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Bears need room to roam in order to survive, but their habitat is decreasing daily due to land development, making them increasingly present on farms and ranches. Certified Wildlife Friendly® works with farmers and ranchers to provide a safe and spacious habitat in which bears and other animals can roam free.
You can help. This Gift That Gives More™ provides materials to teach farmers life-saving practices to coexist with wildlife.
The Secretary of the Interior must decide whether or not to allow the construction of a road through the remote wilderness of Alaska's Izembek National Wildlife Refuge. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has advised against the road, but Secretary Jewell has the final say regarding the protection of this important habitat.
Polar bear cubs spend their first winter barricaded in a snow den with their mother. After a few months of feeding and building strength, the cubs are ready for springtime in the outside world. In this adorable video, a gang of newborn cubs experience the world for the very first time.