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20,000 Americans to Trump Administration: Keep Common-Sense Methane Restrictions in Place for Pronghorns

Methane is a climate-disrupting “super-pollutant” and a potent greenhouse gas. Under the Obama Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency set regulations to limit the amount of methane that was to be …

What this Government Shutdown Means for Wildlife

Disagreements between Congress and the White House have partially shut down the federal government just before the end of the year. What does this mean for conservation? We don’t yet …

The Top 5 Viral Wildlife Videos of 2018

Sometimes wildlife gets pretty, well…wild! And when people are in the right place at the right time to record it, we often end up with some pretty incredible videos. When …

Thankful for Wildlife: 2018 in Review

This year has been busy for the conservation community. We’re thankful to have you, our members, with us as we continue to fight for stronger protections for wildlife and their …

Climate Change is Having a Big Impact on Small Mammals

Clean Water Act Turns 46 – Let’s Keep It Strong

Blazing the Path to Real Climate Solutions: YES on WA…

Swimming with Salmon, Splashing with Beavers

Preparing for our beaver pond vigil, Professor Phil Brick expressed some doubt that a group of nearly two dozen lively and excited college students would be able to sit silently …

How Do You Protect 2 Million Acres of Wild Lands?

Think about a park, forest, hiking trail, or wild lands you visit to experience and enjoy wildlife. It could be a big place like California’s Kings Canyon National Park, the …

Safeguarding Summer: Climate Threats to Your Summer

With each passing summer, more of our summertime activities are affected by climate change. Some of these changes are direct connections like hotter summers contributing to droughts and wildfires or …

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