Known as “America’s Rainforest,” the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska, is home to a stunning array of plant life and wildlife and it is in serious jeopardy.
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New rule from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps protect carnivores from aggressive hunting on national wildlife refuges in Alaska
The state of Alaska is pursuing aggressive “predator control” measures on our national wildlife refuges, targeting bears, wolves and other wildlife on land that was meant for their conservation.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s designation of more than 120 million acres as critical habitat for the imperiled polar bear.
The Sportsmen’s Bill is rife with toxic provisions that threaten wildlife and public lands, erode bedrock environmental laws and undermine key conservation policies.