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What’s Next for Senate Clean Energy Jobs Act?

10/14/2009 // By Miles Grant

I just stopped by the office of Joe Mendelson, the National Wildlife Federation’s global warming policy director, to get his take on this weekend’s game-changing guest editorial in the New York Times from Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) and Sen. Lindsey […] Read more >

Invasive Species Like Starlings Cost U.S. Billions – Fox News Interview

9/9/2009 // By David Mizejewski

Starlings and other invasive exotic species can be more than just an annoyance.  They out-compete native wildlife, cause significant agricultural damage, threaten public safety and ultimately have an enormous economic impact.  We currently spend $100 billion a year to control […] Read more >

Kathie Lee & a Kangaroo

9/2/2009 // By Miles Grant

The National Wildlife Federation’s David Mizejewski made his regular appearance on NBC’s The Today Show this morning, bringing a kangaroo, a baby tiger, and a desert fox with him: Read more >

Video: NWF’s David Mizejewski on The Today Show

8/7/2009 // By Miles Grant

National Wildlife Federation Naturalist David Mizejewski helps celebrate Hoda Kotb’s birthday with an array of amazing animals: Read more >

BBC Short Film Young Meerkats Up Close and Personal

8/5/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

BBC’s Simon King on location in Africa has worked for days and weeks to get a Meerkat family to accept him.  In this clip he is close enough to be used for family play and a nap.  See video clip >> […] Read more >

New Whooping CraneCam Comes Online

8/1/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Operation Migration’s CraneCam is now broadcasting live video around the world, offering watchers views of one of the world’s most endangered birds, the Whooping crane. Operation Migrations USA via PR.com reports: “Viewers can now watch live online as Operation Migration’s […] Read more >

Two-Minute Video: An AZ. Man Who Feeds Thousands of Hummingbirds (In A Day)

7/12/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Jesse Hendrix has a ranch in Arizona along the migration route for many species of hummingbirds.  During the peak of migration, as many as 9,000 hummers will visit him in a day and consume 13 gallons of nectar from his […] Read more >

What are Baby Raccoons Called…Besides Cute?

7/9/2009 // By Kristin Johnson

Last week, work stopped for a good half hour at the National Wildlife Federation’s headquarters in Reston, VA when a mother raccoon and four babies were spotted climbing precariously around a giant tree snag outside our office window. (See video […] Read more >

Baby Raccoons In NWF’s Backyard

7/1/2009 // By David Mizejewski

This morning at NWF’s headquarters in Virginia, a raccoon mom and her two babies were spotted in the enormous dead standing tree (called a snag) on the edge of the woods behind our building. The snag used to be a […] Read more >

‘Being Out There’ With Secretary Salazar (VIDEO)

6/24/2009 // By Anne Cissel

It’s amazing who you bump into in the woods on a Monday afternoon! First, some background: National Wildlife Federation joined the U.S. Department of the Interior at Monday’s kickoff of United We Serve – President Obama’s initiative to engage more Americans in serving […] Read more >