Save Grasslands for Black-Footed Ferrets
Black-footed ferrets were once declared extinct. Now, they are one of the most endangered species in the US. These ferrets play a crucial role in their ecosystem, as both predators that keep prairie dog populations in check, and as prey for animals like owls and coyotes. Black-footed ferrets rely on healthy prairies for survival, but much of their habitat has been plowed for cropland and destroyed.
Act now - Tell Congress to save vital grasslands for critically endangered black-footed ferrets.
Tell your members of Congress to fully support and help pass the North American Grasslands Conservation Act.
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