It is estimated that there are fewer than 200 Florida panthers left in the world — and they are gravely threated by booming residential development and oil and gas operations in the Big Cypress National Preserve, their home in the Florida Everglades.
The Everglades' Big Cypress National Preserve is the Florida panther’s last defense against extinction. But the fossil fuel industry continues to target this national park unit for destructive oil and gas operations. Tell the National Park Service to keep Florida panther habitat protected and help bring these endangered panthers back from the brink of extinction.
Tell the National Park Service not to allow oil and gas development in endangered Florida panther habitat.
Deb Haaland, U.S. Secretary of the Interior
Protect the endangered Florida panther from Big Oil
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