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.
New Mexico District Court decision in Rio Grande Silvery Minnow legal case
In early February, 2002, a radio-collared female gray wolf found her way from northwestern Montana to Washington's northeastern "Forgotten Corner" in Pend Oreille County.
In April 2001, Defenders of Wildlife commissioned a study on the feasibility of developing a biodiversity strategy project in Washington. The study triggered the introduction of a bill in Washington calling for the development of a state biodiversity strategy. Read the study, written by Joe La Tourette and B. Wayne Luscombe, Ph. D.
Numerous examples abound of landowner incentive programs making a difference on the ground.
Companion to the publication Conservation in America by Sue George, published in 2002, this report contains a breakdown of the different types of state government incentives, examples of successful programs, recommendations, and profiles of the conservation incentives in each of the 50 states.
This report compiles information about conservation incentives offered by state governments to private landowners. Includes examples of successful programs, recommendations and profiles.
Facts about the impacts of oil drilling on caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Facts about the impacts of oil drilling on polar bears in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Facts about the impacts of oil drilling on fish in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Facts about the impacts of oil drilling on marine mammals in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.