The Trump administration will stop at nothing to build its destructive border wall, even if it means destroying our national wildlife refuges and critical wildlife habitat.
Posts By: Bryan Bird
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing recovery plan that would shortchange Mexican gray wolf recovery and could undo progress made thus far to restore lobos to the Southwest.
The impacts of this border wall on wildlife, landscapes, and the environment are substantial.
Midnight hikes through the wilderness may help answer important questions about how Mexican spotted owls are recovering.
Our public lands – refuges, forests, parks and more – provide us with so much. They serve as strongholds for wildlife, help protect sources of clean drinking water, and provide all kinds of opportunities for having fun in the great outdoors.