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Urge Action on Whooping Crane Shootings

Whooping Cranes are one of our country’s most majestic birds—and with a population of only 600, they are also one of the most endangered. But sadly, nearly one-quarter of all Whooping Crane meets an untimely death by illegal shooting. Ask U.S. Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement to do everything possible to bring those who shoot Whooping Cranes to justice.

Help Protect the
Northern Spotted Owl

The "O&C Land Grant Act," S. 1784, seeks to increase logging on federal forests in western Oregon now managed under President Clinton’s Northwest Forest Plan which studies show is working to improve water quality and restore wildlife habitat. Over two hundred thousand acres of currently protected habitat essential to the Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet would be logged under the bill. Please take a moment to express your concerns to your Senators about the "O&C Land Grant Act" and urge them to
oppose the bill.

Protect the Birds and Bees on American Farmlands

Maintaining healthy populations of birds, bees, bats, and other wildlife is essential for the long-term health of American agriculture.

Act now:
Contact Congress today and ask them to support the inclusion of Sec. 11315 in the 2013 Farm Bill. This provision would greatly improve federal coordination in addressing the dramatic declines of pollinators

It's time for EPA to get serious about neonics


Please write your U.S. Representative TODAY and ask them to support H.R. 2692, the Save America’s Pollinators Act of 2013. This bill will direct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend registration for neonicotinoid insecticides, which are causing serious harm to birds, bees, and aquatic life. 

Stop Poison-Makers from Harming Children,
Pets and Wildlife


Three companies have refused to comply with a government order to stop selling certain super-toxic rat poisons in formulations that can harm children, birds, other wildlife, dogs, and cats.  The recalcitrant companies include the world’s largest producer of household cleaning products, Reckitt Benckiser, and the pet-care products manufacturer, Spectrum Brands. Will you help us tell these companies that their behavior is not acceptable?