Keeping America’s Wildlife Protected
Wildlife are constantly under threat from climate change, habitat destruction, hunting and fishing, as well as mismanagement. PEER works with public employees to identify areas of concern and protect wildlife, in many cases from the actions of public agencies.
During the past dozen years, the endangered Florida manatee has made only tenuous progress toward recovery
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NEWS FROM PEER
Our elected officials and government agencies must do better to protect the North Atlantic right whale.
Petition to NOAA Administrator to require trap fisheries to convert to new rope-less or “pop-up” gear within the next two years to protect right whales.
Millions in Federal Conservation Aid Withheld Due to DNR Clearcutting
PEER’s work in Alaska is part of a broader effort to end federal support for ruinous and cruel wildlife management practices that are on the rise throughout the U.S.
Penalize Alaska for Diverting Conservation Dollars to Intensive Management
One of the great tragedies of lead ammunition is the widespread poisoning it causes to wildlife.
Groups Petition to Protect Wildlife, Human Health and the Environment
Denies Blame for Wildly Inflated Population Estimates Causing Overfishing
Protecting biodiversity and endangered species such as the North Atlantic Right Whale is one of the great challenges of our time.
BLM must address overgrazing on public lands and stop scapegoating wild horses for failing land health.
A science-based approach to wolf and predator management is the key to restoring ecological balance in America’s Western lands.
Mortality Through September on Track for Second Deadliest Year on Record
EPA continues to fail to regulate bee and bird killing pesticides, particularly those used to coat crop seeds.
Extinction is a choice that humans often make about animals and nowhere is that truer than with the North Atlantic right whale.
The Interior Secretary announced a phaseout of single-use plastics in national parks and other public lands.
More Than 80 Waivers from Just 3 Field Offices Prompt Call for Inquiry and Lawsuit
Four policy steps to reduce zoonotic disease risks and prevent future pandemics that stem from human interaction with wildlife.
The Pittman-Robertson Act was enacted in 1937 was intended to promote preservation and restoration of wildlife habitats.
No Notice, Permits, or Monitoring; Mass Beaching of Rare Whales Probed
400 Manatee Perish in First Two Months as Seagrasses Continue Retreat