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Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.

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This 2006 report is a blueprint for restoration and recovery of grizzlies in the lower 48 states. Recovery of this important species represents a major step in restoring ecological imbalances and repairing errors in public policy.
We agree that the current Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) should be amended to improve prairie dog conservation and management across the Pawnee Grassland. We appreciate the opportunity to participate in the process of developing prairie dog management strategies.
Comments from Defenders' staff member, Suzanne Asha Stone, to the Director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game on proposed wolf control in Idaho.
Our second annual list of the 10 most endangered National Wildlife Refuges, highlighting the challenges the refuges face while also offering viable solutions to ensure that they will survive in the centuries to come.
Report based on "The Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change"
Under the Endangered Species Act, the US Fish and Wildlife Service must determine the economic impacts of designating critical habitat for the recovery of a listed species. The Conservation Economics Program has developed a state-of-the-art method for identifying and estimating all economic impacts, including benefits, of designating critical habitat. The Canadian Lynx serves as a case study with research focused in representative areas of Montana and Maine.
A landowners guide for restoring oak woodlands, wetlands, prairies and bottomland hardwood and riparian forests in the Pacific Northwest. One of the Biodiversity Partnership's most popular reports! Written by Bruce Campbell. Published in 2004.
Case studies of Willamette Valley, Oregon landowners with widely varying perspectives who describe their individual forays into the world of government incentive programs.
This beautiful report features photographs and descriptions of endangered habitats in Oregon's Willamette Basin. Includes a full-sized map of conservation priority areas. Written by Elizabeth Grossman and illustrated by Manda Beckett. Published in 2004.

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