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
Interior IG Sits on Migratory Bird Ethics Complaint
Inspector General Wants FWS Retirees to Name Those Who Complained
Conservation Area No Longer Safe for Right Whales
Trump is stripping protections of our public lands off the New England coast, a critical conservation area for endangered North Atlantic right whale.
Jonathan Lundgren, Former USDA Entomologist: A Bee Expert With His Integrity Intact
When USDA’s research arm tried to stifle his research on the effects of pesticides on honey bees and the environment, Jonathan Lundgren fought back with PEER’s help.
Ten Retired Press Officers Attack Validity Of Bird-Death Rule
Rare Battle Over Ethics And Legality Of Agency Press Release
BLOG: Pesticides: Persistent Threat to Birds, Bees and Humans
With roughly 40 percent of insect life threatened with extinction over the coming decades, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to gamble by keeping powerful insecticides that Europe has banned, registered in the United States.
Even Bureaucracies Taking on Trumpian Tone
Press Release on Migratory Bird Kill Rule Resembles a Campaign Screed
Florida Panthers Spiral Toward Extinction
Net Loss of More than 100 Cats in Last Five Years as Births Plunge
BLOG: EPA Continues to Approve Bee-Killing Insecticides
With over 40 percent of insect life threatened with extinction, the EPA continues to issue emergency exemptions to toxic pollinator-killing insecticides.
Record Florida Manatee Boat Kills in 2019
Annual Death Toll Reaches Third Highest; Tops Five-Year Average
PEER Hosts Congressional Briefing on Toxic Pesticides
Representatives Earl Blumenauer and Nydia Velázquez join agricultural and health experts and environmental advocates for congressional briefing on toxic pesticides
Chances of Seeing Denali Wolves in the Wild Now Remote
1% Viewing Success Record Low After State Eliminated No-Hunt Buffers
Scientific Misrepresentations Sinking North Atlantic Right Whale
Federal Officials Ignored Science to Benefit Fisheries
Fight for Records on GMOs and Bee-Killing Insecticides
Role of Ex-Monsanto Executive in Green-Lighting Use on Refuges at Issue
WOTUS Redefinition: South Dakota
Impact of Proposed Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Redefinition on Wetlands and Waters in South Dakota
Wheels Coming Off Trump Arctic Refuge Drive
Haste to Roll Out Leasing Approvals Proves to be Their Undoing
National Park Hunting And Fishing Restrictions Under Fire
Rules to Stem Invasive Species, Lead Poisoning, and Gun Accidents at Risk
Politicized Science The Bane Of The Mexican Wolf
Study Dissects How Politics Skewed Science to Jeopardize Wolf Survival
PEERMail: Edging Closer to Extinction
Last week was an incredibly bad week for one of the most endangered whales in the world. Six North Atlantic right whales were found dead in and around the Gulf of Lawrence. Some of these animals, known to researchers for many years, were successful breeders and...
Coyote Killing Contests Don’t Belong In National Parks
Petition Presses Cape Cod Seashore to Sharply Limit Carnivore Hunting
Study: Urgent Intervention Needed To Save Right Whales
PEER calls for Fisheries Agency to Take Decisive Action