With one-third of U.S. wildlife species in decline, Congress needs to invest in conserving and restoring fragmented vital migration habitat across the country and on Tribal lands.
As crucial habitats continue to be carved up by housing, roads, fences, energy facilities, and other man-made barriers, animals are struggling more and more to reach food, water, shelter, and breeding sites.
The Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act will help Tribal Nations restore and protect habitat for so many species—from mule deer to turkeys—and help wildlife migrate environments altered by increasing human development, habitat loss, and changes to the climate.
Take action to help wildlife move in a changing world: send a message to your members of Congress, urging them to co-sponsor and pass the Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act.
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