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Greater Chaco Takes Step Towards Protection

More Needed to Protect Communities and Safeguard Sacred Landscape

Series of Awful Trapping Incidents Spotlights Need for Reform

Three-legged wolf, tortured bobcat, injured raven, trapped pet dogs, and dumped wildlife carcasses highlight the toll on animal welfare and public safety

Court: Agency Wrongly Denied Protection to Sage Grouse in California, Nevada

Tiny Mono Basin Populations Get Another Shot at Much-needed Protection

Environmental Advocates, Local Landowners Move to Protect Water, Climate in Montana

Groups File Suit to Stop Oil and Gas Leasing on 150,000 Acres

Taiwanese Humpback Dolphin Protected Under U.S. Endangered Species Act

Dolphin listed as "endangered"

U.S. Wildlife Agency Promises Gunnison Sage-grouse Recovery Plan

Rare Bird Threatened by Drilling, Sprawl, Livestock Grazing in Utah, Colorado

Report Finds Coal Mine Safety Violations Occurred Every Hour in 2017

WildEarth Guardians Report Uncovers Dangerous Scale of Safety Infractions at Coal Mines Across the Country, Severely Low Penalties

Carlsbad Caverns National Park At Risk from Fracking

Public Lands Less Than a Mile from the Park on the Auction Block for September

Trump Administration's Fracking Plan Ignores Health Threats, Worsens Deadly Ozone in Western Colorado

Public Health, Air Quality, and Water at Risk

Taxpayer-Funded War on Wildlife Claimed 1.3 Million Native Animals in 2017

Wildlife Services Slaughters Vulnerable Wildlife and Family Dogs

Conservation Groups Call for No Fracking, Drilling Near Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Park

21,000 Acres of Public Lands in Colorado on the Auction Block in September

WildEarth Guardians Challenges Failure of Tri-State to Guarantee $120 Million in Coal Mine Cleanups

Utility Company Relying on Sham IOUs to Justify Reliance on Fossil Fuels

Court finds fracking in Greater Chaco violates cultural protections

The court's order indicates fracking violated the National Historic Preservation Act

Court rejects flawed Mexican wolf management rule

Capping population, killing more wolves, cutting off habitat undermines recovery

Drinking Water Partnership Announces Grant Awards Where Upstream Restoration Benefits Downstream Drinking Water

Projects in Oregon and Washington aim to benefit people and salmon and trout

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