With an estimated 120 to 230 adults remaining in the wild in south Florida, Florida panthers are one of the most endangered mammals in the country. Defenders of Wildlife’s efforts to help the Florida panther survive started four decades ago when we lobbied for the species’ inclusion under the federal Endangered Species Act. We have… Read more »
Posts Tagged: coexistence
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 Wolf Awareness Week, we are taking a look at the path forward for wolves in the wild.
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As grizzly bears continue to recover and expand into new territory, the need for communities to learn how to coexistence with these animals is more important than ever.