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Old-growth Douglas fir in Oregon.

A Crucial Law Protects Our Most Wild Old-Growth Forest

Oregon’s Coast Range is home to what many consider the single most remote wilderness in the entire state. Located about eight miles within the dense old-growth forest which runs south …

orca

Can We All Agree? A Baby Orca Needs to Eat

Whoop whoop! It’s a headline we’ve all been hoping for: New calf spotted among Puget Sound’s critically endangered killer whales. Along with the story is the photo of our unexpected …

bald eagle and chicks

Tell Your Members of Congress to be Wildlife Champions this Year!

With a new Congress comes a renewed chance to save America’s vulnerable wildlife and stop the destruction of our wild public lands, healthy waterways and a stable climate. Tell your …

elk

Are these elk, moose or caribou?

Elk, moose and caribou make for great winter wildlife watching, but it’s tricky to know which is which. Here are six ways to tell the difference between these three species: …

hawksbill sea turtle

Protect Sea Turtles and Other Multinational Species: Support the WILD…

red-winged blackbird

For the Future of Denver’s Parks, Natural Areas and Wildlife…

Osprey

Protect Osprey from Mining Pollution, Vote Yes on I-186

Loggerhead sea turtle

Cast a Vote for Sea Turtles

We’re urging friends of wildlife in Florida to vote for sea turtles and all marine wildlife by checking YES for Amendment 9 at the ballot box to ban offshore drilling …

American avocet

Will Migratory Birds Win at the Polls in the Golden State?

With their long, upturned bills and striking coloration, avocets are a striking migratory bird that depend on the Golden State’s wetlands. However, pollution and contaminants in California waterways dampen successful …

Make the Right Choice for Birds, Bass and Butterflies

From golden-winged warblers to Chatahoochee bass to monarch butterflies, Georgia’s wildlife depend on protected and abundant forests, waterways and parks to survive and flourish. By voting YES for Amendment 1 …

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