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Defenders of Wildlife hereby petitions the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list a distinct population segment of gray wolves as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) (16 U.S.C. § 1533) and the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. § 553). The DPS is defined in Section III but generally represents the Southern Rocky Mountains.
Burrowing owls, once found in open, dry grasslands from southern Canada to the Great Plains and as far south as South America, have disappeared from much of their historic range.
This evaluation report was prepared in response to a petition received by the Fish and Game Commission on April 8, 2003, from the Center for Biological Diversity, along with the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society, Defenders of Wildlife, San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society, California State Park Rangers Association, and the Tri-County Conservation League, seeking action to list the Western Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia hypugaea) as a threatened or endangered species under the California Endangered Species Act.
Presentation from 2006 Living Lands Rally
Defenders' ground-breaking study shows that the FDA and EPA's light canned tuna recommendations do not adequately protect the American public from high levels of mercury.
Defenders' ground-breaking study shows that the FDA and EPA's light canned tuna recommendations do not adequately protect the American public from high levels of mercury.
Guidelines from the Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy on how to develop a management plan.
Ever wonder how much a preserve sign costs? This sample cost sheet by the Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy will help guide you through some cost estimates.
The City of Ann Arbor’s (MI) Natural Area Preservation Division established guidelines on how and who may apply herbicide in their natural areas. This is a good example for other land trusts in their restoration efforts.

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