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.
The bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2019 would protect wildlife like grizzly bears, cougars, bobcats, and even butterflies by offering them wildlife corridors for safe travel to suitable habitat and away from places that humans have degraded and destroyed. Please ask your senators and reps to support this legislation. Together, our voices can safeguard wildlife and stop extinction!
With support mounting to protect the Greater Chaco region from fracking, we’re stepping up our call for a moratorium on drilling and leasing lands for oil and gas in this sacred landscape. Sign our petition and help us turn the tide on the oil and gas industry. #ProtectChaco, #FrackOffChaco!
Oil and gas development is depleting mule deer populations. However, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has contracted with Wildlife Services to slaughter innocent carnivores in the name of restoring these populations. Sign our letter to Gov. Polis demanding he take action to defund and stop these lethal management plans.
This year, WildEarth Guardians launched its Colorado Front Range Oil and Gas Clean Air Enforcement Initiative. Over the past several months, we’ve sued oil and gas companies, challenged illegal permits, and pushed back against federal fracking approvals. Stand with us in calling on Governor Jared Polis to take swift and aggressive action to clean up our air and hold the fracking industry accountable to our health.
A few weeks ago, the Trump administration announced that it wants to remove protection for gray wolves in the lower 48. If you haven’t done so already, this Earth Day would be a great day to show your support for some of the Earth’s most persecuted residents. Please note that if you’ve already submitted comments, you do not need to do so again.
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The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is currently considering a citizen petition to end the barbaric practice of bobcat hunting. Let the members of the commission know that you want to see bobcats running free, not caught in traps or hounded by dogs and shot out of trees as trophies or for their fur.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission is currently considering new rules that would end killing contests for native carnivores and furbearing species. Please add your voice to the growing chorus of people who want science-based, ethical, and humane wildlife policy. The comment period closes May 12th.
The Greater Chaco region is once again in the crosshairs of the oil and gas industry, facing renewed threats from fracking. Stand with us as we push back against this Trump fossil fuel giveaway and defend this sacred landscape! Urge New Mexico’s Congressional delegation to permanently protect Greater Chaco from fracking.