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.
Testimony by Defenders of Wildlife's Tom Banks before the Alaska State Legislature House Resources Committee regarding Active Game Management / Airborne Hunting in House Bill 256.
Introduced in the final days of the 2007 legislative session and at Governor Palin's request, House Bill 256 would further erode the state's Intensive Management law by eliminating the few remaining standards governing predator control.
Defenders of Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to submit these written comments on proposals that will be considered at the January 2008 meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
Testimonials from Alaskan hunters against aerial hunting of wolves.
Proposed Montana wolf hunting regulations from the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission.
November 2007 request for action from more than 40 conservationists, educators, scientists, and state and federal agency representatives have worked together for 3 years to identify the actions needed to mitigate the impacts of border security operations.
Gray wolf management plan from the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission.
Senator Lieberman joined 25 Senate colleagues in introducing legislation that would designate the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as Wilderness. Wilderness designation would permanently protect the Refuge, placing it off limits to oil and gas development while continuing to allow vital subsistence uses.
This bibliography synthesizes selected literature relevant to scaling both theoretical and practical applications of compensation programs in the context of wildlife conservation, economics, and public policy.