Last Day: Speak Out for Wild Public Lands and Waters

Twenty-seven of our treasured national monuments are up for “review” by the Department of the Interior—meaning millions upon millions of acres of wild public lands and waters providing irreplaceable habitat could be opened up to oil, gas, mining and private development.

Friends of wildlife only have until July 10th to submit comments in support of keeping protections and safeguards in place for these places across America that are vitally important for fish and wildlife.

Please take action right now in support of continued and unchanged protections for all lands and waters designated as national monuments. If you've visited any of the threatened national monuments, please share your experience in the message!

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