Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
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There are more than endangered right whales being spotted in the waters off Cape Cod. Researchers also saw sei whales and a single bowhead whale, an Arctic species that rarely travels this far south.
There are more than endangered right whales being spotted in the waters

Unusual whale sightings on rise in Cape Cod Bay

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Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
Check these out! From eagles to bison to polar bears, these wildlife webcams have something for everyone!
Check these out From eagles to bison to polar bears these wildlife

11 Mesmerizing Live Wildlife Webcams You Can Watch Right Now

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Susan Lee
Gwen Clark Dudley
Daniela Paolo
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/22/2017 at 23:34. Facebook
Today, people from across the country joined together to march in the name of science. We're excited to share some photos from this amazing experience!
Today people from across the country joined together to march in the
Sammy Almaita
Carlynn Choppie Stevenson
Robin K. Naylor
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/21/2017 at 19:55. Facebook
Here's your chance to show support for the wildlife and wild places you love! Upload this special Facebook frame that shows you stand with wildlife.

Here's how you do it: On your cell phone, get to "Edit" your Facebook profile pic. Then select "Add Frame" and search for Defenders of Wildlife. That's all it takes - it's so easy!
Heres your chance to show support for the wildlife and wild places
Masami Kolbenschlag
Shannon Winters
Wendy Sue Stodder
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/21/2017 at 15:18. Facebook
In this week's Wildlife Weekly, two endangered turtles enjoy some time in the sun, the iconic bald eagle is thriving thanks to the Endangered Species Act, and our Northwest representative in Oregon led a hike with high school students along the Salmon River. Find out more:
In this weeks Wildlife Weekly two endangered turtles enjoy some time in

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up: 04/21/17

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Sammy Almaita
Sarah Paveglio
Benjamin Carson Wright
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/20/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
It's almost here! Are you ready to March for Science on Saturday in Washington, DC? It's not too late to sign up: [ Dfnd.us Link ]
Its almost here Are you ready to March for Science on Saturday
Mary Owens
Sue Chard
Sammy Almaita
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/19/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
"On Saturday, April 22nd, I’ll be with Defenders of Wildlife at the March for Science. As a former astronaut and administrator for NASA education, I’m deeply committed to saving wildlife and all of life on this beautiful ‘blue marble.'" NASA astronaut Leland Melvin describes why he is marching with us this weekend at the March for Science.
On Saturday April 22nd Ill be with Defenders of Wildlife at the

NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin to join Defenders for the March for Science

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Babette Lewis
Ramona Kochan
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/19/2017 at 00:12. Facebook
It's official: We're on Snapchat under the username DefendWildlife! Add us to get exclusive content that you can't find anywhere else, including a behind-the-scenes look at our work and other exciting developments!
Its official Were on Snapchat under the username DefendWildlife Add us to
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/18/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
We are live with Defenders' CEO and president Jamie Rappaport Clark for a discussion about threats to the Endangered Species Act, the fight for public lands, and the March for Science! We will also be taking questions and talking about current wildlife issues that impact endangered species across the country.
Kittie Mousekewitz
Mardi VanEgdom
Georgia Gillespie
Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife
04/17/2017 at 17:01. Facebook
It's National Bat Appreciation Day! Did you know that bats are the only flying mammals? Check out these other cool facts:
Its National Bat Appreciation Day Did you know that bats are the

Bats: “The Coolest Mammals on Earth”

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Richard MacLean
Missy Smith
Alice Miller
The loss of more permafrost would release more methane than scientists have previously predicted. That could worsen a dangerous climate feedback loop, whereby increased emissions cause greater warming and greater warming causes faster thawing of permafrost, which then releases even more emissions.
The loss of more permafrost would release more methane than scientists have

Climate change could destroy far more Arctic permafrost than we thought — which would worsen climate change

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Richard Doin
Christine Page
Jalene Eden
What does this mean for the future of the BLM, a federal agency that's charged with protecting more than 245 million acres of public land?
What does this mean for the future of the BLM a federal

US government swaps beautiful open countryside for giant coal mine

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Gwyneth Edwards
Reita Mills
Jalene Eden
North Pacific right whales are down to just hundreds of animals, with only 30 living in US waters in the eastern Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska.
North Pacific right whales are down to just hundreds of animals with

What you need to know about the critically endangered whale you’ve never heard of

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Richard Doin
Linda Newcomb
Cynthia Connors
The March for Science, which is just a week away, is an international celebration of science and the critical role it plays in our daily lives and in wildlife conservation. Learn more about this year’s festivities, which will take place on Earth Day!
The March for Science which is just a week away is an

Take a Stand this Earth Day and March for Science! - Defenders of Wildlife Blog

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Pat Mc Ginley
Join us for a Facebook Live event on April 18th! We'll talk about the Endangered Species Act, public lands, and the Science March.
Join us for a Facebook Live event on April 18th Well talk

Dialogue With Defenders

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Scott Rockholm
From coast to coast, we're bringing you Wild Sights, Defenders in Action, and more! Check out this wrap-up of wildlife stories from this week!
From coast to coast were bringing you Wild Sights Defenders in Action

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up: 04/14/17

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Benjamin Carson Wright
It's that time of the year again, when the sage-grouse and lesser prairie-chicken go to their ancestral breeding grounds and put on a show for potential mates. You've got to see this!
Its that time of the year again when the sagegrouse and lesser

Dance Fever!

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Miriam Iosupovici
Eric Hillyard
These may seem likes small steps, but how you live your everyday life can have a huge impact on endangered species around the world!
These may seem likes small steps but how you live your everyday

12 Things We Should All Do To Protect Endangered Species

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Matt Bateman
Danielle Agriopoulos
Peter Barnsley
We've already seen the negative environmental impacts of existing fences on the border for more than a decade. New additions to the wall would only exacerbate that problem, as they would divide ecosystems and cut off migration routes for species that are struggling to survive.
Weve already seen the negative environmental impacts of existing fences on the

The ecological disaster that is Trump’s border wall: a visual guide

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Wendy Henry Beyda
Matt Martin
Rusty Austin
The consequences of drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans are
stark and permanent. Even well-regulated oil drilling is a messy business, plagued by periodic spills and pollution that can poison wildlife.
The consequences of drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans are

Trump moves to open Atlantic coast to oil drilling for first time in more than 30 years

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Charlotte Olen-Derstine
Vicki Havice Wittmann
Mary Kroll-Burcroff