Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Jess Alford shunned big-city life to get close to nature, and his photographs of birds and other wildlife give back to the New Mexico environment
Groups protest federal leasing of Navajo cultural sites, roadless areas, and endangered species habitats
WildEarth Guardians, Prescott National Forest Friends, and two individuals have won an administrative appeal reversing a U.S. Forest Service decision to allow continued cattle grazing in the "Verde Rim" Livestock grazing project.
Protest filed on behalf of WildEarth Guardians, Chihuahuan Desert Conservation Alliance, New Mexico Wildlife Federation, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, and Donna House regarding the proposed oil and gas lease parcels
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Groups file lawsuit in federal district court against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking federal protection for Gunnison's prairie dog, a grasslands keystone species
A coalition of environmental groups today challenged the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's (Service) refusal to consider designation of critical habitat for the endangered Northern Aplomado Falcon
The historic range of sage grouse included parts of sixteen Western states and three Canadian provinces. Since 1900 sage grouse populations have been reduced as their sagebrush habitat has been destroyed, degraded, and fragmented by human activities.
Today a coalition led by WildEarth Guardians gave notice to the Department of Interior and the US Fish and Wildlife Service of its intention to sue over the Service's decision to refuse Endangered Species Act protection to the prairie-dwelling swift fox.
The "not warranted" determination on the petition to list the swift fox as endangered is arbitrary and capricious, does not use best science, and illegally considers future conservation actions as a reason not to list the species.