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The Fascinating Things About Creatures That Swim

3/15/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

With the 2011 National Wildlife Week theme of “animals that move us,” we have dedicated Wednesday to take a closer look at swimming.  Wildlife species of all kinds swim, and many have their own unique styles, speeds and approaches. Among the […] Read more >

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National Wildlife Week on Today Show

3/15/2011 // By David Mizejewski

It’s National Wildlife Week!  The theme this year is “Animals That Move Us” and each day we’re releasing a new, free poster all about different groups of wildlife that move in different ways.  Yesterday’s poster was about wildlife that fly, […] Read more >

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Wildlife That Move Us: A Week-Long Celebration

3/14/2011 // By Kelly Senser

IN 1938, PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT helped National Wildlife Federation launch its first National Wildlife Restoration Week. Held annually ever since, National Wildlife Week (as it is now known) is the Federation’s longest-running education program. Though its topic of focus […] Read more >

A Family for the Future of Wildlife

1/24/2011 // By Larry Schweiger

“For the nature of tomorrow, we must be the change that the world desperately needs today”  Also posted on National Wildlife magazine: I HAVE LONG THOUGHT of the National Wildlife Federation as part of my family. After all, the organization […] Read more >

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10 Ways NWF Has Helped Your Children

1/20/2011 // By Roger Di Silvestro

This year, NWF celebrates the 75th anniversary of its founding as a coalition of conservation groups seeking to make the nation safer for wildlife and wild places. NWF focused early on the need to educate America’s future generations about conservation. […] 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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National Wildlife Week: Thursday’s Tiny Treasures Think You’re The “Creepy” One

3/18/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

It’s National Wildlife Week, and we hope today’s post won’t make you too scared to look under that rock in your yard. There may be creepy crawlies (a.k.a invertebrates) living underneath, but believe me, they are more scared of you. […] Read more >

National Wildlife Week: Wild Wednesday’s Green Mutants!

3/17/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

I personally haven’t had any Irish luck finding four-leaved mutants, have you? Have a wild, wonderful St. Patrick’s Day and National Wildlife Week! Read more >

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How to Experience Nature in the City in Seven Days

3/16/2010 // By Mary Quattlebaum

Nature in the city? Nothing, nada, zip. Or at least that’s the popular myth. The reality is abundant, quirky, intriguing, green (and pink, brown, gray, black, sleek, furred and feathered). The reality is kids at public parks and urban nature centers. […] Read more >

National Wildlife Week: Tuesday Tweets (not that kind)

3/16/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

Tuesday Tweets, the second post in our National Wildlife Week series, hopes that after you retweet this blog post you’ll shut it down and take your lunch break outside. But first, check out these birds that make ridiculously long migrations annually. Read more >