Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants in their natural communities. They are helping to conserve wildlife in the face of climate change by bringing the best science to address the problem, incorporating climate change into wildlife and habitat conservation planning, understanding specific threats through vulnerability assessments and making management recommendations. Defenders of Wildlife is committed to protecting wildlife across the nation and even across international borders. They have established offices in nine states and Mexico, in addition to the D.C. headquarters. Regional Offices are located in Bozeman, MT, Anchorage, AK, Tucson, AZ, Sacramento, CA, Denver, CO, St. Petersburg, FL, Boise, ID, Missoula, MT, West Linn, OR, and in Mexico, D.F.
Phone: (800) 385-9712
- Preparing Oregon's Fish, Wildlife, and Habitats for Future Climate Change: A Guide for State Adaptation Efforts
- Climate Change Adaptation Across the Landscape: A survey of federal and state agencies, conservation organizations, and academic institutions in the United States
- Integrating Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment into Adaptation Planning: A Case Study Using the NatureServe Climate Change Vulnerability Index to Inform Conservation Planning for Species in Florida
- Understanding the Impacts of Climate Change on Fish and Wildlife in North Carolina
- Climate Change and Federal Land Management - A Comparison of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFS), National Park Service (NPS), and U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Climate Change Strategies