Help Save the Marbled Murrelet in Oregon
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Help Save the Marbled Murrelet in Oregon

Marbled murrelets

The marbled murrelet, a rare seabird that nests in coastal old-growth forests, needs your help.

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is considering increasing protection for the murrelet by changing its status from "threatened" to "endangered." These birds, which face threats from the logging industry and changing ocean conditions, badly need strengthened protections to escape extinction.

Using the form on this page, write the commission about your support for uplisting marbled murrelets.


Please take action by Dec. 29,  2017.

Photo of marbled murrelets by Guy Monty/Flickr.

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