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.


Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: What does The New York Times have in common with The Idaho Statesman? They both don’t want to see the Bush administration gut the Endangered Species Act. Read the headlines from editorials across the country.
A 4-page fact sheet about faster, cheaper, and better solutions to high energy prices.
Answers to frequently asked questions about energy.
There are over 5600 offshore oil and gas platforms in the United States and over 27,000 miles of pipelines in the areas of the Gulf of Mexico already open to drilling. These major industrial facilities have tremendous impacts on the ocean floor, water and air quality, and fragile marine ecosystems.
The answers to the most common questions about sea otters.
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.
Fact sheet about how we can address high gas prices without drilling in places like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Your Lands, Your Wildlife Campaign Overview
Statistics showing the outdoor recreation industry's impact on the economy
Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: Last year, the world's top five oil companies made more than $120 billion in profits. Don't buy Big Oil's lies. Don't give away our children’s future and let Big Oil get fat at our expense.