Izaak Walton League of America, an organization dedicated to preserving the nation's natural outdoor recreational resources. The league seeks to prevent water pollution and soil erosion; protect forests; defend public lands against commercial exploitation; protect fish and wildlife; and encourage conservation education. The league publishes Outdoor America, a quarterly. The Izaak Walton League was founded in 1922 and named for the 17th-century nature writer. Membership is about 50,000. Headquarters are in Arlington, Virginia.
If it takes $1 million a year to save the California condor, how much would it take to save every endangered species? Is it possible, and how can we save species we don't even know exist?
Variety isn't just the spice of life; it's the currency of all well-functioning ecosystems great and small. What happens that currency is in trouble?