Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
9/2001 Comments on Permits to Capture Northern Sea Otters in Alaska for Display in Japanese Aquaria »
How do low prices and overproduction feed into each other and drive other problems in rural America?
Farm policy solutions to the problems identified in the Rural Crisis Matrix
Testimony by Kenneth R. Whitten, retired research biologist, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, on caribou and oil development on the North Slope.
Testimony by Jack Lentfer, retired polar bear biologist, USFWS, on polar bears and oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Petition to list a designated population segment of gray wolves (16 U.S.C. § 1533 and 5 U.S.C. § 553) generally recognized as Northern California/Southwestern Oregon
A now-missing predator was regarded highly by California's original human inhabitants
In a "virtual conference" Defenders asked family farm leaders around the country how to improve agriculture policy
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.