Gray wolves' protections have been removed in the northern Rocky Mountains and western Great Lakes, and states there have approved aggressive hunting and trapping seasons — resulting in an alarming loss of wolves. Yet the feds plan to remove protections for all wolves in the lower 48 (besides Mexican wolves) — preventing them from moving into key areas of suitable habitat.Take action now to help protect wolves in places where they might thrive... not face slaughter.
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Renew or become a Center member today and join the nation’s top endangered species group. You'll help save species like polar bears, wolves, butterflies and sea turtles.
Endangered Species Act: A Wild Success
2013 marks the 40th year of the world's most effective law protecting biodiversity. Find out about the many species the Act has saved and spread the word about its success.
Five Years Later: Polar Bears On Thin Ice
After long, hard work begun by the Center, the Arctic's great white polar bears won federal protection in 2008. But today, our new report shows, they still struggle to survive.
Killing Keystone XL This 1,700-mile-long planned pipeline would move up to 35 million gallons of dirty tar-sands oil every day, plowing through species habitat and hastening climate change chaos. Help us stop this environmental disaster.
Saving the Mexican Gray Wolf We’re working to make sure wolves in the Southwest are protected and nurtured . . . not persecuted and killed. Learn about these predators' plight — and the Center's fight.
The Time for Climate Action?Right Now. Last year was the hottest in recorded U.S. history, blowing away the 1998 record. We're pushing for dramatic action immediately to avoid complete climate catastrophe.