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New Numbers Show Monarch Butterfly Populations Still in Trouble

The annual population status report for the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) has been released showing a 27 percent decrease from last year’s population. Populations of this once-common iconic black and …

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Cheers to Conservation

Earlier this year, we launched a new partnership with Laithwaite’s Wine to offer National Wildlife Federation members the opportunity to join the 4 Seasons wine club and support our conservation …

Children and parents were given planting instructions and signed pledge cards from NWF on how to plant and care for their trees. Photo from FWF

Giving A Community Trees for Wildlife

I contacted various organizations in North Florida near our office in Tallahassee, and the Iris Club of Wakulla County replied that they were eager to participate. Since 2004, the Iris …

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Four Ways to Provide Cover for Wildlife

Here are four different cover features that we offer via National Wildlife Catalog. I’ve personally reviewed each of these cover features to make sure the design is high quality. Even better, the proceeds from …

Photo by Grace Stiller

An Outstanding Habitat Steward

Photo by Laura Ravenhorst, National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant

Five Ways to Feed Birds

Buttonbush. Photo: Dani Tinker.

For Wild Bees, these Native Plants are Superstars

Milkweed attracts Monarchs at the Parenting Place. Photo courtesy of Loraine Bond

An Exemplary Garden for Wildlife

When we talk about gardening for wildlife, our focus is on creating habitat for birds, butterflies, amphibians and small mammals — not large and potentially dangerous or damaging species that are …

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