January, 2016

Climate Change is Having a Big Impact on Small Mammals

Climate change has arrived. The years of waiting and watching for the changes we were told to expect are over. We have seen drought, sea level rise, and melting glaciers. …

“Owl” Bet You Can’t Pass This Snowy Owl Quiz

Snowy owls typically live in the Arctic region, but sometimes they can be found in winter havens across the United States. Snowy owls need our support to overcome threats from climate change and …

"Moosing" presidential candidates

NWF “Moosing” Presidential Hopefuls in New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s moose are in big trouble, as are many other species of wildlife suffering from extreme impacts of climate change. As the New Hampshire presidential primary rhetoric ramps up, the …

Another Win for Wildlife: Request to Stay the Clean Power Plan Rejected

The good news for wildlife keeps coming. On January 21, a three judge panel on the United State Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected requests from states …

Affiliate of the Week: North Carolina Wildlife Federation

Orlando Wetlands Park Sunrise

Saving Coastal Fisheries and Habitat

Restoring Our National Mammal: Wild Bison in Yellowstone

The Olympics of the Conservation World: Coming to Hawai‘i

Do not let anyone tell you that dreams do not come true – this is a story about a dream that came true and that can change the future for …

Stamp Out Attacks on Public Lands

It’s hard to find words to describe the recent events in Oregon. Disgraceful, disappointing, infuriating – sentiments of public lands supporters across the country. How can a band of armed …

Equipping Students with Sustainability Knowledge and Career Skills

Interview with Meghan Fay Zahniser, Executive Director of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Meghan Fay Zahniser is Executive Director of Association for the Advancement …

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