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Why It’s Tough for Fish in the Susquehanna These Days

2/5/2016 // By Jill Witkowski

If you’re a smallmouth bass in the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania, chances are you’re pretty lonely these days. After a population crash in 2005 where fewer young bass were surviving into adulthood, fisherman also noticed that smallmouth bass are being …

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Wildlife Conservation in the U.S. and Southeast Asia

2/5/2016 // By Sarah Bates

Last month, the National Wildlife Federation’s educational and conservation-based mission traveled with me to Laos and Vietnam. Through a professional exchange sponsored by the U.S. Department of State by the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) and managed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield …

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Searching for Signs of Winter

2/2/2016 // By Melissa Gaydos

To many New Englanders, winter is defined in inches – inches of snow that is. By that account, you wouldn’t be surprised that winter has so far come as a disappointment to many, but especially to winter sport enthusiasts. Yes, …

Weekly News Roundup: Take the Pledge, Camp for Wildlife and more

6/26/2015 // By Linda Argueta

For the 11th year, the National Wildlife Federation is celebrating the Great American Campout! Officially kicking off on June 27, the widely popular nationwide event encourages people of all ages to get outdoors and camp! Not sure where to camp? …

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Urban Wildlife: Ranger Rick and P22 Kayak the LA River

6/23/2015 // By Beth Pratt-Bergstrom

People driving over the Burbank Bridge in Los Angeles on Friday might have noticed something strange: a raccoon and a mountain lion kayaking down the Los Angeles River. When people think of Los Angeles, the second largest city in the …

Weekly News Roundup: Celebrating National Pollinator Week and more

6/19/2015 // By Linda Argueta

This week marks National Pollinator Week and the National Wildlife Federation is taking this opportunity to educate our supporters on our need for pollinators. As we all know, pollinators are in trouble and in need of your help. Check out …

Weekly News Roundup: Celebrating Wins for Wildlife and more

5/8/2015 // By Linda Argueta

Bison are celebrating a great victory this week! On Monday, Montana Governor Steve Bullock vetoed a bill that would have doomed the species’ chances to freely roam their native habitat in the state. Thanks to Governor Bullock and your support, …

Weekly News Roundup: Standing up for Wetlands, Streams & more!

4/17/2015 // By Linda Argueta

Wildlife like river otters depend on clean water and healthy rivers to live. Without clean water, we are putting countless river otters and other wildlife in danger. Right now, members of Congress need to hear your voice! Urge them to …

Weekly News Roundup: Wildlife Still Struggling and more

4/3/2015 // By Linda Argueta

Gulf wildlife are still suffering five years after the devastating Deepwater Horizon disaster, according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation. Five Years & Counting: Gulf Wildlife in the Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster explains how Gulf …

Weekly News Roundup: Celebrating Women in Conservation!

3/6/2015 // By Linda Argueta

As many of you already know, March is Women’s History Month. Throughout history, women in conservation have played a vital role in the success of the environmental movement. This March, the National Wildlife Federation will be recognizing women who have …

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