Current Action Alerts

When you call or send messages to elected and regulatory officials, you can make a real difference for wildlife. Please check below to see where we need your help the most now.

California Red-legged Frog, © Pierre Fidenci
Despite their crucial importance to both wildlife and human communities, wetlands continue to be lost at an alarming rate in California. Urge the board to adopt the strongest possible policy to preserve California's last remaining wetlands.
Mexican gray wolf (captive), © Wolf Conservation Center
Right now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is considering a draft recovery plan that would drastically hinder the recovery of Mexican gray wolves, or lobos, in the wild and could lead to their ultimate demise.
sea turtle seal marine monument
Another attempt to undermine protections for our oceans and appease the fossil fuel industry is underway and we must put a stop to it before these vital marine habitats are spoiled forever!
arctic fox
Tell your members of Congress to reject any attempt to use the budget process to open up the Arctic Refuge to oil and gas drilling and recklessly endanger this critically important habitat.
Whitetip Shark
Shark finning is a brutal practice that involves hacking the fins off live sharks and dumping them back into the sea to die. As many as 73 million sharks are finned every year. These slow-growing, slow-reproducing animals simply cannot reproduce fast enough to keep up with the slaughter.
Mexican gray wolf, © California Wolf Center
The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is in the fight of its life. Congress is determined to rewrite this landmark piece of legislation that protects threatened and endangered species on the brink of extinction. Without the ESA, it is estimated that 227 species would now be extinct.
polar bears, © Daniel Hatch
It's called "A New Foundation for American Greatness," but contrary to its title, the proposed budget released by President Trump seeks to dismantle protections and programs for the conservation of our lands, water and wildlife.
Since taking office in January, the Trump administration and Congress have made no secret of their anti-environment agenda. The need to protect our nation's wildlife has never been more urgent.
After years of inaction, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has finally proposed a jaguar recovery plan. While the proposed plan signals a step in the right direction, it is far from what the jaguar will need to make a recovery in the U.S.
Mexican gray wolf (captive), © Wolf Conservation Center
A look at how the border wall will alter the landscape that hundreds of species rely on for survival.