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.
Details about the process to request compensation for predation of livestock by wolves in the Southwestern United States.
Letter to Department of the Interior Secretary Salazar from Defenders of Wildlife Center for Biological Diversity , Clean Water Action, Conservation Northwest, Friends of the Clearwater, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Hells Canyon Preservation Council, Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Keystone Conservation, National Parks Conservation Association, Natural Resources Defense Council , Oregon Wild Selkirk Conservation Alliance, Sierra Club , Western Wildlife Conservancy , Western Watersheds, Wilderness Watch , Wolf Education & Research Center , Wolf Haven International, Wolf Recovery Foundation , Wolftown
Letter by Rodger Schlickeisen to Department of the Internior Secretary Salazar
Carnivore Conservation in a Changing World: Call for Conference Proposals.
A comprehensive guide that outlines a wide range of nonlethal methods that are working to reduce livestock losses to wolves.
Paper discussing the social and ecological benefits associated with restored wolf populations
Map shows payments to Southwest ranchers through the Bailey Wildlife Foundation Wolf Compensation Trust.
Map shows payments to ranchers in the northern Continental Divide Ecosystem through the Bailey Wildlife Foundation Grizzly Compensation Trust.
Map shows payments to ranchers in the tri-state region (ID, MT, WY) through the Bailey Wildlife Foundation Grizzly Compensation Trust.
Map showing payments to ranchers in the northern Rockies from Bailey Wildlife Foundation Wolf Compensation Trust.