NWRA’s reports highlight the National Wildlife Refuge System and threats facing America’s wildlife today:
Fiscal Cliff Dwellers: America’s Wildlife Refuges on the Edge
The NWRA-Chaired Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement (CARE), a diverse coalition of sporting, conservation and scientific organizations representing 15 million Americans, warns that unless Congress abandons the automatic Sequestration cuts scheduled to occur in January, the Refuge System could be forced to close refuges and eliminate popular recreational opportunities which many communities depend upon as economic drivers.
Read the report here.
NWRA’s Annual Report highlights the organization’s accomplishment for the fiscal year.
Each year the National Wildlife Refuge Association provides recommendations for Congress to keep our country’s fish and wildlife heritage strong. These priority actions will ensure that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, our national wildlife refuges and surrounding landscapes have the tools they need to protect habitat and wildlife from the many challenges they face such as pollution, invasive species, habitat fragmentation and climate change.
The NWRA-chaired Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement publishes a yearly report on the status of the Refuge System’s funding crisis.
Conserving America’s Great Outdoors: Fulfilling Theodore Roosevelt’s Crusade to Protect America’s Wildlife is NWRA’s report on how the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service can take a leading role in President Obama’s America’s Great Outdoors Initiative. Learn more about the initiative at AmericasGreatOutdoors.gov.
Read our report here.