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A few minutes of your time can make a lifetime of difference for wildlife in jeopardy. Taking action means you’re ensuring decision-makers hear your call for solutions to protect and restore our natural world. Every voice counts—and together, our unified voice sends a powerful message. Join us in taking action for wildlife today.
Say NO to Stopping the Enforcement of Laws that Protect Public Health and the Environment

The Environmental Protection Agency, the federal agency tasked with protecting our public health and the environment, has given many industries a green light to pollute our air, land and water—the agency will not issue fines for violations of certain water, air, and hazardous-waste-reporting requirements.

Add Your Name for Monarch Butterflies

A primary cause of monarch decline is habitat loss. Monarchs need blooming native wildflowers, trees and shrubs which provide nectar for the adult butterflies to feed upon, as well as native milkweed plants that are the sole food source for monarch caterpillars.

Please join us in endorsing and fully supporting roadside habitat programs that will help monarch butterflies survive.

Speak Out for Young Elk and Wildlife Crossings

Roadways and highways fragment habitats for wildlife like mule deer—cutting them off from crucial habitat and making them more vulnerable to being struck and killed in vehicle collisions. Luckily, bridges, culverts, tunnels, fencing, and related wildlife crossings can help wildlife move safely across roads. Call on your Representative to support wildlife crossings.

Petition: Count Me In for Wildlife

The Census allows us to understand our demographics, have fair representation in Congress, and allocate funds to communities based on population size. Funding for environmental programs, like State Wildlife Grants and Wildlife Restoration programs, is also at stake. With less funding, conservationists have less tools to combat these threats. We support wildlife and environmental programs, and other critical community services, that are influenced by data from the 2020 Census.

This Bill Saves Wildlife in Crisis. Urge Congress to Support It

Up to one-third of America’s fish and wildlife species are at risk or in decline, with thousands of species losing ground quickly. Tell your representative in Congress to save America’s vulnerable wildlife by supporting the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.

Protect Bee Habitat from Harmful Herbicide

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is permitting the use of a potent herbicide that is known to vaporize and move off-site without first assessing its impact on native trees and other plants and the native bees and birds they shelter and feed.

Take Action for Great Blue Heron and Clean Water

From resolutions in Congress and the Environmental Protection Agency to nullify the wildlife-friendly Clean Water Rule, to decisions by state leaders allowing the release of toxic wastewater into rivers, to agencies failing to protect watersheds from contaminated run-off—clean water and healthy habitat has never been at greater risk!

Protect Snowy Egrets from Preventable Death

Protections that minimized industrial hazards to protect migratory bird species from avoidable harm have been rolled back. With millions of birds now at risk: Please ask your Member of Congress to reaffirm longstanding protections for migratory birds by supporting the Migratory Bird Protection Act.

Save Songbirds from Climate Change

Climate change is causing the timing of seasons to shift. Combined with the worldwide collapse of insect populations, this could spell disaster for many songbird species. The situation is dire, but you can help!

10 Years After the Worst Marine Oil Spill in History, Wildlife Still Need Help

Ten years ago, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill—the largest in U.S. history—devastated wildlife along the Gulf coast. The spill has pushed species like the Bryde’s whale closer to extinction. Tell the Department of Interior to protect the Gulf and its wildlife by reinstating robust drilling safety and accountability measures!

Support a Clean Energy Future: Speak Up for Ringed Seals

Sea ice in the Arctic is melting due to heavy carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels, threatening wildlife like the ringed seal that depend on the ice for food and shelter.

Protect Piping Plovers: Support Climate-Smart Infrastructure

Investment in our nation’s infrastructure is long overdue – including restoration of our “natural infrastructure” like coastal dunes, which provide wildlife habitat and buffer coastal communities from storm surge and sea level rise. Wildlife need our leaders to invest in natural and other climate-smart infrastructure.

Save Forest Elephants, Stop Deforestation

By supporting companies that practice responsible wood sourcing, we’re creating an economic incentive for sustainability that can help save forest elephants’ vital habitat. Will you commit to ending deforestation and sign our open letter to furniture retailers?

Protect Wildlife from Extreme Flooding and Other Climate Disasters

Please contact your senators and representative and urge them to take positive action to confront the growing threat of climate-fueled “unnatural” disasters. We must move forward with proven solutions like the restoration of coasts, dunes and forests to better protect people and wildlife from a changing climate.

Help Black Bears Move Freely in a Changing World

Black bear and other species need our help! Wildlife habitat is being fragmented and lost at an alarming rate.

Crucial habitats continue to be carved up by housing, roads, fences, energy facilities, and other man-made barriers. Speak out to help wildlife move in a changing world.

Safeguard Sea Turtles with Economy-Wide Carbon Cuts

One of the most effective ways to reduce carbon pollution—the leading cause of climate change and related sea-level rise—is through pricing carbon throughout all sectors of the economy. Please tell your congressmen and women that it is time to push for economy-wide carbon reductions across the US.