NWF’s Northeast Regional Center is the region’s largest conservation organization, with more than 600,000 members and supporters in eight Northeast states. The team focuses efforts to build wildlife corridors, fight tar sands pipelines, and connect kids with nature through many school-based programs.

Thank a Wildlife Champion Today

You did it! We started National Wildlife Week with a challenge to add 10 new supporters in the House of Representatives for the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. We’re thrilled to …

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Turn the Tide for Turtles: Help Them Live to a Very Old Age

With their low metabolism and predator-proof hard shells, our native freshwater turtles are well equipped to live a long life.*  But traffic on roads slicing through habitats along with the …

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 …

“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 …


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

Climate Disruption Lit “Bomb Cyclone” Fuse

Offshore Wind Power is No Fish Tale

Protecting the Most Important Fish in the Sea

Update: If you are reading this post thanks to commercial fishing industry-funded organizations, we would like to inform you that the National Wildlife Federation supports the sustainable harvest of seafood, …

NYC Program Empowers Students to Evaluate Climate RiSC

Hurricanes on Steroids The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has broken all records in terms of the quantity and intensity of consecutive storms, their destructive power, and the toll on human life, …

A Win for Collaborative Conservation in the Northeast!

This blog is part of a series highlighting a dune restoration and beach access improvement project that NWF and its partners are engaged in on Plum Island in Newburyport, Massachusetts. It’s always …

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