Protecting Western landscapes and wildlife

Advocating for wildlife habitat as an important use of western public lands

Here in the Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific region, we have a long history of successfully protecting western landscapes and wildlife by advocating for wildlife habitat as an important use of western public lands. Learn more about our current work below.

Cluster of bighorn sheep in road

Animals need to move to survive and so do we. As a result, car collisions that involve wildlife are all too common. The consequences are considerable and statistics are sobering, in terms of highway safety, human injuries and escalating costs. But there’s good news. The Montana Wildlife and Transportation Partnerships has published a planning tool to turn these numbers around.

Restoring America's Riverscapes

Working with Nature for a Sustainable Future: Discover how embracing natural processes, restoring beaver habitats, and working with river ecosystems can transform our western streams and watersheds.


NWF in partnership with NRDC