New York Bans Wildlife Killing Contests, Becomes Tenth State To Do So

December 22, 2023

ALBANY, New York—Today Gov. Kathy Hochul signed critical legislation (A.2917/S.4099) ending wildlife killing contests for coyotes, foxes, bobcats, squirrels, raccoons, crows and other species in New York. This historic new law prohibits…

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Howl-o-ween Event A Scary Good Time

October 31, 2023

This past Saturday, the Women’s Wolf Pack, a women’s advocacy group focused on environmental causes, hosted a special Howl-o-ween event, the proceeds of which went directly to the Wolf Conservation…

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Love Connections Abound with the Onset of Coyote Breeding Season

February 4, 2023

Love is in the air! For coyotes, at least. January through March is breeding season for this monogamous canine. Coyotes rely heavily on their mates for survival and form strong…

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Celebrating 50 Years Of The Endangered Species Act

February 2, 2023

For Immediate Release, February 2, 2023 Contact: Stephanie Kurose, Center for Biological Diversity, (202) 849-8401 x 103, Derek Goldman, Endangered Species Coalition, (406) 370-6491, Perry Wheeler, Earthjustice, (202)…

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Happy International Vulture Awareness Day!

September 3, 2022

A dark silhouette flies high overhead, wings outstretched, delicately teetering in the wind. It circles over roadways and fields, silently surveying. Sometimes a group of them descend to the ground,…

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A Hollowed Log Teems with Local Wildlife

August 25, 2022

At the edge of a suburban backyard lies an old woodpile, left there by previous homeowners years passed. This woodpile may appear unremarkable to some, but to the local wildlife…

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