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Congress: Protect National Park Endangered Species

From grizzly bears in Glacier to the spruce-fir moss spider in Great Smoky Mountains to the Florida panther in Everglades, national parks provide habitat for around 600 threatened and endangered species.

In the last few years, dozens of bills and amendments have attempted to weaken the law that helps keep our national park wildlife and plants protected -- the Endangered Species Act.

Tell your congressional representatives to protect national parks and oppose any changes to the Endangered Species Act.

*A personalized message to members of Congress is especially effective. Please explain below why protecting endangered species is important to you.

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The Florida panther (Puma concolor couguar), whose population dipped to 30 in 1995, today numbers between 150-200 in Big Cypress National Preserve and Everglades National Park. © Joedube717 | Dreamstime.com

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