Wildlife & Ecology

Explore the articles and maps below to learn the impact of fracking on wildlife and ecology. Oil and gas activities can harm endangered species, critical habitats, watersheds, and ecosystems by polluting the air and water, installing disrupting infrastructure such as roads or pipelines, creating noise and light pollution, and more.

FracTracker Articles & Maps – Wildlife & Ecology

Learn about the impact of fracking on wildlife and ecology through visualizations such as maps, digital atlases of critical watersheds, and aerial photography.

The Falcon: High Consequence Areas & Potential Impact Zones

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Part of the Falcon Public EIA Project In this segment of the…

The Falcon: Protected Habitats & Species of Concern

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Part of the Falcon Public EIA Project Major pipeline projects…

Falcon Pipeline: Cumulative Development & Compounded Risks

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Part of the Falcon Public EIA Project In this final section…
Drilling on PA state lands

Energy development is happening on your state lands, Pennsylvania

Decisions to drill or mine on public lands, however, are often…
Sandhill Crane

Giving Voice to the Sandhill Cranes: Place-based Arguments against Keystone XL

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By Wrexie Bardaglio, guest commentator When we hear his call,…
Indian Creek - Part of Bears Ears National Monument

Nationally treasured federal lands face threats by oil, gas, and other extractive uses

The United States is blessed with some of the most diverse…

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