Legacy and Financial Planning Newsletter

Welcome to our newsletter home page. Defenders of Wildlife has established The Tracks You Leave Behind newsletter to inform members about Defenders highlights, possible estate, tax and legacy giving ideas and the stories of those who have completed their own gifts. If you would like to sign up for "Tracks" please let us know.

Winter 2019 – Scientists Unite Agianst the Wall

Fall 2018 – Right Whale Wronged

Spring 2018 – Smart from the Start

Winter 2018 - What Does "Coexistence" Really Mean?

Fall 2017 - Protecting Our National Monuments

Winter 2017 - Tackling Illegal Wildlife Trade

Fall 2016 - Lobos in Limbo

Spring 2016 - Spotlight on the Southeast

Winter 2016 - A Leader's Legacy

Fall 2015 - Creating a Refuge, Defining a Legacy

Spring 2015 - Reflecting on Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction

Winter 2015 - Year in Review

Fall 2014 - Wolves in America's Southwest Struggle to Survive

Spring 2014 - Standing Strong for Wolves

Winter 2014 - Setting Wolves Free

Fall 2013 - Success of Wood River Wolf Project Continues!

Spring 2013 - 19 Florida Panthers Killen by Vehicles Last Year

Fall 2012 - Wood River Wolf Project Expanding

Winter 2012 - Some Good News for Wolves

Fall 2011 - Artic Wildlife at Risk

Spring 2011 - The Tracks you Leave Behind

Winter 2011 - Polar Bears in Trouble

Fall 2010 - Living with Wolves

Spring 2010 - Improving the Sea Otter's Odds

Winter 2010 - Successful Project Protects
Wolves–and Sheep, Too

Fall 2009 - Idaho Wolves Targeted in Deadly Hunt

Winter 2009 - Alaska's Wolves Still Under Attack

Spring 2008 - The Tracks You Leave Behind

Winter 2008 - Fighting for the Florida Panther

Fall 2007 - Six Decades of Speaking Up for Wildlife

Summer 2007 - Global Warming: Speaking Up for Wildlife

Winter 2007 - Defending Manatees from Florida's Downlisting

Fall 2006 - Saving Alaska's Wolves from Aerial Killing

Summer 2006 - Defending Idaho's Wolves

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