Members of the Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement (CARE) are touring the Arthur R. Marshall loxahatchee National Wildife Refuge for a first hand look at refuge managment in action. CARE is a national coalition of 21 wildlife, sporting, conservation, and scientific organizations. Together, these organizations represent a national constituency numbering more than 14 million Americans. Working together, and with the support of more than 200 refuge Friends groups, CARE educates Congress, the Administration and the public about America’s magnificent National Wildlife Refuge System. CARE also works closely with the Congressional Wildlife Refuge Caucus, a bipartisan group of 108 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from 34 states. Members of the Refuge Caucus recognize the intrinsic and economic importance of refuges and work together to secure strong investments to protect, conserve, and pass down these irreplaceable landscapes to future generations.