To save what is left of the best fish and wildlife habitat in the Tongass, we need strong protections like the Roadless Rule.
Posts Categorized: Alaska
Citizen Science Boosts Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Conservation Happy Citizen Science Day! In celebration of tomorrow’s annual event celebrating citizen science, also known as community science, we’re taking a moment to appreciate the dedicated volunteers who work with Defenders gather data that helps save species. Alaska Director Karla Dutton is partnering with dozens of organizations… Read more »
America’s Last Frontier is under siege and the administration and like-minded members of Congress push to cash in on Alaska putting wildlife and wild places in peril.
Known as “America’s Rainforest,” the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska, is home to a stunning array of plant life and wildlife and it is in serious jeopardy.
New rule from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps protect carnivores from aggressive hunting on national wildlife refuges in Alaska