A Note of Thanks for the Wild — and for You
We're grateful each day for the wild creatures that bring grace and beauty to our world — from polar bears and wolves to sea turtles and monarch butterflies.
As always, the Center for Biological Diversity is fighting tirelessly to save these species from extinction. Your dedication makes it possible, and we’re also thankful for you.
It feels more important than ever, in this horrible year, to savor each conservation victory: wins that pushed rare Southeast fish closer to federal protection; the rejection of a plan to suck 18 billion gallons yearly from Utah’s Green River; the recent halting of the Mountain Valley fracked gas pipeline in the East. And just yesterday, we won two proposals to protect more than 6,000 square miles of habitat for 12 coral species.
These are just a few of the fights we’ve been able to take on because you’ve supported us. As the year draws to a close, please consider a gift to help us keep the wild alive.
And take a moment to read this important New York Times piece on what today means for Indigenous people across the United States.