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Gray wolves need federal Endangered Species Act protections

Right now in Montana, it’s legal for an individual to hunt and trap up to 20 wolves per year. This is unacceptable. Please write the Biden administration and demand emergency relisting protections under the Endangered Species Act for the gray wolf in Montana and across the Northern Rockies.

The Official Action Center of WildEarth Guardians

A Voice for the Voiceless

WildEarth Guardians can only build power and cultivate change with your help. Speak up today for wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and a safe climate we can all cherish.

Truly restore the Santa Fe Watershed, Stop Landscape-Scale Cutting and Burning

Protect Greater Chaco From Fracking

Help stop plans by a Canadian company to expand mining in the Greater Gila

Tell Congress: Pass the Keep It in the Ground Act

The Keep It in the Ground Act is a landmark bill that would end all new federal leases of oil, gas, tar sands, and coal on America’s public lands and waters. Keeping fossil fuels in the ground is a critical step we must take if we hope to seriously curb greenhouse gas emissions and address the climate crisis. Urge your members of Congress to co-sponsor and pass the Keep It in the Ground Act today.

Protect America's National Forests

Tell Congress to prioritize climate resilience for western rivers and communities

Tell Congress to pass the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act

Urge the U.S. Forest Service to require carnivore coexistence on national forests

The U.S. Forest Service must reform its livestock grazing policy to end the livestock industry’s war on wolves, grizzly bears, coyotes, and other native wildlife. Take the U.S. Forest Service that it’s time to adopt a mandate of native carnivore coexistence with respect to public lands grazing.

Chart a new course for western rivers and save the Rio Grande

Northern Rocky Mountain wolves need Endangered Species Act protections

The Greater Gila deserves protection!

Stand for a Living Colorado River

The Colorado River is in crisis. The already over-promised flows have declined by 20 percent over the past hundred years and could fall another 55 percent by the end of the century. Join us in calling for bold leadership from Colorado Governor Polis to chart a new course for a living Colorado River. Take action today.

Speak up to defend wilderness study areas in Montana

Defend grizzlies, wolves, bighorns, and other vulnerable wildlife in the Centennial Mountains

Urge the Biden administration to protect Joshua trees

The NRA has wolves in their crosshairs. We must stop them.

The NRA has gray wolves in their crosshairs. In April, the NRA gave notice they’re challenging our legal victory that restored Endangered Species Act protections for wolves in key locations throughout the country. The NRA wants to strip protections for wolves so trophy hunters can gun them down by unethical methods. We need 100,000 citizens to sign our petition telling the NRA to stop using wolves as target practice.

Urge President Biden to keep dirty fossil fuels in the ground

Take action: Sonoran desert tortoise move slow, but are racing toward extinction

Save Oak Flat from a massive copper mine

Tell your members of Congress to prioritize the needs of all water uses in future water planning

Rivers across the American West are vital to the future of all life, but unfortunately, they’re threatened like never before. After a century of mismanagement, overuse, and unsustainable practices, rivers do not have the resiliency needed to survive the intensifying impacts of climate change. Sign our petition now and tell Congress it’s past time to rethink rivers.

End the Taxpayer Funded War on Wildlife

Red Fox

Ask your senators and representative to help salmon and steelhead in the Northwest

Gray wolves playing in snow

Urge Congress to take action to achieve 30 x 30 goals

Support trap-free public lands across the United States

Trapping is a cruel and dangerous activity threatening native wildlife, biodiversity, humans, and companion animals. Traps are indiscriminate, which means nearly any animal whose feet touch the ground can trigger them. Please raise your voice today and sign our petition to end trapping on public lands.

Tell Congress to stop funding Wildlife Services' killing crusade

Salt River Arizona WildEarth Guardians

Tell your members of Congress to protect a living Rio Grande

Support a nationwide ban on wildlife killing contests

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