National forests are public lands that belong to all Americans. We use them for everything from habitat conservation for wildlife, to hiking, biking, mining, logging, and yes, Christmas tree harvesting.
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“With the Mexican wolf on the edge of extinction, every effort must be made to keep wolves in the wild and bolster the population,” Eva Sargent, Defenders Southwest program director says.
The Obama administration is making a historic shift to powering our nation with clean, renewable energy. To do this right, we need to design environmentally sound projects…
Jaguars once widely roamed from South America across the Southwest to Texas. But habitat loss, population growth and over hunting have taken a heavy toll on these spotted felines.
Vampires and werewolves may make your skin crawl, but few fanged fiends can raise neck hairs as swiftly as a snake. From Discovery’s Animal Planet to MSNBC.com, these slithery reptiles have scaled their way up many “top 10 most frightening animals” list. But do they really deserve the bad rap?