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Not Just the Birds and Bees – 6 Fast Facts About Pollinating Bats

6/18/2014 // By Guest Author

By Micaela Jemison The birds and the bees may rule the daytime, but as soon as the sun sets, it is the bats that get to work pollinating.  Worldwide, over 500 species of flowers in at least 67 plant families rely […] Read more >

By shooting close to the ground, photographer Rolf Nussbaumer  Western Diamondback Rattlesnake image is larger than life!

5 Last-Minute Steps to Enter the National Wildlife Photo Contest This Weekend

7/19/2013 // By Avelino Maestas

If you hadn’t heard, the deadline was extended for the National Wildlife Photo Contest. Hopefully this will give many of you the time you need to complete your entries and ensure you have a chance at that grand-prize trip to […] Read more >

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Beekeeping Offers a Connection with Nature

6/20/2013 // By David Ruckman

NWF’s lead online developer shares memories of his beekeeping hobby. Read more >

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40 Flowers From My Neighborhood

5/22/2013 // By Carla Brown

To celebrate Garden for Wildlife month, I get inspired by flowers from my neighborhood. Read more >

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Inauguration Cherry Blossoms: A Harbinger of Climate Impacts to Come

1/22/2013 // By Bruce Stein

Making my way across the grounds of the Washington Monument yesterday to witness Barack Obama’s second inauguration, I came across a disconcerting sight. Lulled by unseasonably warm temperatures and a false sense of spring, the pale pink petals of young […] Read more >

Wildflowers in Glacier National Park, Montana

Photo of the Day: Wildflowers in Glacier National Park

4/2/2012 // By Rachel Stemen

Explore the Outdoors! Enter a city, state or zip code to search for parks, campgrounds, and other wild places with NatureFind. This Photo of the Day was donated by a participant in the annual National Wildlife Photo Contest. See more […] Read more >

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How to Make a May Day Basket

4/25/2011 // By Guest Author

Kids can celebrate May 1 by leaving a flowery surprise for neighbors, teachers, and friends. Read more >

National Wildlife Week: Friday Frogs And Flowers

3/19/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

Spring officially starts this Saturday, March 20—mark the occasion by continuing to celebrate the 73rd annual National Wildlife Week! Because it’s Friday, and I’m big on alliteration, let’s take a closer look at flatlining frogs and fantastic flowers.
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50+ Nature Words Taken Out Of Dictionary

3/5/2009 // By Anne Cissel

Picture this: A father and son are walking home from school. The boy bends down to blow on a dandelion. A classic image of childhood, wouldn’t you say? Once home, the father reaches for a children’s dictionary — the one […] Read more >