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End the War on Wildlife

The USDA’s Wildlife Services wildlife killing program slaughters  millions of wild animals every year, costing taxpayers tens of millions in federal funds. Wolves, bears, river otters, and prairie dogs are just some of their victims. We’re ready to end this war on wildlife. Join us and ask your congresspeople to defund this out-of-control program.

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Ecosystem Restoration

WildEarth Guardians restoration program began in 1996 with the acquisition of the first New Mexico State Land grazing lease, specifically acquired for habitat and wildlife protection. Now in 2014, we are still going strong with a million trees and native forage planted. Support our restoration work with the purchase of a tree.

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It's Monarch Madness

The monarch migration is one of nature’s most wondrous events.  Millions of monarchs travel from as far north as Canada to gather each winter in a forested mountain range of Michoacan, Mexico. Sadly, without milkweed to eat along the route, the incredible long-distance monarch migration is doomed. Take our Monarch Madness pledge and help the monarchs by planting milkweed this spring.

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25 Stories to Celebrate Our 25th Anniversary

As WildEarth Guardians celebrates our 25th anniversary, on the 25th of this and every month, we intend to honor our past by sharing stories about the special places, rivers and creatures that we fight to protect—by and about the people protecting them. Read this month's story entitled, How "Never Cry Wolf" Made Me a Wolf Advocate

Slider Photo credits: Black bear: Sam Parks. Prairie dogs: Sandy Nervig. Great place for a tree: Maria Arefieva. Gray wolf: Sam Parks. Monarch butterfly: Barbara Hysell/Wikimediacommons. beaver: istock. Fork Oak Creek, UT: Kevin Mueller/WildEarth Guardians. Bear: Ray Rafiti. Thumbprint photos - Coyote: Ray Rafiti. Rito Penas restoration: WildEarth Guardians. Monarch butterfly: Mark Ellis/Flickr. Mexican wolf: Wolf Conservation Center.

 

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