Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
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We appreciate this opportunity to comment on and provide additional information pertaining to the proposed changes to the regulations governing prairie dog shooting seasons in Colorado. Forest Guardians, Defenders of Wildlife, Prairie Preservation Alliance, Center for Native Ecosystems, and Sinapu, representing over 25,000 Colorado members, request that these comments be considered by the Wildlife Commission (the Commission) and be entered into the public record.
Black-tailed Prairie Dog Management Project Proposal for the Dakota Prairie Grasslands, McKenzie Ranger District »
2006 10th Circuit Appellees response brief in the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow legal case
This 2006 report is a blueprint for restoration and recovery of grizzlies in the lower 48 states. Recovery of this important species represents a major step in restoring ecological imbalances and repairing errors in public policy.
Pawnee National Grassland Comments on intent to prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA) regarding prairie dog conservation and management »
We agree that the current Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) should be amended to improve prairie dog conservation and management across the Pawnee Grassland. We appreciate the opportunity to participate in the process of developing prairie dog management strategies.
Reintroduction of the Mexican Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) to the Southwestern United States: An Economic Perspective »
The paper provides a comprehensive assessment of the economic benefits and costs associated with the reintroduction in 1998 of Mexican gray wolves to Arizona and New Mexico. Among other things, the paper applies observed and stated willingness to pay approaches to generate estimates of the value that local and out-of-area residents assign to wolf reintroduction.