Wolverines Betrayed Again — We're Going to Court

The wolverines that remain in the lower 48 urgently need Endangered Species Act protection.
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Hi Everyaction,

Fur trappers and predator-killing programs have already pushed American wolverines to the edge of extinction.

And now, as their snowy habitat disappears in our warming world, so too do the wolverines — as few as 300 remain in the lower 48 states.

Despite the threats to their survival, wolverines have once again been denied federal Endangered Species Act protection — so we took legal action on their behalf.

Please help with a gift to the Saving Life on Earth Fund.

The American wolverine could disappear from every state save Alaska if we don't act fast.

These keystone carnivores survived an epoch of poison, bone-crushing traps and rifle shots. Now their demise is virtually assured if they don't receive federal protection.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has betrayed these snow-dwelling animals for decades, refusing to throw them the lifeline they desperately need.

The latest denial from the Service goes against science and violates the Endangered Species Act. The situation for these creatures is now dire, as the snowpack they need to live melts away.

At just three feet long, they can roam as far as 15 miles in a single day — and scare off wolves, bears and moose. But they can't fend off the climate crisis without help.

The fierce spirit of wolverines gives us the drive and inspiration to save them. We're not going to let them vanish without a fight.

There's no more time to wait for wolverines. The time to act is now.

Please fight along with us by supporting the Saving Life on Earth Fund today.

For the wild,

Kierán Suckling

Kierán Suckling
Executive Director
Center for Biological Diversity


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