Win for Wildlife: A YES Vote for Recovering America’s Wildlife in the House. Will the Senate Step Up?

Thanks to the tens of thousands of you who sent messages, called, and took to social media—the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the historic Recovering America’s Wildlife Act! The flora and fauna of our country are clapping, roaring, and singing their thanks!

This vote gets us one step closer to helping more than 12,000 species across our country. Next, we are counting on the U.S. Senate to vote YES and pass Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.

Will you send an urgent message today to your senator? 

One-third of all U.S. wildlife species are already imperiled or are vulnerable. Habitat loss, climate change, invasive species, disease, and severe weather have all taken a severe toll on birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies, and bees. All types of wildlife are declining—in many cases dramatically.

If we want to save thousands of at-risk species, we must invest in collaborative, on-the-ground solutions that match the magnitude of the wildlife crisis. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act is the bipartisan solution we need.

See the wildlife champions in the U.S. House of Representatives who stepped up and voted YES for the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.

  • Alabama – Terri Sewell
  • Arizona – Greg Stanton
  • Arizona – Raúl Grijalva
  • Arizona – Ruben Gallego
  • Arizona – Ann Kirkpatrick
  • Arkansas – French Hill
  • California – Scott Peters
  • California – Jimmy Panetta
  • California – Katie Porter
  • California – Lucille Roybal-Allard
  • California – Raul Ruiz
  • California – Brad Sherman
  • California – Adam Schiff
  • California – Linda Sánchez
  • California – Jackie Speier
  • California – Eric Swalwell
  • California – Mike Thompson
  • California – Mark Takano
  • California – Norma Torres
  • California – Juan Vargas
  • California – Maxine Waters
  • California – Pete Aguilar
  • California – Karen Bass
  • California – Julia Brownley
  • California – Ami Bera
  • California – Nanette Barragán
  • California – Jim Costa
  • California – Judy Chu
  • California – Tony Cárdenas
  • California – J. Correa
  • California – Salud Carbajal
  • California – Mark DeSaulnier
  • California – Anna Eshoo
  • California – John Garamendi
  • California – Jimmy Gomez
  • California – Jared Huffman
  • California – Josh Harder
  • California – Ro Khanna
  • California – Young Kim
  • California – Zoe Lofgren
  • California – Barbara Lee
  • California – Alan Lowenthal
  • California – Ted Lieu
  • California – Mike Levin
  • California – Doris Matsui
  • California – Jerry McNerney
  • California – Grace Napolitano
  • California – Nancy Pelosi
  • Colorado – Ed Perlmutter
  • Colorado – Jason Crow
  • Colorado – Diana DeGette
  • Colorado – Joe Neguse
  • Connecticut – Joe Courtney
  • Connecticut – Jim Himes
  • Connecticut – Jahana Hayes
  • Delaware – Lisa Blunt Rochester
  • Florida – Maria Salazar
  • Florida – Darren Soto
  • Florida – Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  • Florida – Frederica Wilson
  • Florida – Kathy Castor
  • Florida – Charlie Crist
  • Florida – Ted Deutch
  • Florida – Val Demings
  • Florida – Lois Frankel
  • Florida – Al Lawson
  • Florida – Stephanie Murphy
  • Georgia – David Scott
  • Georgia – Nikema Williams
  • Georgia – Sanford Bishop
  • Georgia – Carolyn Bourdeaux
  • Georgia – Hank Johnson
  • Georgia – Lucy McBath
  • Hawaii – Ed Case
  • Hawaii – Kai Kahele
  • Idaho – Mike Simpson
  • Illinois – Mike Quigley
  • Illinois – Bobby Rush
  • Illinois – Jan Schakowsky
  • Illinois – Brad Schneider
  • Illinois – Lauren Underwood
  • Illinois – Cheri Bustos
  • Illinois – Danny Davis
  • Illinois – Bill Foster
  • Illinois – Jesús García
  • Illinois – Adam Kinzinger
  • Illinois – Robin Kelly
  • Illinois – Raja Krishnamoorthi
  • Illinois – Marie Newman
  • Indiana – André Carson
  • Indiana – Frank Mrvan
  • Iowa – Cynthia Axne
  • Kansas – Sharice Davids
  • Kentucky – John Yarmuth
  • Maine – Chellie Pingree
  • Maine – Jared Golden
  • Maryland – C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger
  • Maryland – Jamie Raskin
  • Maryland – John Sarbanes
  • Maryland – David Trone
  • Maryland – Anthony Brown
  • Maryland – Steny Hoyer
  • Maryland – Kweisi Mfume
  • Massachusetts – Ayanna Pressley
  • Massachusetts – Lori Trahan
  • Massachusetts – Jake Auchincloss
  • Massachusetts – Katherine Clark
  • Massachusetts – Bill Keating
  • Massachusetts – Stephen Lynch
  • Massachusetts – Jim McGovern
  • Massachusetts – Seth Moulton
  • Massachusetts – Richard Neal
  • Michigan – Elissa Slotkin
  • Michigan – Haley Stevens
  • Michigan – Rashida Tlaib
  • Michigan – Fred Upton
  • Michigan – Debbie Dingell
  • Michigan – Dan Kildee
  • Michigan – Brenda Lawrence
  • Michigan – Andy Levin
  • Michigan – Peter Meijer
  • Minnesota – Ilhan Omar
  • Minnesota – Dean Phillips
  • Minnesota – Angie Craig
  • Minnesota – Betty McCollum
  • Mississippi – Bennie Thompson
  • Missouri – Cori Bush
  • Missouri – Emanuel Cleaver
  • Nevada – Dina Titus
  • Nevada – Steven Horsford
  • Nevada – Susie Lee
  • New Hampshire – Chris Pappas
  • New Hampshire – Ann Kuster
  • New Jersey – Frank Pallone
  • New Jersey – Bill Pascrell
  • New Jersey – Donald Payne
  • New Jersey – Albio Sires
  • New Jersey – Mikie Sherrill
  • New Jersey – Bonnie Watson Coleman
  • New Jersey – Josh Gottheimer
  • New Jersey – Andy Kim
  • New Jersey – Tom Malinowski
  • New Jersey – Donald Norcross
  • New Mexico – Teresa Fernandez
  • New York – Kathleen Rice
  • New York – Thomas Suozzi
  • New York – Paul Tonko
  • New York – Ritchie Torres
  • New York – Nydia Velázquez
  • New York – Jamaal Bowman
  • New York – Yvette Clarke
  • New York – Adriano Espaillat
  • New York – Andrew Garbarino
  • New York – Brian Higgins
  • New York – Chris Jacobs
  • New York – Hakeem Jeffries
  • New York – Mondaire Jones
  • New York – John Katko
  • New York – Carolyn Maloney
  • New York – Gregory Meeks
  • New York – Sean Maloney
  • New York – Grace Meng
  • New York – Joe Morelle
  • New York – Jerrold Nadler
  • New York – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • North Carolina – David Price
  • North Carolina – Deborah Ross
  • North Carolina – Alma Adams
  • North Carolina – G. Butterfield
  • North Carolina – Kathy Manning
  • Ohio – Tim Ryan
  • Ohio – Michael Turner
  • Ohio – Joyce Beatty
  • Ohio – Dave Joyce
  • Ohio – Marcy Kaptur
  • Oklahoma – Tom Cole
  • Oregon – Kurt Schrader
  • Oregon – Earl Blumenauer
  • Oregon – Suzanne Bonamici
  • Oregon – Peter DeFazio
  • Pennsylvania – Mary Scanlon
  • Pennsylvania – Susan Wild
  • Pennsylvania – Brendan Boyle
  • Pennsylvania – Matt Cartwright
  • Pennsylvania – Mike Doyle
  • Pennsylvania – Madeleine Dean
  • Pennsylvania – Dwight Evans
  • Pennsylvania – Brian Fitzpatrick
  • Pennsylvania – Chrissy Houlahan
  • Pennsylvania – Conor Lamb
  • Rhode Island – David Cicilline
  • Rhode Island – Jim Langevin
  • South Carolina – James Clyburn
  • Tennessee – Jim Cooper
  • Tennessee – Steve Cohen
  • Texas – Marc Veasey
  • Texas – Colin Allred
  • Texas – Henry Cuellar
  • Texas – Joaquin Castro
  • Texas – Lloyd Doggett
  • Texas – Veronica Escobar
  • Texas – Lizzie Fletcher
  • Texas – Al Green
  • Texas – Vicente Gonzalez
  • Texas – Sylvia Garcia
  • Texas – Sheila Jackson Lee
  • Texas – Eddie Johnson
  • Texas – Michael McCaul
  • Vermont – Peter Welch
  • Virginia – Robert Scott
  • Virginia – Abigail Spanberger
  • Virginia – Jennifer Wexton
  • Virginia – Donald Beyer
  • Virginia – Gerald Connolly
  • Virginia – Elaine Luria
  • Virginia – A. McEachin
  • Washington – Adam Smith
  • Washington – Marilyn Strickland
  • Washington – Kim Schrier
  • Washington – Suzan DelBene
  • Washington – Pramila Jayapal
  • Washington – Derek Kilmer
  • Washington – Rick Larsen
  • West Virginia – David McKinley
  • Wisconsin – Mark Pocan
  • Wisconsin – Ron Kind
  • Wisconsin – Gwen Moore

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Published: June 14, 2022

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