Act Now to Save Louisiana Black Bear Habitat
Save habitat for Louisiana black bears! Tell Congress to protect the nation's vital wetlands and abandon efforts to resurrect the antiquated, wasteful, and devastating Yazoo Pumps project. Call your Senator too! (Sen. Directory: 202-224-3121)
Protect Ohio River Kingfisher Habitat
ORSANCO commissioners want to eliminate Pollution Control Standards for the Ohio River America's most polluted river. Take action to protect the Ohio River today!
Protect Unspoiled Moose Habitat
Permits for a dangerous sulfide-ore mine next to the 1.1 million acre Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness have been denied. Please urge your members of Congress to protect this irreplaceable wildlife habitat from future mining or industrial activities!
Say No to a New Threat to Wildlife.
Stop Congress from making it impossible to establish new protections for clean air, clean water, and wildlife like the Rusty-patched bumblebee. Take action and say NO to the Regulatory Accountability Act, a new threat our health and safety.
Say NO to Extinction
A dangerous bill in Congress would roll back crucial safeguards for wild salmon that orca must have to survive. Tell your representative to say NO to salmon extinction by opposing a harmful bill that thwarts migration along the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
Take Action for Otters. Defend New Clean Water Rule
Otters need you! The new Clean Water Rule that restores protections to millions of acres of wetlands and millions of miles of streams that provide critical habitat is under attack. Take action to defend this wildlife-friendly policy!
Restore Our Coasts' Natural Areas
Natural features like oyster reefs, wetlands and floodplains provide wildlife habitat and act as storm protection for communities. Tell your legislators to restore these ecosystems for wildlife and people!
Speak up for Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs
The restoration of the Chesapeake Bay could be impacted by Maryland's decision to relicense the Conowingo Dam. Tell the Maryland Department of the Environment that the license for the Conowingo Dam must include pollution reduction actions.