More than 109 million acres of protected public lands are officially designated as wilderness areas. Do you know what these lands mean to the wildlife you care about?
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Over the summer, volunteers from Albuquerque and Santa Fe collected data with the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project. This project brings students, citizens and scientists together to gather information on the ecosystem, both for research and to help the public better understand this unique resource.
As sea ice continues to decline, more ships are venturing further into the Arctic Ocean and it seems that an oil spill impacting wildlife is all but inevitable. If it were to happen, we want to make sure the response gives the region’s wildlife the best possible chance to survive and recover.
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Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina bore down on the Gulf Coast, causing great ecological harm. Low-lying barrier islands, coastal marshes and wetlands, and even inland hardwood forests were damaged.