Defenders of Wildlife has been protecting wildlife for more than 60 years, and we've got plenty of success stories to prove it. Below are some of our most recent wins for wildlife.
April 2015 - California adopts final rules for eliminating lead hunting ammunition to protect wildlife and health.
April 2015 - In less than 40 years, this population of sea turtles has gone from nearly vanishing to laying thousands of successful nests on our beaches every year.
December 2014 - After years of advocacy and court battles, the red knot is finally being granted the level of protection it so desperately needs.
November 2014 - In response to a lawsuit brought by Defenders and our conservation allies, the federal government has agreed to expand critical habitat for the world's most endangered whales.
November 2014 - More than 100 wild bison were brought to Fort Peck Indian Reservation, adding to this historic conservation herd.
November 2014 - Working with local advocates and conservation allies, Defenders' Florida staff helped protect critical habitat for imperiled wildlife from a construction project.
November 2014 - A new agreement includes significant steps to protect red wolves from accidental shootings, their leading cause of death.
October 2014 - The Wood River Wolf Project completed its seventh successful year using nonlethal tools to protect both livestock and wolves in Idaho.
September 2014 - Federal protections for gray wolves in Wyoming were reinstated after a judge invalidated the delisting of the species.
September 2014 - The City Council of Ketchum in Blaine County unanimously passed a resolution requesting that the State of Idaho use nonlethal tools to manage wolf and livestock conflicts in Blaine County.