The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of America’s last wild places, home to polar bears, caribou, wolverines, musk oxen, and over 200 species of migratory birds. Right now, Congress is considering a budget resolution that would begin a process to open this iconic landscape to damaging oil and gas exploration and extraction that could have significant, long-lasting, and widespread impacts on the survival of wildlife.
Your senators need to hear from you now. If we fail to act, irreplaceable habitat where polar bears den, caribou raise calves, and unique animals roam free could be permanently damaged.
Tell your senators today: protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from oil and gas exploitation!