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September 9, 2015 | Video

The Fable of the Wolf

An animated short film celebrating the wild nature of a deeply misunderstood species: wolves.

September 4, 2015 | Feature

The Endangered Species Act: Voyaging Back From An Age of Extinction

The Act reflected the resolve of a society mature enough to guarantee a future not just for itself but for the rest of creation, even if difficult choices might be required. More than forty years later, America continues to stand behind that guarantee.

August 26, 2015 | Feature


The wolf’s re-introduction to Yellowstone National Park, twenty years ago, succeeded in restoring an ecological balance which had been lost. But now, Congress is threatening the future of wolves. Watch the animated film, "The Fable of the Wolf."

August 6, 2015 | Blog Post

Earth’s Oceans Are (Not) for the Birds

The world has lost 70 percent of its seabirds in the past 60 years, but as we mourn their loss, we must also come together to preserve the natural beauty that remains.

July 16, 2015 | Blog Post

New House Bill Blames Historic California Drought on Endangered Fish

A bill being considered in the House of Representatives places blame for the lack of water in California on protections for salmon and other imperiled species, such as the delta smelt. The reality is that an historic drought—not environmental protections—is causing water shortages in the West.

July 15, 2015 | Blog Post

Battle for the Wild: Confronting Idaho’s Controversial Wolf Management Practices

Isaac and Bjornen Babcock spent their year-long honeymoon in the central Idaho wilderness, documenting what it takes for wolf packs to survive and thrive. However, the greatest threat to wolves is not the natural challenges posed by long winters or food scarcity, but rather a controversial and secretive state-sponsored killing program.


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