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A young photographer takes pictures of an insect in a tree. Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Anne Girton.

Help NWF and Disney Junior Plant 5,000 Trees for Wildlife

9/24/2013 // By Aislinn Maestas

Disney Junior and National Wildlife Federation are working together to plant 5,000 trees across America! You can help us by visiting and telling us where you would like to plant a tree. For every 10 participants, National Wildlife Federation …

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Weekly News Roundup- September 13, 2013

9/13/2013 // By Anne Goddard

What’s happening at National Wildlife Federation this week? A Sticky Situation. Developing Story : Honolulu Harbor Molasses Spill Deadly for Fish, Marine Life. The Case of the Missing Martins. Has Virginia’s purple martin population disappeared for good? Protecting Brown Pelicans. …

40 Green Leaves from my neighborhood

40 Green Leaves

5/15/2013 // By Carla Brown

For Garden for Wildlife month – 40 green leaves from my neighborhood to celebrate that we have been gardening for wildlife for 40 years.

National Wildlife Photo Contest entry by Helen Anderson.

Seeds of National Wildlife Week Sprout for Earth Day Celebration

4/18/2013 // By Eliza Russell

While celebrating National Wildlife Week in March, we told you about the many roles of trees in the lives of wildlife. Birds, insects and critters — from the diminutive shrew to the huge moose — rely on trees, just as we do …

Collared Lizard by Sarah Waterworth

How Sunshine Powers the Lives of Wildlife

3/30/2013 // By Dani Tinker

Solar power is cool. Well, I guess technically it’s hot. Either way, the sun is not only involved with creating energy for us, but it plays a critical role in powering the lives of wildlife. Here are a few ways …


Florida Tree Planting Event Lands a Special Guest Star

3/22/2013 // By Guest Author

Guest post by Bruce Brown, the Director of the Florida Scrub-Jay Consortium in Clermont, Florida. Here at the Florida Scrub-Jay Trail in Clermont Florida, we kicked off National Wildlife Week two days early and spread it out over the next seven days …

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Twenty-Five Years in the Mud: How a Quirky Little Fish Changed My Life

3/21/2013 // By Guest Author

Sometimes it is the smallest things that are life-changing: the simple act of placing four little fish in a bucket led to over 25 years of research and insights into the remarkable life of a very unusual fish.

Volunteers plant trees for nature center in West Atlanta

Trees, Wildlife and Water – Celebrate National Wildlife Week

3/19/2013 // By Kevin Coyle

Yesterday I wrote about trees and National Wildlife Week for the National Aquarium’s WATERblog. Trees have a complex and dynamic relationship with water that impacts wildlife and habitats. Here’s an excerpt: Urban areas experience increasing amounts of paving and land development …

Douglas fir trees in Oregon. Flickr photo by Tom Brandt.

Welcome to National Wildlife Week!

3/18/2013 // By Nicole Rousmaniere

The start of spring means it’s also time to celebrate National Wildlife Week: a 75-year-old tradition! At this time each year National Wildlife Federation celebrates wildlife and suggests actions we all can take to help safeguard wildlife and their habitat. National …

Aspens in Grand Tetons National Park. National Wildlife Photo Contest entry by William Wiley.

Take Action for Wildlife and Plant a Tree!

3/15/2013 // By Eliza Russell

Spring is the perfect time to get outside and help local wildlife.  This year, National Wildlife Federation is celebrating the 75th Anniversary of National Wildlife Week  by calling all students — pre-school through college — to make a difference for wildlife …