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.
Teachers' guide to our activity book with information and games to teach kids about how they can help protect wildlife from cars and other highway dangers.
In January of 2008, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game published several documents regarding its predator control programs. This paper is a review of these materials.
Arizonans overwhelmingly support having Mexican gray wolves back in the wilds of their state, with 77% of respondents supporting the reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves into public lands in Arizona and New Mexico, according to a new poll.
New Mexico voters overwhelmingly support having Mexican gray wolves back in the wilds of their state, with 69% of respondents supporting the reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves into public lands in New Mexico and Arizona, according to a new poll.
A list of all the known cosponsors of the Protect America's Wildlife (PAW) Act, H.R. 3663. Updated regularly.
Defenders, together with a number of other groups, comments on Idaho's 2008 proposed wolf hunting plan.
Reducing the Impact of Global Warming on Wildlife: The Science, Management and Policy Challenges Ahead »
This report is a synthesis of Innovations in Wildlife Conservation: Reducing the Impact of Global Warming on Wildlife, a national symposium hosted by Defenders of Wildlife in 2007.
Lawsuit complaint in case to bring Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program back to control of FWS and end indiscriminate removal of wolves from the wild.
Alaska Superior Court granted Defenders' Motion for Reconsideration on the application of sustained yield to the predator control programs. The court also granted the State's Motion for Reconsideration on the two programs the Board of Game changed on March 21.
Defenders of Wildlife condemns a move by Alaska state legislators who passed House Bill 256, a bill that is intended by the governor and sponsoring legislators to deny Alaskans a vote on aerial hunting later in 2008.