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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.
Detailed chapter on gray wolves.
A 4-page fact brochure on the impacts of off-road vehicles (ORVs) and road density on wildlife and habitat in Florida's public lands
Burrowing owls have declined precipitously in California in the last two decades - breeding owls have been eliminated from at least 8-10% of their former range in the state and are trending toward extinction in another 25%.
Documents the important contributions national wildlife refuges have made in endangered species conservation
Land use planning can determine how, or even if, the country's urban areas expand, how they affect the surrounding landscape, and health of our environment. The workshop discussion captured in this report indicates that biodiversity conservation and large-scale conservation plans can be effectively incorporated into the land use planning process.
USFWS criteria for how to classify wolf, bear, or mountain lion depredation incidents
Presented by the Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Forestry.
Proceedings from a 2002 workshop sponsored by Defenders of Wildlife and the Institute for Environmental Research and Education which examined strategies for measuring biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.
Background materials from a 2002 workshop sponsored by Defenders of Wildlife and the Institute for Environmental Research and Education which examined strategies for measuring biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.