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.


Letter signed by House of Representatives members urging increased funding for the US Fish and Wildlife Service's endangered species program in FY09.
Defenders' analysis of the harmful impacts on wildlife of the President's FY2009 budget proposal.
A brief initial analysis of the President's FY2009 budget proposal
The Green Budget is a yearly recommendation, developed by the environmental community, for priority funding to support our nation's most important environment and natural resource protection programs.
For this whitepaper, peer-reviewed literature, technical books, and key reports were scrutinized in order to detect any evidence for a differential ability between public and public lands to protect imperiled species in the United States.
Top 10 tips on how to avoid wildlife-vehicle collisions
Poster celebrating Wolf Awareness Week 2007, featuring painting entitled, Red Wolf Refuge, by Elise M. Hammond
A brief publication on the past, present and future of wolves in America.
Case Study 14: To restore and conserve over 1,000 acres at the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers, return agricultural land to forests, grasslands and wetlands, and provide native vegetation for fish and wildlife habitat.
Case Study 13: The Columbia Land Trust is working to restore oak woodlands on two properties: a "mosaic" thinning project on a 580-acre property and one to reduce conifer encroachment on a 300-acre property.