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.
Report on how climate change should affect CITES listing and decision-making.
The Fiscal Cliff could be devastating for America's National Wildlife Refuge System, forcing cutbacks to conservation work, slashing recreational opportunities, and depriving local communities of a major revenue stream. This report warns of the top 10 impacts that national wildlife refuges could face unless Congress agrees on a plan to abandon Sequestration.
Congress has a chance to pass a 5-year Farm Bill now, by making smart changes to current proposals that maintain conservation funding, strengthen commitments to protect wetlands, grasslands and soil in exchange for insurance subsidies and preserve native prairie. We and 15 other conservation groups from across the conservation spectrum urge Congress to take action before the new year.
Legal challenge to protect Wyoming wolves (Defenders v. Salazar)
Investment in Florida’s wild assets, which include important conservation areas, 160 state parks and a vast coastline with more than 100 miles of public beaches, has added up to a valuable network of protected lands. These natural attractions provide residents and visitors with unique scenic beauty and outstanding recreational opportunities and help make Florida the top destination for family vacations in the country and for tourists from around the world.
The Application of Ecosystem Service Markets to the Conservation of Red Wolf Habitat in North Carolina »
Our newest report explores how payments for ecosystem services like carbon sequestration can help establish forest habitat for red wolves in North Carolina.
Defenders of Wildlife’s 2013-2023 strategic plan articulates a common purpose and direction for the organization. Grounded in the conviction that our wildlife conservation mission is urgent and important, the plan provides a framework for setting goals and allocating resources across Defenders.
Impacts of Sea-Level Rise on National Wildlife Refuges: Considerations for Land Protection Priorities »
We use SLAMM modeling to estimate the likely impacts of sea level rise on eight coastal National Wildlife Refuges, focusing on both land already part of the refuges and lands that have been targeted for acquisition. We provide recommendations on how the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service can maximize the value of their conservation investments in light of sea-level rise.
A six-page "executive summary" of the impacts of sea level rise on National Wildlife Refuge land protection priorities.
FY 2013 Testimony on Wildlife Funding by Mary Beth Beetham