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Birds and Wildlife Need You!

The only way we’ll be successful in our conservation efforts is with your help.

We know that lawmakers care about your views and opinions. As a constituent, you have a unique ability to convey your concerns about issues affecting birds, wildlife and their habitats — and be heard like no lobbyist here in Washington, DC.

Helping is easy, won’t take much time, and most importantly, will go a very long way in protecting our wildlife!

Current Advocacy Campaigns

Protect America's Eagles
Unless we act quickly, Bald and Golden Eagles face 30 years of death and injury at the hands of wind power companies. Tell Interior Secretary Jewell the issuing of a 30-year incidental take permit for wind farms is unconscionable--and must be reversed
Coordinated Assault on Endangered Species Act
America's strongest and most important law for protecting wildlife, the Endangered Species Act, is under a coordinated assault. Tell your members of Congress to oppose efforts to dismantle the ESA.
Drought Jeopardizes Western Birds
An unprecedented 15-year drought is drying out the Colorado River Basin, threatening the birds that live there. Email your U.S. Senators today and ask them to help our Western birds survive the drought.
Prevent Needless Migratory Bird Deaths
Millions of birds die unnecessary deaths each year because of deadly hazards such as uncovered oil pits. Tell the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that you support strengthening the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to prevent these unnecessary bird deaths.
Protect Birds from Climate Change by Reducing Harmful Methane Po
Methane is 25 times more dangerous than carbon dioxide for our climate. It is critical that we reduce methane pollution to reduce the threat of global warming and give birds a chance to survive in a warming world. Email the EPA today.
Support Bird-friendly Building Legislation
Building collisions kill millions of birds each year. A new bill would help reduce deadly collisions, by incorporating bird-safe building materials and design features into federal buildings.