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Add Wildlife To Your Holiday Wish List

11/29/2010 // By Tony Caligiuri

As the weather turns cold and you begin to ponder your Christmas wish list, don’t forget to add something to help out wildlife. While Santa may have a few more weeks to pull together his list, the U.S. Congress has […] Read more >

Kayak Fishing Along the Gulf Coast

10/27/2010 // By Aislinn Maestas

More and more people are discovering a sporting life without dirty fossil fuel. On the coast of the Gulf, in the shadow of the drilling rigs, you can find sportsmen using paddle power to connect with nature and find the […] Read more >

Summer of Tears – A Commercial Fisherman Tours the Devastated Louisiana Coast

5/26/2010 // By Max Greenberg

Help ensure NWF has the funding needed to be on the front lines assessing the impact of the BP Oil Spill to wildlife The following is an account from commercial fisherman Michael Roberts of the devastation in the Gulf region […] Read more >

Protecting America’s Wild Places from Climate Change

10/20/2009 // By Miles Grant

A surprising constituency continues crossing party lines to support climate legislation — sportsmen: One of their worries, for example, is that the fowl they hunt might not migrate as far south if northern U.S. states become warmer. “If you go […] Read more >

Safeguarding Fish In a Warming World – The Warming Arctic

8/22/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

On Thursday, the Obama Administration approved the Fishery Management Plan for the fish resources of the Arctic. The plan prevents the expansion of commercial fishing into large areas of the sea where the ice has melted due to rising temperatures […] Read more >

Unusual Occurrence: Whale Sharks Off Alabama Coast

8/18/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Whale sharks, the largest of all fish, are rarely spotted and when they are – it is in deep water.  So what brings them to Alabama? Ben Raines at AL.com reports: “But for the last two weeks, the Alabama coast has been […] Read more >

Outdoor Kids: Dawn and Dusk

8/12/2009 // By Rebecca P. Cohen

Rebecca Cohen has a strategy for getting the family outside even on hot days. Find out what it is! Read more >

Time for a Salmon Plan That Works

8/3/2009 // By Robyn Carmichael

The salmon and steelhead that return to the Columbia and Snake Rivers are like no other fish in the world.  They migrate nearly 1,000 miles, connecting coastal and river communities from California to Alaska and inland to Oregon, Idaho and […] Read more >

Some Good News For Ocean Fisheries

7/30/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

A new study finds some signs of recovery from overfishing in several areas around the globe. Physorg.com reports: Scientists have joined forces in a groundbreaking assessment on the status of marine fisheries and ecosystems. The two-year study, led by Boris […] Read more >

Outdoor Kids: “Forced” Family Fun

7/23/2009 // By Rebecca P. Cohen

Forcing fun isn’t really possible, but when my kids are having trouble peeling themselves away from video games, I have been known to put my foot down and take them outside. After just a few minutes, they forget that I […] Read more >