Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
Use the dropdown boxes below to find publications related to specific animals, conservation issues, and regions.
Seven steps our next President should take to restore and advance conservation of our Nation's wildlife and habitat.
Implications of Climate Change for Conservation, Restoration and Management of National Forest Lands »
This paper summarizes key scientific literature on climate change and forests, focusing on policy and management options for the future.
Testimony of Defenders of Wildlife's Vice President for Land Conservation, Noah Matson, before the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife concerning the state of the National Wildlife Refuge System and the results of two new independent reports evaluating the effectiveness of the Refuge System and recent budget trends.
Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: For more than 30 years, the Endangered Species Act has protected wildlife at the brink of extinction -- from our national symbol, the bald eagle, to grizzlies, wolves and California condors. But now the Bush administration is making a last ditch effort to undermine the act.
Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: What does The New York Times have in common with The Idaho Statesman? They both don’t want to see the Bush administration gut the Endangered Species Act. Read the headlines from editorials across the country.
A 4-page fact sheet about faster, cheaper, and better solutions to high energy prices.
Answers to frequently asked questions about energy.
There are over 5600 offshore oil and gas platforms in the United States and over 27,000 miles of pipelines in the areas of the Gulf of Mexico already open to drilling. These major industrial facilities have tremendous impacts on the ocean floor, water and air quality, and fragile marine ecosystems.
Get the facts about wolverines and their need for unbroken public wildlands.
Get the facts on mule deer and the threats facing them on public lands.