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
Grand Canyon’s plan to “lethally remove” 12 beefalo from its herd is fraught with ambiguity and lacking in scientific rationale.
The Park Service has cut programmatic work on conservation of species like endangered sea turtles – what will it take for NPS to turn itself around?
To protect migratory birds and other living things, we not only need stronger environmental laws, but stronger IGs to ensure compliance.
For 40 Years NOAA Inflated Population and Masked Disastrous Overfishing
Increasing wind energy production, a necessity for clean energy goals, will impact navigation, endangered species, marine mammals and fisheries.
Scientist Had Raised Alarms about Wildlife Disease Lab Biosecurity Breaches
A 12 year old male North Atlantic right whale, one of around 350 left in the world, is presumed dead after becoming entangled in fishing gear.
After years of mismanagement and retaliation against employees who raised concerns about oil and gas projects, can the BLM deliver on Biden’s conservation promises?
GM Crops and Neonic Insecticides Incompatible with Refuge Purposes
Reports on Raptors Dying in Big Wyoming Oil and Gas Project Spiked
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most critically endangered whales on the planet and NOAA’s inaction is putting it on the path to extinction.
The North Atlantic right whale is facing extinction from low births and high deaths due to ship strikes, fishing gear entanglements and other human activity.
More Than 300 Die in Six Weeks; Vast Majority Not Necropsied
New NOAA Finding at Odds with Science, Facts, and the Law
Jonathan Lundgren was a top-rated USDA research scientist until he started revealing the environmental harms of the neonicotinoid insecticides and other favorite products of the pesticide industry.
Park Service & NOAA Shrink Sea Turtle Recovery Capacity as Need Spikes
Redefining “habitats” hinders federal agencies to protect endangered marine species in an age of warming oceans, including the North Atlantic right whale.
Fewer than 500 “Teddy Bears” May Exist as Recovery Efforts Falter
PEER and 70 Conservation Organizations, Representing 16 Million Americans, Endorse Colorado Wolf Restoration
PEER and 70 conservation organizations have endorsed the concept of the restoration of the gray wolf to Colorado, which is called for by Proposition 114.
Park Service Cuts Green Turtle Program Just as Need for Protection Spikes