Report Highlights 10 Rare Species with 'No Room to Roam'

November 19, 2015

Contacts: George Wallace, ABC, (540) 253-5780 | Chris Farmer, ABC, (808) 987-1779 | Derek Goldman, Endangered Species Coalition, (406) 721-3218 (Washington, D.C., November 19, 2015) Habitat loss and conversion, dams, roads, and other developments are among the leading causes of wildlife habitat fragmentation, according to a new report by the Endangered Species Coalition. The report, No Room to Roam: 10 American Species … Read More>>

New Program Rates Bird-Smart Glass Products for Homeowners and Architects

November 18, 2015

Contact: Glenn Phillips, 646-661-1852 (Washington, D.C., Nov. 18, 2015) Collisions with glass windows kill hundreds of millions of birds each year in the United States, but thanks to American Bird Conservancy's new Bird-Smart Glass Program, a list of 18 tested, proven products is now available to help homeowners and architects identify simple but effective solutions to stop … Read More>>

Endangered Hawaiian Petrels Moved to Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge

November 3, 2015

Contacts: Lindsay Young, Pacific Rim Conservation: 808-741-9479 | Megan Nagel, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: 503-231-6123 | George Wallace, American Bird Conservancy: 540-212-1519 | Dan Dennison, Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources: 808-295-8749 Click for Photos | Click for video b-roll and interview clips (Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi, November 3, 2015) A historic project more than 30 years in the making took … Read More>>

New York Governor Vetoes Feral Cat Bill, Protects Wildlife

October 28, 2015

Contact: Grant Sizemore, 202-888-7480 (Washington, DC, Oct. 28, 2015) This week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo vetoed legislation that would have used public funds to support statewide Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) programs for feral cats. The decision came on Monday, Oct. 26, after a lengthy public debate. Under the proposed legislation (A 2778/S 1081), up to … Read More>>

Greater Sage-Grouse, Noppadol Paothong

Statement: Sage Grouse Management Plans and ‘Not Warranted' Finding for ESA Protection

September 22, 2015

Contact: Steve Holmer, 202-888-7490, (Sept. 22, 2015) Federal management plans unveiled today are crucial for the conservation of the Greater Sage-Grouse. They protect sagebrush habitat from industrial development and wildfires, and adopt new management standards that advance conservation and habitat restoration across over 50 million acres of the species' range on public lands. These Bureau … Read More>>

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