Northern Rockies & Pacific

Restoring wild bison to their native grasslands, keeping salmon runs strong, fighting dirty fuels that threaten important habitat—all this and more are a part of NWF’s Northern Rockies and Pacific Regional Center daily work for wildlife and communities.

“Zombie” Wildlife Disease Needs Urgent Federal Action

Have you heard of a wildlife disease that turns deer, elk, and even massive moose into wandering, listless, zombie-like versions of themselves? Well, it not only exists, but has been …

Set a Price on Pollution, Protect Wildlife

Turning scientifically-supported climate policy on its head, the Trump Administration is considering a bailout of coal and nuclear plants that would essentially subsidize pollution. Under the banner of grid reliability and military …

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Giving Bison More Room to Roam on the American Prairie

The American Prairie Reserve is working hard to build the largest nature reserve in the continental United States—and is currently proposing to restore wild bison on 250,000 acres of wild …

Nurture Nature and the Next Generation of Conservationists

  |   May 30, 2018

Let’s face it. Baby seals are irresistible. These freckled, whiskered, precious little pups turn up on beaches, shorelines, boat ramps and other unexpected places. How did they get there? Usually, …

Taking Legal Action to Protect America’s Migratory Birds

Three Ways to Take Action for Monarch Butterflies

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Four Ways to Help our Hummingbirds Fly Home

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Will This Rare Hawaiian Forest Bird Go Extinct?

Read wildlife photographer Jim Denny’s story of the declining Hawaiian i`iwi and the lobelia flower that depend upon one another. Then, please join with the National Wildlife Federation and partners …

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Five Migrating Birds That May Stop in Your Yard

Right now, more than a hundred and fifty species of birds are on their way northward from tropical wintering grounds to take advantage of emerging insects, budding plants and an …

National Wildlife Federation Members, Supporters Share Experiences, Speak Out for National Monuments

“They feed my soul and rest my spirit.”   The effort by the current administration to undo and shrink national monuments, specifically in Southern Utah, is alarming. This stands as …

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