November, 2010

National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 30th, 2010

Today’s news has species updates, Interior Department activities, wolves, seals, detectives and a cool wildlife bridge:   Canada’s new species-at-risk report card shows little progress: http://bit.ly/ecuN4w Plans for the reintroduction of …

(VIDEO) Enviros Launch Ads Attacking Dirty Tar Sands Pipeline

A coalition of conservation and environmental groups that include NWF are calling on President Obama to put the brakes on the rush to rapid tar sands extraction that is polluting …

Campuses Save Money and the Environment With Zero-Waste Events

For many schools, zero-waste events are the first target they achieve in becoming a zero-waste campus.

Colleges Turn to An Array of Alternative Fuels

When it comes to on-campus renewable energy installations, certain types are more common than others.

Past Chill Out Contest Winners Parlay Achievement into $$$

Outdoor Time Helps Kids Get Sunshine Vitamin

Marking a Milestone for a Special Place

National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 29th, 2010:

Endangered species are prominent in the news today along with a unique backyard wildlife study and a “hairy enigma.”   See below:   Aboriginal knowledge will help to save the world’s caribou: …

Add Wildlife To Your Holiday Wish List

As the weather turns cold and you begin to ponder your Christmas wish list, don’t forget to add something to help out wildlife. While Santa may have a few more …

Mother Nature and Me: Feeling Thankful

At the beginning of November, my friend Debi of Go Explore Nature posted this update on her Facebook page: “I’m thankful for nature’s many splendors all year long, but the …

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