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Wolf and two pups. Photo Credit: imageBROKER / Alamy Stock Photo

1.1 Million Acres Adopted for Wildlife, What’s Next?

Over the past fifteen years, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to eliminate conflict between wildlife and livestock on public lands- primarily those located within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, including Montana, …

Bison and Calf. Credit :Richard J. Baldes.

1st Wild Bison Calf Born on Wind River Reservation in More Than 130 Years

On Wednesday May 3, the first bison calf was born on the Wind River Reservation in well over 130 years. This momentous occasion follows the return of bison, traditionally called …

Road to the Final Fur Begins

This year, to celebrate National Wildlife Week, NWF will be traveling the road to the Final Fur. We’ve got 32 native North American species facing off for glory in the …

Our Favorite Wildlife Quizzes of 2016

As we look back on 2016, we are inspired by the generosity and passion of our supporters. We’re also quite impressed by your wildlife trivia expertise! Whether it’s wildlife crossings, who …

A Wild 12 Days of Christmas

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Wallowing in Politics

After 131 years, Buffalo Return Home to the Wind River…

Boy-Zhan Bi-Den: Buffalo Return

What was most incredible was that the wildebeests represented only a small fraction of the buffalo population that once existed in North America. The largest ungulate migration in the world …

Exploring the Vast Montana Prairie

It isn’t easy to describe the immensity of the prairie in north-central Montana, where the National Wildlife Federation is working to restore America’s largest, wildest herd of bison. I can’t …

Watch: Restoring Wild Bison

Celebrate the survival of America’s wild bison and learn what we can do to keep our national mammal coming back strong: Our prairies once thundered with the sound of millions of mighty bison hooves. …

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