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November 15, 2013 | Blog Post

Reflecting on The Fight For This Good Earth

The approach of Thanksgiving is a good time to step back from the fast pace of our fight to protect the Earth and its people, and reflect on the many reasons to be grateful. Please join me and share what’s on your gratitude list by leaving a comment at the end of this piece.

April 18, 2013 | Blog Post

Pick Your Wildlife Poison

It's hard to know, sometimes, who to trust with America’s wildlife.

For the most part, wildlife is managed by individual states, which do some good science and issue tags for hunting licenses. They are also, theoretically, on the front lines of ensuring that wildlife species don’t get into such trouble that the federal government needs to step in under the auspices of the Endangered Species Act.

January 31, 2013 | Feature

Teleconference: Protecting Wyoming's Wolves

Tim Preso, managing attorney of the Earthjustice Northern Rockies office, has been working to defend the wolf population in the region for more than a decade. In a teleconference, he discusses the background, history and perspective to Earthjustice’s decades-long fight to protect the endangered gray wolf.

December 27, 2012 | Blog Post

The Top 10 unEarthed Stories of 2012

Blog posts about Earth's magnificent places and creatures were the most popular themes for unEarthed readers in 2012. By far the most-read post concerned Arctic drilling, followed by reports of bison being restored and wolves losing protection. Not shown in our top 10 blog posts, below, are the delightful tales of curious critters painted in words by our own Shirley Hao. Posts written years ago by Shirley are still being discovered and read by thousands of people every year.

December 20, 2012 | Blog Post

Strong Start To Protecting Key Alaska Habitat

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently announced a final plan for managing the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, a vast and wild area in northwestern Alaska that provides vital habitat for caribou, countless shorebirds, waterfowl, bears, wolves and wolverines, among others.

December 18, 2012 | Blog Post

Silencing The Wolf

She never had a real name. Scientists called her 832F. To her fans, she was known simply as ’06 after the year that she was born. But for anyone who had ever seen the large, sleek gray wolf roaming the Yellowstone plains, she was the epitome of all things free and wild.

Last week, ’06 was killed by an unknown hunter just outside of the park. She was still wearing her radio collar.

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