Wolverines are amazing mountain-scaling carnivores who desperately need your help to fight threats to their survival.
These ferocious forest critters depend on snow cover to migrate, find mates and raise their cubs — but climate change is diminishing the cold, snowy months in the places they call home.
Because of doubts raised by a few vocal states, the Service is questioning the climate science behind the protections wolverines so badly need.
Please take action now to urge the Service to put science before politics and protect wolverines before it’s too late.
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reopens comment on wolverine threatened status (missoulian.com)
- Alaskan Seabird Denied Protection Under Endangered Species Act (scienceworldreport.com)
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reopens comment on wolverine threatened status (ravallirepublic.com)
- Speak out at this public hearing on wolves in the West (denverpost.com)
- Texas calls for aid from Washington to put science into the Endangered Species Act (washingtontimes.com)
- Wolverines look strong, Shoelace gone (bigstory.ap.org)
- A Hastings-led howl against protecting wolves (seattlepi.com)
- Lynx decision halts timber sale in Sapphire Mountains (missoulian.com)
- PHOTOS: Crushing 6 tons of confiscated ivory (photos.denverpost.com)
- San Jacinto Mountains: Feds Sued for “Lack of Recovery Plan for “Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog” (capoliticalnews.com)