Conservation

The Unknown Story of the Mighty Muskoxen

Muskox, just say it out loud…muskox. In addition to being one of the greatest words (subjectively) to speak in the English language, it’s also a large arctic mammal known for …

swift fox

Saving the Swift Fox Took Swift Action

A swift fox races the prairie sunset at a breathtaking pace of 30 mph. Nearby, her kits curl up safe and snug in their den. Thanks to proactive conservation led …

Photo of the Simi Valley fire in CA via US Air Force

Wildfire in a Rapidly Changing World

The fires burning in Southern California are dominating an already full news cycle. Apocalyptic photos of the glowing red hills surrounding Los Angeles freeways and communities seem like CGI imagery …

Could Your Morning Shower Impact Orangutans in Indonesia?

“Have you showered or brushed your teeth today?” Hopefully that’s very easy for you to answer. But this simple question serves as an entry-point to a complex topic: orangutan conservation. …

sea turtle

States Take the Lead on Climate

After the wave of elections in early November, it is clear that states are ready and willing to take the lead in protecting wildlife and people from the threat of …

Blackwater River, Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, West Virginia

A Voice from Coal Country

On October 9, 2017, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the beginning of a process to repeal the Clean Power Plan – the nation’s first federal measure to reduce deadly …

sea otter

No Cake (or Clean Water, Air, Environment) for Wildlife!

On the campaign trail and even since his election, President Donald Trump claimed to want to preserve “clean air and crystal clean water” for all Americans. But apparently his transition …

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Refuge or Oilfield?

America, If we do not stand up for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge right now, we will lose it. Arctic wildlife, like polar bears, the Porcupine caribou, and millions of …

Bison photo via US National Park Service

Rocky Mountain Region: 2017 In Review

At the National Wildlife Federation we strive to unite all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world. This means we have the distinct pleasure of connecting people …

Giving Tuesday – Trees for Wildlife

How Do Trees Help Nature and Wildlife? Trees absorb pollutants through their leaves. In fact, one tree can absorb more than a ton of carbon dioxide in its lifetime! They …

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