Protect Teshekpuk Lake

The Trump administration is at it again – they are seeking to put fossil fuel development and corporate profit ahead of all else – including wildlife and important habitat.

Teshekpuk Lake in Alaska is incredibly important for wildlife – polar bears make their dens there, migratory birds spend their summers along the shoreline and tens of thousands of caribou call it home. But in May, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke ordered a review of the federal management plan for the area, and now 3 million acres of wildlife habitat could be in serious jeopardy.

Tell the Bureau of Land Management to protect Teshekpuk Lake.

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