Can you imagine a world filled with more wildlife and wild places? So can we. And we’re working together to make it happen.
Every minute, we’re losing two football fields worth of wild lands, and too many animal species face extinction. It’s up to us to turn things around. We imagine an America with more mountaintops where all we see is forests below, with more rivers that flow wild and free, more shoreline where all we hear are waves. An America with abundant wildlife, from butterflies and bees floating lazily in your backyard, to the howl of a coyote in the distance, to the breach of a whale just visible from the shore. Together, we can work toward this better future.
The Latest on Wildlife & wild places
This Giving Tuesday: Protect our forests
The secret communities of trees
New protections for northern long-eared bats
Strengthening safeguards for our ocean sanctuaries
Offshore drilling and climate action don’t mix
What You Can Do
Tell Amazon: Don’t sell products with bee-killing pesticides
Call on Congress to prevent more gray wolf killings
Tell the FWS: Don’t remove protections for endangered Southern sea otters
The Great American Outdoors Act
Journey Through the Tongass
New Life for the Ocean
Join us on a hike — in photos — through three types of forests
America is home to more than 800 million acres of forests and woodlands — but not all forests are alike. Learn more about our boreal, temperate and tropical forests.
A third of the nation’s plants and animals are at risk of extinction
The biggest wildlife conservation bill since the Endangered Species Act would invest in helping America’s wildlife recover.
What America’s monarch butterflies need to thrive
Monarch caterpillars need habitat and food. Your state governor can support struggling monarchs by planting native species of milkweed on public lands.
Tens of thousand urge NOAA to save the Florida Keys and their wildlife
Home to North America's only coral barrier reef, the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary needs greater protections.
Students tell the Biden Administration to save the Florida Keys
Nearly fifty student and student-serving groups from coast to call on NOAA to expand protections for the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS).