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A Pathway to Help Wildlife Move in a Changing World

Wildlife move both daily and seasonally to survive. However, the habitats animals rely on continue to be fragmented by housing, roads, fences, energy facilities, and other man-made barriers. As a …

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 …

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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: …

Wildlife Has a Lot to Gain from this Year’s International Climate Negotiations

It’s that time of year again when diplomats and climate policy makers from almost 200 countries will congregate for the annual Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework …

A Win for Wildlife: A New & Improved Sustainability Standard…

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

Gratitude for Gulf Restoration

Offshore Wind Power: A Clean Energy Victory for Wildlife!

Virginia to Build the First Two Offshore Wind Turbines in Federal Waters For years, states along the Atlantic Coast have been striving to get offshore wind turbines built in federal …

Continuing the Conservation Conversation

Red Wolf Recovery in the Past and Present Conservation of the critically endangered canid, Canis rufus – otherwise known as the red wolf – began almost two decades ago.  However, …

Redefining Sustainable Palm Oil: Safeguarding Orangutan Habitat

Palm oil is the world’s most widely used vegetable oil – a key ingredient in everything from chocolate to shampoo. It is pressed from the fruit and seeds of the …

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