Fact Sheets for CITES COP19 At Defenders of Wildlife, facilitating balanced and sustainable coexistence between our planet’s incredible wildlife and our diverse global societies is our top priority. We stand File BonnetHead Shark File Glass Frogs File Guitarfishes File Lao Warty Newt File Lemur Leaf Frog File Potamotrygon Species File Requiem Sharks Wildlife Bald EagleAmerican Crocodile and AlligatorAmphibiansBatsBeaverBeluga WhaleBighorn SheepBisonBlack BearBlack-Footed FerretBog TurtleButterfliesCalifornia CondorCanada LynxHorseshoe CrabCaribouRufa Red KnotDolphinsFlorida ManateeSage-GrouseElephantsFisherFlorida PantherFoxesFreshwater FishesFreshwater MusselsGolden-Cheeked WarblerGray WolfNorth Atlantic Right WhaleLesser Prairie ChickenMexican Gray WolfParrotsMarbled MurreletMice and RatsOcelotPacific SalmonPallid SturgeonPeregrine FalconPinyon JayPollinatorsRice's WhaleSnakes and LizardsSonoran PronghornTortoisesVaquitaWolverineGrizzly BearHellbenderJaguarOrcaOwlsPacific WalrusPolar BearPrairie DogRed WolfSea OtterSea TurtlesSharks and RaysTiger Wild Places ArcticCalifornia's Central ValleyCascadiaCoasts and Intertidal ZonesDeciduous ForestsDesertsGreat PlainsGreater EvergladesTemperate RainforestNorthwest FloridaOceansRocky MountainsSagebrush SeaSky IslandsSouthern AppalachiansTexas Hill CountryTrans-PecosWetlands and Rivers Regions AlaskaCaliforniaNorthwestRocky Mountains and Great PlainsSoutheastSouthwestWashington, DC Issues Conserving Imperiled SpeciesAdvocating for International SpeciesProtecting HabitatPromoting CoexistenceDefending Conservation LawsInnovating for Wildlife ConservationCombating Climate ChangeFighting Invasive SpeciesSpeaking for Wildlife Pinyon Jay: A Rapidly Disappearing Species Desperately in Need of Protection The pinyon jay, a gregarious and iconic western bird, is plummeting in number and needs the protection of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) to dodge extinction. File Download PDF Parrot Illegal Trade Decreases in Mexico 2022 File Download PDF Building Blocks: Tools and Lessons for Designing a Block of Water for the Environment In California, across the Western United States and in many locations around the globe, competition for freshwater resources has increased and impacts on aquatic ecosystems File Download PDF Tackling the Extinction Crisis The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Forest Service provide habitat for hundreds of plants and animals listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) File Download the Full Report (pdf) File Download the Summary (pdf) No Permita que los Jaguares se Conviertan en los Próximos Tigres This is a fact sheet that was prepared for the II High Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade. It focuses on the need to protect Jaguars in the Latin America region. File Download PDF La Necesidad de Eliminar el Comercio Ilegal y no Sustentable de Vida Silvestre en America Latina y el Caribe Fact sheet provided at the II High Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade. File Download PDF Don’t Let Jaguars Become the Next Tigers This is a fact sheet that was prepared for the II High Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade. It focuses on the need to protect Jaguars in the Latin America region. File Download PDF The Need to Eliminate Illegal & Unsustainable Wildlife Trade in Latin America and the Caribbean Fact sheet provided at the II High Level Conference of the Americas on Illegal Wildlife Trade. File Download PDF Federal Funding for Human Wildlife Conflict Avoidance This document describes federal funding programs that can be used for human-wildlife conflict avoidance, and provides guidance on determining which program is most appropriate for your needs and how to apply for funding. File Download PDF Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 … Next page Last page Image Get Alerts & Updates Thank you for signing up! Thank you!