Mammals

Teshekpuk Lake is home to a variety of species. The Teshekpuk caribou herd has at least 45,000 individuals. Grizzly and polar bears wander the unspoiled plains that surround the lake, and solid populations of America's gray wolf thrive there as well.

These animals, the wild character of America, and the recreational oportunities that come with them are all in danger. Though these animals and this special area have been protected in the past, our government is now allowing ConocoPhillips to purchase gas leases under their habitat.

Help prevent this from happening by emailing the CEO of ConocoPhillips and the U.S. Secretary of the Interior with the form below.

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