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
NEWS FROM PEER
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Senate Confirmation Hearing Today for Fish & Wildlife Service Director
Legal Filing to Outlaw Manatee “Swim-With” Dives by 100,000 Tourists Annually
Obama Pick Piecemeals Florida Panther and Other Endangered Species to Extinction
Climate Change and Coping with Climate Change Challenge Nature Sanctuaries
Shifting Much of Underwater Explosives Operations from Puget Sound to San Diego
Arizona Game Agency to Shoot GPS-Collared Mountain Lions on National Refuge
National Parks Will Suffer from Water Withdrawals, Pollution and Habitat Loss
Feds Threatened With Legal Action to Close Grazing Allotments, Remedy Endangered Species Act Violations
U.S. Forest Service Flying Blind on Drilling Impacts Yet Still Issues More Permits
NRA Goes Ballistic on Gun-Shy Obama Administration
U.S. and Alaska Fail to Collect $92 Million Damage Claim Filed Back in 2006
Secret Agency Review of Poisonings, Crashes, Explosions and Terror Risks
Contact: Rob Edward, WildEarth Guardians,(303) 573-4898 ext. 762, firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity, (575) 534-0360, email@example.com Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project, (520) 623-1878 Daniel R....
Conservationists Take First Step to Re-establish Protections for the Pygmy Owl
Industry Permit Plans Not Subjected to Required Peer-Review or Monitoring
Scientific Warnings on Oil Spills and Seismic Noise Disregarded to Speed Lease Sales
Boating Speed Limits, Warning Signs and Swim-With Harassment at Issue
Foreign Shipping Companies Opposed; Council of Economic Advisors Involved
Second Attempt to Justify Reduced Manatee Protections Has Gaping Holes
Park Service Should Not Have Opened More Routes to Off-Road Vehicles in Big Cypress National Preserve