Irreplaceable Wildlife Habitat at Risk

Mule deer
Progress: 97%
Progress: 97%
Alerts Taken: 33831     Goal: 35000

Our country’s largest remaining ecosystem—our “sagebrush sea”—is at risk. Sagebrush country spans across the West, providing vital habitat for hundreds of plant and wildlife species. In 2015, plans to conserve this unique landscape were announced, thanks to the support of governors, ranchers, friends of wildlife, and all who love the outdoors. However, today the Department of Interior is trying to undo these plans.

The greater sage-grouse conservation plans protect this vital habitat that the greater sage-grouse, mule deer, pronghorn, burrowing owls, golden eagles, and other wildlife depend on. There is no other sagebrush sea anywhere else on earth.

Take Action: Tell the Department of Interior to keep plans meant to conserve the bird and keep sagebrush country intact.

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