The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service calls the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's Coastal Plain "the center for wildlife activity." However, the Coastal Plain is the epicenter of the drilling debate, and right now, this land is not permanently protected!
This means that grizzlies, caribou, wolves and more than 200 other wildlife species may lose their vital habitat if we don't act now to protect this critically important environment. Send a letter urging your members of Congress to support wilderness protection for the coastal plain, and ensure the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge remains forever wild.