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Test Your Wildlife and Waterway Wits
Do you know what percentage of rivers are federally protected? How do dams affect rivers? Dive in to see how much you know about waterways and migration corridors.
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FACT OF THE MATTER
242 miles
Longest recorded mule deer migration in the lower 48 states
Speak Up: Protect a National Treasure From Mining
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah continues to face a series of assaults on its protection status. The latest: a resource management plan that would allow mining and drilling. Use your voice to protect this historically and culturally significant fossil site.
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Protected Migration Routes Help Wildlife, Drivers
State policymakers are identifying where vehicle collisions occur with migrating wildlife. The goal? Transportation infrastructure policies that would save the lives of animals and motorists.
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Oil, Gas Threat to Colorado Wildlife and Economy
Under the Bureau of Land Management's latest resource management plan, 98 percent of public land in Colorado's Royal Gorge—a thrill-seeker's paradise—could be left open to oil and gas development.
LATEST THREAT
Federal Plan Threatens Idaho Lands and Rivers
The BLM has released its draft resource management plan for 700,000 acres of land and 280 miles of rivers in Idaho—potentially jeopardizing wildlife habitat for the next two decades.
WHAT’S AT RISK
IN THE MEDIA
Grant County Votes to Support a Wild and Scenic Gila River
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Alaska's Tongass Is in Peril Again
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Sen. Bennet Requests Hearing on Public Lands Bill
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