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Curious Fox at Bombay Hook NWR

Find Out Why These Ten Animals Are So Excited

Wildlife and clean water in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, and New Jersey got a boost last year when the Delaware River Basin Conservation Act passed and was signed by the President. The …

Happy Valentine’s Day: My Best Photos and Videos of Wildlife L’Amour

Love is in the air…and not just for people. Wildlife have their own rituals of l’amour, although they usually don’t involve boxes of chocolates or bouquets of flowers. To celebrate …

Mid-Week Refresh: Otters Chasing a Butterfly

Really, the title of this post says it all. We’ve gone otter-ly crazy lately at NWF, but who can blame us? If you need some more animal cuteness this week, …

Mid-Week Refresh: This Will Have You Running to the Zoo

When I was younger I loved going to the zoo. I would pretend that I had a close friendship with all of the animals; just like Mowgli and Baloo. Although …

Florida Panther

Proposed Riders an Assault to Wildlife

Otter in Yellowstone National Park

Weakening the Clean Water Act Would Be Otter Nonsense

California Sea Otter Population Declining

How Cap & Trade Would Help Wildlife (Or: Cap Pollution, Trade Otters!)

Over at The New Republic’s The Vine, Brad Plumer discusses how sea otters make the case for capping carbon pollution & allowing trading of pollution permits: Let’s say Congress enacted …

When Words Become Endangered: Oxford Junior Dictionary Removes Nature Words

Noted Washington naturalist Robert Pyle once asked, “What is the extinction of a condor to a child who has never seen a wren?” In other words, if children can’t recognize …

50+ Nature Words Taken Out Of Dictionary

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, …

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