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Conserving Key Species

Improving Policies to Conserve Key Species

Improving Policies to Conserve Focal Species

Returning an important species to its native habitat means more than just restoration or reintroduction. Our experts work with federal and state agencies and others to develop science-based conservation plans designed to conserve species on public and private lands, and ensure they have the resources they need to have a real chance of survival. We also work to improve wildlife policies at the federal, state and local levels, and speak out when new policies or legislation are proposed that could impact focal species.

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Approaching solar energy “Smart from the Start” means we can fight climate change with fewer risks to wildlife.
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A group advising the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agreed on draft wind energy siting recommendations detailing how to avoid sensitive wildlife habitat and decrease the chances of birds and bats being killed by wind turbines.
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The conservation outlook in the Senate has improved, but we still have a House leadership that is quite hostile to environmental programs.