Grizzly bears were once numerous, ranging across North America from California to the Great Plains, and from Mexico all the way up into Alaska. As with many species, westward expansion, human transformation of the landscape, and fear led to near-eradication of grizzly bears in the continental United States. When the grizzly bear was listed under… Read more »
I’ve spent my career — actually most of my life — advocating for and practicing wildlife conservation. In that time, I’ve seen remarkable progress. We still have a long way to go, but one of the highlights of my journey has been watching the evolution of human-wildlife coexistence. Too many species were completely eradicated or pushed to the brink… Read more »
This year has certainly been a whirlwind one for wildlife conservation. We’ve had our hands full fighting threats to wildlife, habitat, landmark conservation laws, and climate policies. But we’ve had a major positive impact, and we wanted to highlight 18 of our biggest accomplishments this year! 1. We achieved a crucial legal victory this fall… Read more »
No matter what order you rank some of the scariest stories of all time, there’s a new horror show in town…
The Trump administration has no shame — or respect for the law — when it comes to our border.
To save what is left of the best fish and wildlife habitat in the Tongass, we need strong protections like the Roadless Rule.