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Feds Challenged for Failing to Protect Lynx Habitat

Guardians and our partners challenged the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s failure to protect threatened Canada lynx habitat throughout the contiguous U.S. After eight years of shifting excuses, the federal government still refuses to recognize the importance of legally protected room to roam for America’s wild snow cats. We are standing up to safeguard the lynx’s home in the West.

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Guardians Takes on Four Corners Fracking

Last month Guardians and our allies called for a moratorium on fracking in the San Juan Basin in northwestern New Mexico, home of Chaco Canyon other unbelievably wild areas. The rampant approval of drilling and fracking is not only threatening the region's air, water and wildlife, but undermining our nation's progress in reducing greenhouse gases and combating climate change.

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Historic Grazing Buy-Out

In April, Guardians successfully completed negotiations in the heart of the Greater Gila bioregion to retire grazing on 28,000 acres of forest—returning it to the wild. Our novel approach to resolving public land grazing challenges in the Gila offers reprieve to lands and watersheds that have been left vulnerable by years of overgrazing, drought, and wildfire.

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25 Stories to Celebrate Our 25th Anniversary

WildEarth Guardians continues to celebrate our 25th anniversary with a new story on the 25th of this and every month honoring our past and the special places, rivers and creatures that we fight to protect—by and about the people protecting them. Read our most recent story entitled, A Voice for the Voiceless.

Slider Photo credits: coyote: Sarah Stio, Zion NPS. Colorado fracking: Theo Colborn with permission. coyoto: Tom Koerner, USFWS. Grand Canyon wolf: Arizona Game and Fish Dept. Greater Gila: Trip Jennings with permission. Wolverine: © Daniel J. Cox/    25th annv bear: by permission Ray Rafiti. Thumbprint photos - Canada lynx: Four Corners pipeline: Greater Gila Bioregion: Adriel Heisey. Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon: Samantha Ruscavage-Barz.


Press Releases

  • Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Rule Would Hinder Species Recovery
  • Gray Wolf Confirmed Near Grand Canyon
  • New "Test for Success" Challenges Colorado Oil and Gas Task Force To Protect Families and Communities from Fracking
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