Defenders of Wildlife contributed to the $10,000 dollars in reward money that was offered for any information regarding the killing of a federally protected wolf in Oregon on September 30, 2010.
Posts Categorized: West Coast
There was a lot of action last week out in the Northern Rockies with some good news and some bad news for the endangered gray wolf.
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Defenders of Wildlife participates in the internationally celebrated 8th annual Sea Otter Awareness Week. California Marine Program Associate, Jim Curland, attended a beach clean-up at Goleta Beach in Santa Barbara to kick off the week and Defenders of Wildlife then hosted a beach screening of the environmental film, The 11th Hour.
Sure, sea otters are cute and fuzzy, but these charismatic marine mammals are also the key to helping near shore waters stay healthy and full of life.