Stories about defending our wildlife’s right to exist and thrive.
Colorado residents are howling for wolves to return
As Prop 114’s promise of paws on the ground draws closer, there is a profound sense of hope and excitement for the return of wolves
The doctor is in
Samantha Ruscavage-Barz lays down the law for the Wild as WildEarth Guardians legal director
NewsThe Wild SideWhy It MattersWildlifeRiversPublic LandsClimate + EnergyFeatured
We’re standing our ground for bighorn
Bighorn sheep are losing their footing, learn more in our latest issue of Wild at Heart
Planning for success: WildEarth Guardians’ Colorado Wolf Restoration Plan
WildEarth Guardians will not sit idle while the voices of the majority of Coloradoans who voted for wolves to return to the state are lost to the process
Leader of the pack
Guardians Senior Staff Attorney Jennifer Schwartz stands up for the wondrous wildlife of the West
Join our Colorado activist network
We’re building a people-powered movement across Colorado for wildlife coexistence, preservation of wild places, water equity, and climate justice.
C+E Show On HomeCO for Clean AirOpinionWildlifeRiversPublic Lands
Another big win for Canada lynx
After years of fed foot-dragging, threatened wild cats finally getting southern Rockies critical habitat needed for recovery
New Mexico public lands will be trap-free starting April 1
This victory took well over a decade of relentless pressure to achieve, and it belongs to everyone who took part in this campaign over the years.
OpinionThe Wild SideWhy It MattersWildlifePublic LandsFeatured
New Mexico teeters on the edge of a new era of coexistence
Roxy’s Law represents a critical marker on New Mexico’s path to reimagining how we perceive and live with the wildlife that makes this place special
Guardians and allies launch Silver State Wildlife coalition
Efforts to protect Nevada wildlife are ramping up just as the Nevada Department of Wildlife penalizes Good Samaritans who freed a trapped fox