habitat restoration

black-crowned night heron

Healthy Creeks and Streams Help Urban Wildlife

I live in Austin, Texas, a city that defines itself, in part, by its many creeks. Barton, Boggy, Shoal, and Waller Creeks – just to name a few – are …

bison - American Prairie Reserve

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 …

El Yunque National Forest

Wildlife and People Hit Hard in the Caribbean

“During the hurricane everyone confronted different challenges—no one was exempt from this, including our wildlife.”  — Nathan González, the Puerto Rican Ornithological Society Hurricanes Irma and Maria scoured Caribbean habitats …

Gulf Oysters: A National Treasure, Providing Natural Defenses

When people on the Gulf coast think of an oyster, what immediately comes to mind are the big, juicy blobs on the half-shell. But oysters are not just a delicious …

Funds Flowing Seven Years After The Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster

Making a Difference for the Gulf of Mexico

porcupine

QUIZ: Show Us What You Know About Trees and Wildlife

Progress Towards Restoring the Gulf for Wildlife

Now that BP and the other oil companies have settled with the states and the federal government, there is roughly $16 billion dollars available for restoration. But even this enormous sum …

pileated woodpecker

Give Native Trees Today for Wildlife: Giving Tuesday

Update: On Giving Tuesday this year, we asked you to donate to help plant native trees for wildlife, and the response was truly inspiring! Friends of wildlife gave enough to plant …

porcupine

Nine Wonderful Ways Wildlife Need Trees

From seed to sapling, from regal beauty to rotting log, our native trees give life to a truly amazing range of wildlife. Living trees are an important food source for …

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