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Defenders of Wildlife is a leader in science-based, results-oriented wildlife conservation.

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  • Sunset on the Zumwalt Prairie, Wallowa County, Oregon.
  • Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus). Photo by Bruce Taylor, Defenders of Wildlife.
  • Marble Mountain Wilderness, California. Photo by Tupper Ansel Blake. Courtesy of USFWS.
  • Western snowy plover (C. alexandrinus). Photo by Tupper Ansel Blake.
  • Lost River sucker (Deltistes luxatus) in Sucker Springs, Oregon. Photo by Tupper Ansel Blake.
  • Zabriskie Point, Death Valley, California. Photo by Bruce Taylor, Defenders of Wildlife.
  • Marble Mountain Wilderness, California. Photo by Tupper Ansel Blake.
  • Sunset on Lower Klamath NWR, California. Photo by John and Karen Hollingsworth. Courtesy of USFWS.
  • Eastern hardwood forest.
  • Graywolf (Canis lupus). Photo by John and Karen Hollingsworth.
  • American Bison (Bison bison) in winter.
  • Oregon checker-mallow (Sidalcea oregana). Photo by Bruce Taylor, Defenders of Wildlife.
  • Western honeybee (Apis mellifera).

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About Defenders of Wildlife

Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants in their natural communities. Founded in 1947, Defenders of Wildlife is one of the country’s leaders in science-based, results-oriented wildlife conservation. We stand out in our commitment to saving imperiled wildlife and championing the Endangered Species Act, the landmark law that protects them.

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Defenders of Wildlife Portal Statistics

  • Last Update: Tue. Apr. 29, 2014
  • Number of Projects: 57
  • Number of Project Sites: 125
  • Conservation Actions: 95
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Defenders of Wildlife Portal Contact

Alli Barra Srinivas

Defenders of Wildlife
1130 17th Street NW
Washington D.C. 20036
Voice: 202-682-9400

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