Captive Mexican wolf, © Don Burkett

Wolf Weekly Wrap Up »

This is certainly progress, but by no means are Mexican gray wolves recovered; they still remain the most endangered subspecies of wolf in the entire world. Nonetheless, we are encouraged by the fortitude of these amazing, iconic wolves over the past 17 years. Now we need to ensure that the Fish and Wildlife Service does right by the lobos and makes a plan for long-term recovery so that we can celebrate the presence of wild lobos for years to come!

U.S. Capitol

Vote-A-Rama 2015 »

The Senate’s Vote-a-Rama has begun. After only a whopping two minutes of debate on each item, they will be casting their votes on dozens of issues, the impact and consequences of which will be unknown to all of the Senators, including many anti-environmental amendments related to conservation of wildlife and public lands.

Sage-grouse, © Jean Bjerke

Sage-Grouse Merchants of Doubt »

State and federal agencies are working to create science-based plans to protect an iconic bird and the landscape on which it depends. But at the same time, industries are working to discredit scientists and their work.

polar bear, © Steven J. Kazlowski/NGS

The Dark Humor of Climate Denial »

Climate change is real, and it’s happening now. Every day our lawmakers waste by censoring climate change and throwing snowballs in the Senate will have consequences for our children and future generations to come. It’s time to face the facts.

Wolves featured, © Montana FWP

Wolf Weekly Wrap Up »

Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s meeting in Boise; Congress’ Continued Assault on Gray Wolves; Utah Lawmakers Give Taxpayer Money to Anti-Wolf Lobbying