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Read about the latest events, issues, legislation, and more affecting wildlife and our work.

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Historic, Bipartisan Bill Will Galvanize Wildlife Recovery

The Recovering America's Wildlife Act, introduced by U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), will dedicate $1.4 billion annually to proactive, voluntary, locally-led efforts to recover thousands of at-risk wildlife species while creating jobs and ensuring our outdoor heritage endures for future generations.

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Secretary Haaland Announces Bold Vision for Offshore Wind

Oct 15, 2021

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Portraits of Brad Crabtree, the nominee to serve as assistant secretary for the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, and Willie Phillips, the nominee to join the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Credit: BetterEnergy and DCPSC.

Crabtree, Phillips Will Bring Essential Expertise, Climate Commitments to Federal Energy Policy

Oct 15, 2021

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Charles Sams, nominee to be National Park Service director. Credit: Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Charles Sams Will Restore National Parks, Expand Access for All Americans

Oct 15, 2021

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Chinook salmon swimming

Inslee’s Commitment to Working Toward Comprehensive Solution to Save Salmon ‘Welcome News’

Oct 14, 2021

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New Report Examines Climate Impacts on Hunting, Fishing; Urges Hunters, Anglers to Engage in Climate Solutions

Oct 13, 2021

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Two greater sandhill cranes. Credit: USFWS, Tom Koerner.

Senator Fischer Supports Historic, Bipartisan Wildlife Bill

Oct 11, 2021

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Children learn about the ecosystem on the Coney Island shorefront

New York City Students Confront Climate Change Impacts and Explore Resilient Solutions

Oct 11, 2021

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Bears Ears National Monument

Restoration of Monuments Demonstrates Biden’s Respect for Tribal Sovereignty, Conservation Commitment

Oct 08, 2021

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