Wildlife Promise is an online extension of our commitment to protect and restore wildlife habitat, confront global warming and connect people with nature. For the staff and friends of the National Wildlife Federation, it is also an opportunity to connect and engage with fellow wildlife enthusiasts as we embrace our promise to protect wildlife.
Our authors include staff throughout the organization including senior leadership, naturalists, education experts, magazine writers, policy experts and others that enjoy sharing their passion for wildlife with the online world. We also occasionally feature guest authors from leading online publications.
What You’ll Find Here
Just like nature and the wildlife we protect, our content is diverse. Here is some of what you will find as you read our blogs:
- Commentary on issues relating to our work and our mission
- News on activities and programs from the National Wildlife Federation
- Links to online resources and news about conservation and wildlife
- Experiences of our staff and members
We make it easy for you to keep up to date on everything we are doing. We hope you subscribe to our latest content and have it fed to your computer.
- You can subscribe to our blog’s latest content — and have it automatically fed to your computer — through our site wide RSS feed. If you do so, you can use a newsreader tool such as Google Reader or MyYahoo.
- If you are only interested in a specific subject, you can also subscribe to specific subject feeds on our Subscribe Page.
Participate and Engage
Wildlife Promise is a dialog and we hope you will become a vital part of our community. Beyond reading our posts and subscribing to our feeds you can:
- Comment on our blog posts – we encourage healthy dialog on the subjects that our writers covers
- Spread the word – We have several social media tools embedded in our blog that will help you share our posts and content including Twitter and Facebook.
The views expressed here and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and may not necessarily reflect the views of the National Wildlife Federation.