Tell Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to protect the sage grouse
For years, the greater sage grouse’s habitat has been burned and built over.
Over the past century, the endless expansion of development, oil and mineral drilling operations, and livestock grazing grounds has consumed vast swathes of the Northwest’s sagebrush country, cutting sage grouse habitat in half. Recent changes from climate change, including droughts and wildfires, are putting further pressure on this fragile habitat.
As a result, this iconic bird is becoming rarer and rarer. We need to protect it before it’s gone for good. That’s why I’m writing to urge you to restore the 2015 sage grouse management plan and protect the last remaining sage grouse habitat from development.