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Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Updates

Bipartisan support for Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, H.R.4647 (Fortenberry and Dingell) continues to grow. Thanks to the hard work of Alliance members and individuals nationwide, 71 Members of Congress (33 Republicans and 38 Democrats) have co-sponsored, including 5 Texans, Rep. Kay Granger, Rep. Pete Sessions, Rep. Gene Green, Rep. Beto O’ Rourke and Rep. Henry Cuellar. 

Let’s keep up this terrific momentum – we all benefit if this landmark legislation is passed.

Texas would be eligible to receive more than $63 million per year, transforming efforts to conserve and restore more than 1,300 fish and wildlife species of concern here in the Lone Star State. Many impactful programs could be added or expanded — research, species reintroductions, habitat restoration, conservation easements, outdoor recreation and nature education.  

How To Reach Your Member of Congress


  • Go to your U.S. Representative’s website, find the contact form, and send your rep a message asking him/her to co-sponsor H.R. 4647. Use your own words or use the Draft Letter.
  • Tweet @ their Twitter handle
  • Post a message to their Facebook page
  • Call their office
  • Write a letter

You can also contact your Representative at National Wildlife Federation’s Action Page.


  • Contact us to find out how to get involved in regional planning teams


from the Texas Alliance for America’s Fish and Wildlife

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