National Wildlife Refuge System

News Releases

NEW BISON RANGE TRIBAL AGREEMENT REPEATS SAME OLD MISTAKES

Employee Comments Detail Why New Agreement Will Work to Refuge Detriment

REFUGE OIL & GAS DRILLING REGULATIONS ON VERY SLOW TRACK

After Years, Fish & Wildlife Service Still Unprepared to Propose Specific Safeguards

REFUGE SYSTEM GROWTH PLAN MARRED BY BLIND SPOTS

Sea-Level Rise and Per-Acre Price Not Factored into Land Acquisition Formula

GE CROP BAN DID NOT CRIMP REFUGE AGRICULTURE

Nearly Same Acreage Planted; Some Farmers Switched to Less Damaging Crops

LAWSUIT FILED TO PROTECT MIDWEST WILDLIFE REFUGES

Pesticides and Genetically Engineered Crops on Refuge Lands Are Illegal and Damaging to the Environment

JUDGE ORDERS ERADICATION OF GE PLANTS ON WILDLIFE REFUGES

Three-Year Monitoring Period to Track, Destroy Any Germinating GE Plants

JUDGE HALTS GE CROPS ON SOUTHEASTERN WILDLIFE REFUGES

Separate Ruling Leaves Door Ajar for GE Crops on Midwestern Refuges for Now

NATIONAL POLICY ON TRIBAL AGREEMENTS REMAINS IN LIMBO

Draft Policy Conflicts with Past and Pending National Bison Range Funding Pacts

NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES TO REGULATE OIL and GAS DRILLING

Agency Acts on PEER Rulemaking Petition to Curb Damage of Energy Production

NEW PLAN FOR OUTSOURCING NATIONAL BISON RANGE TO TRIBE

Tribal Takeover Resembles Agreement Invalidated by Federal Court in 2010

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Surveys
2007  Refuge Managers Survey

2001  Refuge Managers Survey

1999  Refuge Managers of the National Wildlife Refuge System Survey

1998  U.S. Fish & Wildlife Refuge Managers Survey

1997  National Wildlife Refuge Survey

Other PEER Activities
PEER Letter to Senator Burns about the transfer of National Bison Range management

PEER Report: America’s Ten Most Imperiled Refuges 2008