USA: Trump and Congress just sold out the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


Dear Mark,

They’ve done the unthinkable.

Congress just sold out the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge – and all the wildlife that depends on it – to pass tax reform.

The Trump administration and Congress’ ugly pursuit of profits at any cost is putting wildlife and wild places in serious jeopardy – and Alaska has become the rallying point for their anti-wildlife agenda.

Help us protect this incredible landscape and wildlife habitat. Take our Triple Match Challenge and your gift will be matched 2-for-1, up to a total of $150,000.

The message from this administration and Congress has been clear: they think that wildlife and wild places are worthless – and they will stop at nothing to pillage Alaska’s incredible landscapes.

Help us fight to save Alaska’s priceless wildlife and wild places from destruction.

Alaska is known as “The Last Frontier” for its unrivalled wildness and the diversity of animals that call it home. It is habitat for caribou, snowy owls, Arctic foxes, wolves, and all three species of North American bears – polar, brown and black bears. Nearly 200 hundred species of migratory birds make their way to Alaska each year from all over the world.

But if Congress and the Trump administration have their way, these creatures and so many others will be left out in the cold.

Defenders won’t let wildlife pay the price for unrelenting greed and the reckless pursuit of profits – and we know you won’t either.

Give today and your contribution will have triple the impact for wildlife in jeopardy.


Jamie Rappaport Clark

Defenders of Wildlife








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