Save the Marbled Murrelet

This little puffin relative nests in old growth forests but spends most of its life at sea, where it ‘flies’ underwater in search of fish to eat.

Marbled murrelet populations have declined steadily as old growth forests fell to loggers’ axes. And the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission has uplisted the bird from ‘threatened’ to ‘endangered’ on the state’s endangered species list.

Take action today and tell the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission to take all necessary actions to help this endangered bird recover.

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