wildlife corridors

Deer Posing for Camera by VTFWS

What Do Culverts and Lemons Have in Common?

As a society largely dependent on transportation infrastructure for the movement of people, goods, and services, the negative ecological consequences of transportation are inevitable. From noise and chemical pollution to …

Big horn sheep. Photo by Steve Woodruff

U.S. Sheep Station in Conflict with Wildlife

Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding national forests and wilderness areas of central Idaho are some of the nation’s wildest country. Two of the greatest wildlife habitats in this region …

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NWF Launches #SaveLACougars Campaign

Two years ago, I read the story of P-22, the mountain lion living in the middle of Los Angeles and immediately became intrigued. How could this big cat be surviving …

Moose and calves crossing road, Alaska

Photo of the Day: Moose Crossing

Create Safe Pathways for Wildlife On U.S. highways, a vehicle hits an animal at least every 26 seconds. The National Wildlife Federation is working to create corridors for wildlife to …

George Gay, from National Wildlife Federation's Northeast Climate Change Program

From Father to Son, a Love of Conservation

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3 Fantastic and Unique Ways to Celebrate Wildlife

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Watch Adorable Video of Bear Cubs Playing in Road: We…

Elk in Washington state's Snoqualmie area in a photo by Robert P. Martin

Five Things You Should Know About Wildlife Corridors

Beginning in the early 1900s and continuing for much of the 20th century, conservationists focused on protecting core areas for wildlife—biologically diverse habitats designated as wildlife refuges, wilderness areas, parks …

Wildlife Need Safe Crossings

A Moose Stole the Show: People and Wildlife Need Safe Wildlife Crossings

I can tell you “this just doesn’t happen”. Conservationists don’t organize a press conference to bring attention to a critical wildlife crossing and end up causing a traffic jam. Not even close…

Make Solar Energy Wildlife Friendly!

I’m a big believer in renewable energy and reducing pollution that leads to climate change, but I’m also a big believer in protecting wildlife habitat.  So, what’s a person to …

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