The future is worrisome for the red-cockaded woodpecker because of its fondness for disappearing pine trees in the Southeast. However, there is hope thanks to a collaborative effort of conservation organizations and the U.S. government.
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Defenders’ CEO Jamie Rappaport Clark returns to the Vermillion Cliffs of AZ to observe the progress of the condor recovery program that she worked on while at the US Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1990’s.
The National Wildlife Refuge System is the only system of federal lands in the U.S. dedicated primarily to conserving wildlife and their habitats. But what happens when Congress doesn’t give our refuges the funding they need?
Defenders of Wildlife and 20 other organizations that make up the Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement (CARE) released a report this week that sheds light on that very question.
Don’t let January’s chill stop you from having a wildlife adventure outdoors. It’s a great time of year to see birds, and you never know what you may find.