165,073 acres in Washington and Montana – one of our biggest land acquisitions ever. Your backyard just got a lot bigger.Forests for Our Future
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A giant Hill Country bat cave has been spared nearby development that bat experts feared would distress the famed flying night-stalkers.Helping Bats Thrive in Texas
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Once the center of Santa Fe’s hydroelectric activity, this New Mexico urban preserve is now a peaceful sanctuary brimming with wildflowers, willows, ponderosa pine, songbirds, deer and bear.
These natural "zombies" play a vital role in keeping nature—and people—strong and healthy.
Help The Nature Conservancy celebrate Halloween by casting your vote for one of these special creatures that will be featured on a Halloween Ecard!
Thanks to our great partners, Conservancy staff helped to release 27 of these adorable (and very endangered) critters back to where they belong: Colorado prairie land.
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