Help save one of America’s great songbirds.
Texas is known for our Wild West spirit. But if several moneyed interest groups have their way, Texas will become much less wild. Several groups, backed by a former Texas Comptroller, have filed a petition with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to delist the golden-cheeked warbler from the endangered species list. The golden-cheeked warbler continues to be threatened by habitat loss and urban development. Add your voice to ours, sign the petition to save the golden-cheeked warbler, and together we can make a profound difference.
Recent Media Coverage
Threat to Tiny Golden-Cheeked Warbler Is Disputed in Texas, New York Times
UT expert doubts protections for endangered songbird will be lifted, Austin America-Statesman
How Texas fights endangered species protections, critter by critter, Austin American-Statesman
Keep golden-cheeked warbler on endangered list, Austin American-Statesman
Marshall: Keep Texas wild; stop assault on golden-cheeked warbler, Austin American-Statesman
George P. Bush calls for de-listing endangered songbird, Austin American-Statesman
Groups ask feds to take Central Texas songbird off endangered list, Austin American-Statesman
Illuminating the Plight of Endangered Species, at the Empire State Building, New York Times