Feb. 8, 2013
Hope and progress for the wolverine!
Population counts are in — Lobos need a "genetic rescue"!
The annual population count is in for wild Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico. While the numbers are up, their future remains uncertain. For this population to thrive, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service needs to take immediate action to help this imperiled species.
Promising Comeback for the American Wood Stork
Over the past 20 years the American wood stork has inched its way closer to recovery. Now this species might have finally caught a break.
Senate Passes Sandy Supplement: Restoring Communities and Natural Infrastructure
Restoration is finally a reality for those affected by superstorm Sandy. The Senate passed the $50 billion supplemental bill; a historic action that recognizes that rebuilding our natural landscapes is just as important as rebuilding our homes.
Speaking out on behalf of Wolves
With a recent slew of state and agency meetings in Idaho and Washington, our amazing wolf advocates rose to the occasion — speaking out against poor wolf management practices by testifying, questioning and learning about key issues that affect the future of wolves in their region.
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