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Each winter, small populations of monarch butterflies overwinter in Bolinas, California. With only 1,194 monarchs recorded overwintering on the coast this past winter, the number of Western Monarch butterflies overwintering on the California coast has fallen to a record low. To contribute to the efforts...

In Costa Rica, the National System of Protected Areas (SINAC)—responsible for the administration of the nation’s national parks, conservation areas, and other protected  areas in the country—published a new Official List of Endangered Species and with Reduced and Threatened Populations. The updated list includes three species...

The bipartisan Recovering American’s Wildlife Act was reintroduced in Congress recently. If passed, it would be one of the most significant investments in wildlife conservation in recent history. Benefitting thousands of species from becoming endangered, the proposed bill would fund efforts led by the states,...

For Immediate Release, May 11, 2021 Contacts: Joanie Steinhaus, Turtle Island Restoration Network, joanie@seaturtles.org Ethan Buckner, Earthworks, ebuckner@earthworksaction.org Rally to Stop the Dredging and Stop Oil Exports Set for Wednesday Matagorda and Lavaca Bays Threatened by Dredging GALVESTON SEAWALL, Texas—At noon on Wednesday fourth-generation shrimper, author, and activist Diane Wilson...