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Griz Fencing Program

In response to rising conflicts between grizzly bears and people, Defenders started a grizzly bear electric fence incentive program in 2010. Through this program, we’re helping residents in grizzly bear country protect items like garbage, chicken coops, beehives or fruit trees that might otherwise “lure” bears into trouble. 
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Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction Media Library

B-roll of 1995 and 1996 wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone and Idaho
All b-roll clips are available for use by media. (Right-click to download)

Photos 1995 wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone

Photos of gray wolves in Yellowstone
Files titled with photographer's name. Please credit and link to Creative Commons license if an asterisk is by the name.


Reporter B-roll Package: 2014 Yellowstone Bison Relocation at Fort Peck Indian Reservation

Defenders of Wildlife was on site to film the bison release. All b-roll clips are available for use by media. (Right-click to download)

Renewable Energy

California Drought

Places for Wolves

Mexican Gray Wolves

Dunes Sagebrush Lizard

Endangered Species Act


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O&C Lands


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