No Extinction for Wolverines: We're Going to Court

Wolverines need Endangered Species Act protection in order to survive.
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Hi Everyaction,

Wolverines are on the frontlines of the extinction emergency. Just 300 are left in the lower 48. Without the snow they need to den and raise families, the last of the wolverines could be extinct in a matter of decades.

That's why we just launched another powerful legal action to save them.

To win, we need you with us. Please give to the Wildlife and Wild Places Defense Fund today and support our fight for wolverines.

Wolverines are caught in an extinction spiral as the spring snowpack they need melts away and the climate crisis accelerates. They can travel hundreds of miles a day, but their habitat is disappearing.

It's been a decades-long battle to save them — made worse by the Fish and Wildlife Services's delays in providing the federal protection wolverines need to survive.

There's no more time to wait. That's why we've taken legal action for wolverines that presses for immediate help to protect them.

This work is part of the larger campaign we just launched called Saving Life on Earth. The fate of more than a million species is on the line in the coming decades, so we're building a coast-to-coast movement to stem the extinction crisis. More than 1,000 volunteer activists have already signed up to launch a wave of grassroots action. We know if we're going to tackle the global extinction crisis, we have to go big.

And we need you with us to win.

Please support our fight for wolverines today with a gift to the Wildlife and Wild Places Defense Fund.

For the wild,

Kierán Suckling

Kierán Suckling
Executive Director
Center for Biological Diversity


P.S The loss of wild species impoverishes all of us and leaves the planet a lonelier, colder place for those who come after. Please consider giving monthly to power the Center's swift and continued action to save wildlife.

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