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.
Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtles
The Kemp’s ridley sea turtle is the rarest species of sea turtle and is critically endangered.
Pesticides threaten bees and other pollinators which sustain flowering plants and our food supply
Louisiana Black Bears
In danger of extinction, the court battle rages on
During the past dozen years, the endangered Florida manatee has made only tenuous progress toward recovery
Cormorants / Proposed federal rules would allow more killing by states of fish-eating cormorants
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Alaska Belatedly Imposes No-Hunt Buffer to Avert Wolf Population Implosion
In Less Than 2 Months, 154 Florida Manatees Perish, One-Third from Cold Stress
State Agrees to National Academy Review of Scientific Merits as Opposition Mounts
Deaths Again Outstrip Litters with Heavy Toll on Females of Reproductive Age
Last Year’s Mortality Spike Already Topped Before December Cold Snaps
Complaint Seeks to End Federal Reliance on Flawed 42-Year-Old Study
Notice of Impending Suit to Restore Federal Endangered Species Act Protection
FAA Faulted for Failure to Implement 2000 Law for Management of Park Air Tours
Criminal Complaint Cites State Payments for Hunting Dogs Killed in Wolf Clashes
Directives to Expand Hunting and Trapping Launch Long, Uncertain Legal Process
Lawsuit Filed to Force U.S. Forest Service to Disclose the Fate of Promised Reforms
Two Horses and a Mule Died of Dehydration in Arizona’s Apache-Sitgreaves Forest
Buyouts to “Accelerate Attrition” While Meeting New Trump Agenda
Short-Term Reduction Leaves Hybrid Herd in Park & Long-Term Solution in Limbo
Groups Push for Federal Intervention to Curb Endangered Species Act Violations
Washington Rancher Wiped Out 15% of State’s Wolves in Violation of Federal Rules
War on Wolves and Science Having been eradicated from the lower 48 states due to unfettered hunting during the early twentieth century, gray wolves (Canis lupus) have been a hallmark species for the success of the Endangered Species Act. More than twenty years after...
As gray wolves return to their native habitat, some livestock operators have voiced alarm. These concerns can be put to rest by effective non-lethal control programs. In Washington State, for example, the Legislature launched an effort to better understand...
Independent Accreditation Urged to Ensure Integrity of Research Results
Record Number of Florida Manatees Killed by Boat Collisions