Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
This report validates the claim that there are ample available energy resources in the west without gutting the wilderness and endangered species protections presently in place
The 60-day notice warns the Forest Service that it has failed to adequately consult with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on hundreds of allotments on the eleven national forests throughout New Mexico and Arizona over the past seven years
The Copper Creek allotment on the Gila National Forest is illegally permitted
Oil and gas development proposed on the outskirts of a southern New Mexico wildlife refuge
The species has been extirpated from more than 95% of its historical range and today occurs only in 170 mile stretch of the river in the Middle Rio Grande Valley.
WildEarth Guardians tells BLM: Permanently prohibit all oil and gas development to protect the habitat of endangered fish and wildlife on the Refuge
A bi-partisan coalition of conservation and animal rights groups, led by WildEarth Guardians, today petitioned the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management
Environmental groups were highly critical of the Farmington BLM draft Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement for ignoring wildlife in oil and gas development plans
Livestock grazing poses a significant threat to the value of yucca for falcon nesting and for prey habitat. Recent research has found that falcons in the Chihuahuan desert primarily nest in yucca and that cattle may harm yucca caudices.
Despite opportunities for ecosystem-wide protection measures and early intervention before crisis, these opportunities were foregone.