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.


In 1998, as wolves were successfully resettling in the northern Rockies, Defenders introduced a proactive conservation program to focus solely on conflict prevention. We have worked closely with ranchers; federal, state and tribal agency biologists and resource managers; researchers; and community and conservation groups to develop, field-test,promote, implement and share the costs of nonlethal wolf deterrents and best management practices for livestock in wolf country.
Climate changes are projected to cause considerable stress to the wildlife of the Northwest region and to the habitats upon which they depend.
One of five state studies, this report describes and analyzes land conservation expenditures in the State of Oregon for the 1988-2007 time period.
This report, referred to as the Green Budget, highlights the environmental communities' Fiscal Year 2011 national funding priorities.
Fact sheet with information about Sea Otter Awareness Week, it's origins, resources, and types of activities and events.
Fact sheet about Sea Otters.
Southern Sea Otter Fact Sheet
Key principles for the siting of renewable energy on public lands.
April 2009 petition sent to the FCC, calling for them to adopt new rules to comply with NEPA, ESA and MBTA to address the impacts from communication towers on migratory birds. Submitted by the American Bird Conservancy, Defenders of Wildlife and the National Audubon Society.
The CARE coalition's fact sheet on FY 2010 needs for National Wildlife Refuges