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On March 30, 2018, Michelle Lute and Chris Smith were on the Santa Fe New Mexican's radio cafe talking discussing the topic "Does Wildlife Services serve wildlife?" and wildlife trapping in NM.

On September 6, 2016, FSRN’s Hannah Leigh Myers spoke with Jeremy Nichols, Climate & Energy Program Director for WildEarth Guardians on "Non-profits sue Obama administration over oil and gas leases on public lands."

On June 9, 2016, Bethany Cotton spoke to the Grizzly Times about the fight to protect grizzly bears, wolves, lynx, bobcat and the wild nature of the American West. Click on Episode 11

On January 23, 2016, Jeremy Nichols was interviewed on Montana Public Radio on the topic "Environmentalists Prevail In Spring Creek Mine Lawsuit"

On September 23, 2015, Erik Molvar spoke about the "Greater Sage Grouse Will Not Be Listed As Endangered Species" on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

On May 6, 2015, Madeleine Carey gave a brown bag lecture at the Chávez History Library titled "American Original: The Greater Gila Bioregion and NM's Wilderness Legacy".

On 89.1 FM listen to Madeleine Carey, WildEarth Guardians Gila Campaign Fellow, discuss an important issue impacting our national forests: cattle grazing and voluntary grazing buyouts (click on the blue link Earth Matters / Madeleine Carey). November 18, 2014

Bob Brister, a WildEarth Guardians Organizer in Salt Lake City UT, was interviewed on TV by a Fox 13 News reporter on October 22, 2014 about the UT coyote bounty program.

Jeremy Nichols, WildEarth Guardians Climate and Energy Program Director, talks about poor air quality in the Uintah Basin on Utah Public Radio on October 22, 2014.

Listen to WildEarth Guardians Climate and Energy Program Director, Jeremy Nichols, explain why a judge revoked the Arch Coal Lease in CO on KVNF radio.

Executive Director John Horning chats with 21st Century Radio host Zohara Hieronimus about stewardship, wildlife protection, and how to create a more symbiotic and balanced world between development and wilderness on August 3, 2014.

Click on the listen link at KUNM radio to hear Bryan Bird, WildEarth Guardians Wild Places Program Director, comment on "Fireproofing Our Forests" June 24, 2014

On CBS 4 Denver, Wild Rivers Program Director Jen Pelz talks about Dangerous Pollutants In Platte River on April 23, 2014.

Click on the listen link at Colorado Public Radio to hear Jeremy Nichols, Director of the Climate and Energy Program, comment on "How much water are oil and gas operators recycling?" April 17, 2014

Wildlife Program Director Bethany Cotton speaks with Radio Resitance's Derrick Jensen about Wildlife Service abuses on March 16, 2014.

Listen to Bryan Bird, WildEarth Guardians Wild Places Program Director in a radio interview on January 15, 2014 on beavers in NM.

Wyoming’s biggest export is soda ash, which comes from trona mines in Sweetwater County.
Listen to Wyoming Public Radio’s Irina Zhorov report about the industry's dirty side.

Watch a video with Wendy Keefover, WildEarth Guardians Carnivore Protection Program Director "Gray Wolf Decision Could Have Big Ramifications In Colorado" November 20, 2013

Listen to Jeremy Nichols, Director of our Climate and Energy Program, in the KSFR story on the El Segundo coal lease win (starts at 14:40 minutes).

Listen to WildEarth Guardians Sagebrush Sea Campaign Director, Erik Molvar, discuss Deal Renews Controversy Over Sage Grouse Protections on Wyoming Public Media October 10, 2013

WildEarth Guardians Endangered Species Advocate Taylor Jones discusses New Mexico's animal killing contests, leghold traps, and how to make sure New Mexico lives up to the name "Land of Enchantment on KSFR (segment starts 18:51 minutes in). September 25, 2013

Listen to "The Animal News Hour" inaugural show, "Women Helping Wolves Live" featuring 7 remarkable women helping wolves. September 10, 2013.

Listen to WildEarth Guardians' Bryan Bird discuss the Roca Honda uranium mine being proposed on Mt. Taylor in New Mexico on Santa Fe's Radio Cafe June 13, 2013.

A good story on ozone pollution along Colorado's Front Range and the link to oil and gas industry emissions on Colorado Public Radio.

Hear Taylor Jones on "KRWG FM Chipmunk Story" December 19, 2012

Coastal Connection "Federal Officials And Fishermen Face Off Over Sharks" December 7, 2012

Hear Bryan Bird on FirstPost "New Mexico Toyota Hybrid Teams with New Mexico Wild Earth Guardians to Help Our Environment" August 14, 2012

Bryan Bird speaks on Radio Cafe about "Travel Management in the Santa Fe National Forest" July 24, 2012

Hear Jeremy Nichols on Radio Golden's June 22 show talk about "Ozone and air quality in Golden and the Denver Metro Region".
(note - The air quality segment is 16 minutes into this 1 hour radio broadcast)

Al-Jazeera English  "The Great Olympic Greenwash" June 21, 2012

KUNM "New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse: More to Come" June 4, 2012
(you really should listen to this's a radio geek's dream, but not so translate-able to print...).

Jeremy Nichols speaks on NPR "How a 'Western Problem' Led to New Drilling Rules" April 19, 2012

Wendy Keefover on Taos' 1340 KVOT discussing the Troubles with Trapping Roadshow. April 12, 2012

Samantha Ruscavage-Barz, Staff Attorney with WildEarth Guardians comments on NM Teen Sues State to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions. March 30, 2012

Hear Bryan Bird provide an update on WildEarth Guardian's bid to keep the Valles Caldera Graze-free in the New Year. December 20, 2011

On Enviro News Jeremy Nichols of WildEarth Guardians discusses the Joint Lawsuit Against Rio Tinto/Kennecott. December 19, 2011

Hear the KUNM Story on the Valle Caldera National Preserve Grazing Bid.  Select December 16 at 5:00 PM.  Story starts about 4 minutes into the program.

Listen to Bryan Bird on KUMN's call in show discussing a broad range perspective on the current wildfire in Los Conchas. June 30, 2011 (note - Bryan's segment is towards the last third of this 1 hour radio broadcast)

Hear Jeremy Nichols on KSFR 101.1 "WildEarth Guardians Sues EPA Over PNM Plant" June 3, 2011

ABC Nightline Story "Sand Dune Lizard Could Cost Jobs in Texas if Added to Endangered Species List" May 31, 2011

Sagebrush Sea Campaign director Mark Salvo speaks with KRWG News about Rep. Steve Pearce and the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard.  Bryan Bird, Wild Places Progran Director, takes on Pearce's logging bill  (watch the whole video for more of Pearce’s anti-environmental activities).  May 13, 2011

Colorado Public Radio "Elk Creek Coal Mine in Jepardy of Shutting Down" May 11, 2011

Jeremy Nichols, Climate and Energy Program Director, and Taylor Jones, Endangered Species Advocate, speak on Boulder's KGNU Community Radio's program Dot OrgListen here.  May 2, 2011

Jeremy Nichols, Climate and Energy Program Director talks on Casper, Wyoming's K2 radio "Global Warming Forfeits Coal." April 30, 2011

Watch this New York Times' news video broadcasted on February 26, 2011 which reveals the real story behind families affected by oil and gas drilling in Colorado.

Listen to NPR's February 8, 2011 broadcast of "N.M. Governor Tough On Crime, Easy on Business" where WildEarth Guardians' Executive Director, John Horning, discusses the environmental impacts of Governor Martinez's relation with polluters.

Listen to Executive Director John Horning as he discusses trapping on public lands in this January 9th, 2011
radio discussion with ACT Radio, Animal Concerns of Texas on KTEP National Public Radio for the Southwest

Watch Executive Director John Horning as he discusses "The Mexican Grey Wolf Controversy"on KUNM's "In Focus Program" which aired live January 7, 2011

Now More Than Ever, Wolves Need Your Help

Restoring the Wolf, Restoring the Wild: A photo essay narrated by actor Alan Arkin

You Gotta See it to Believe it: Check out the before and after photos of our river restoration

School of Fish: See the video