Our Films

In the award-winning documentary three former federal agents and a prominent Congressman blow the whistle on the strategically misnamed program within the USDA called Wildlife Services. They go on the record showing Wildlife Services for what it really is—a barbaric, unaccountable, out-of-control, wildlife killing machine that acts at the bidding of corporate agriculture and the hunting lobby, all with taxpayer dollars. Jane Goodall gave "EXPOSED: USDA"s Secret War on Wildlife" a rave review and wants millions to see it. "EXPOSED" also won and Best Wildlife Activism at the 2014 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival and Best Short Film at the 2015 Animal Film Festival

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Wolves were rescued from the brink of extinction over 35 years ago when they gained federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. Today the American wolf is again in grave danger. "The Imperiled Americal Wolf" explains the reasons wolves cannot be successfully managed by state wildlife agencies and makes a bold call for federal relisting of these important apex predators as endangered species. Learn more about Wolves at Risk.


Did you know that coyotes mate for life? Find out more interesting facts about these beautiful sentient beings. See Coyotes at Risk.



Watch Part 1 of this heartwarming story of a bobcat we named Freedom, who was rescued by our Executive Director, Brooks Fahy, from certain death in a snare that was illegally set on private property. 


In Part 2 of this heartwarming story of a bobcat we named Freedom, our Executive Director, Brooks Fahy, shares his thoughts after he saved the bobcat from certain death in a snare (see dramatic rescue in Part 1). We have been working for decades to ban dangerous and indiscriminate traps, snares and wildlife poisons. 


This short film features interviews with two victims of poisoning by M-44 sodium cyanide devices, which are used indiscriminately on public and private lands by the USDA Wildlife Services' lethal predator control program. Many pets have been killed by M-44s. The film also discusses another deadly poison used in wildlife control--Compound 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate). Just one teaspoon of Compound 1080 could kill 100 people. Learn more about M-44s and Compound 1080.

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