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.
No Place for Nature: The Limits of Oregon's Land Use Program in Protecting Fish and Wildlife in the Willamette Valley »
This report explores the role of Oregon's land use planning system in protecting habitat for native fish and wildlife, with focus on the Willamette Valley, where Oregon's growth pressures are strongest.
A CARE coalition report on the national wildlife refuge system funding crisis profiling 12 refuges
Environmental coalition letter on the Southern Sea Otter Management Zone and Translocation Program with the purpose of filing a notice of intent to sue.
USFWS brochure about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Discusses species survival plans
Report from the Population and Habitat Viability Analysis Workshop in August 2000
As of November 1999, thirty-six states out of fifty have forest land management laws regulating all aspects of forest and timber resources and products derived from these resources.
The City of Ann Arbor’s (MI) Natural Area Preservation Division’s stewardship plan for the Bird Hills Nature Area. This plan details biotic communities as well as wildlife. It also reviews the conservation goals and strategies for the property.
he City of Ann Arbor’s (MI) Natural Area Preservation Division’s management plan for the Bird Hills Nature Area. This plan describes management objectives, strategies, outlines the schedule and prioritizes actions.