January, 2018

Brooklyn Students Build Beaver Dams

In December 2017, Diane Corrigan – a wildlife enthusiast and early childhood science teacher at PS 179 in Brooklyn – came upon an article about how a family of beavers …

Home and garden photo by Linda Ferich

One County’s Path to Becoming a Wildlife-Friendly Community

Within the past year, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania has undertaken a huge public outreach and engagement campaign with the goal of attaining National Wildlife Federation’s esteemed designation as a wildlife-friendly community. …

“Bomb Cyclone”: Why We Need Natural Storm Defenses

What do beachfront homes and businesses, sand dunes, and snowy owls have in common?  They’re all at risk from increasingly intense winter storms. Early January’s bomb cyclone wreaked havoc all …

Schools in Delaware Are Making Big Strides

“Going Green has changed our school and the way our students learn and live.” Leona Williams, a fourth grade teacher at Forwood Elementary School in Wilmington, Delaware, reflects on how …

What’s on the Horizon for the Great Lakes in 2018?

Three Tips to Create Your Own Homegrown Habitat

United to Save Grasslands Habitat

A Sneak Preview of 2018 Conservation

The past year left many people wondering about the future for wildlife in America. We saw the Trump Administration wreak havoc on our land, water, and air, rolling back regulations …


Wildlife Alert: Is Your Member of Congress on The List?

If you like wildlife, and if you care that we protect America’s wildlife for generations to come, then make sure your Member of Congress is on The List – specifically, …

A Wild Year for the Whooping Crane

The whooping crane is one of North America’s most majestic birds. Standing five feet tall, with a seven-foot wingspan, the bird’s snow white plumage, black legs, and red spot on …

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