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Baltimore Oriole photographed by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Janice Sommerville

We’ve Always Been a City for the Birds

7/15/2015 // By Kim Martinez

Baltimore.  Home of the beloved Baltimore Orioles and affectionately known by residents as Birdland.  There’s no better place for the National Wildlife Federation to launch its signature Community Wildlife Habitat program, encouraging residents to Grow Together. McElderry Park is one of …

Giving away tree seedlings. Photo from North Carolina Wildlife Federation

North Carolina Plants Trees for Wildlife

6/24/2015 // By Guest Author

When National Wildlife Federation offered affiliates, such as the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, FREE native trees right before the busy Earth Day month of April, I ordered one thousand, optimistic that I could find homes for them considering we had …

2014 National Wildlife Photo Contest grand prize winner. Photo by Benece Mate

Help Wildlife with Your Photos

6/9/2015 // By Abby Barber

A picture is worth a thousand words. Whether you’re using professional digital cameras, film, smartphones or tablets, you can capture compelling images that will have a profound impact on wildlife. When you enter your photos in the 45th National Wildlife Photo …

Photo by Mark Brinegar.

Take the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

6/3/2015 // By David Mizejewski

The National Wildlife Federation is joining with dozens of conservation and gardening organizations as well as seed groups to form the National Pollinator Garden Network and launch a new nationwide campaign – the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. Designed to accelerate …

National Wildlife Week: Salmon Free in the Heart of Portland

3/10/2015 // By Jessie Yuhaniak

Oregon’s two largest spring Chinook salmon runs, located in the Columbia and Willamette rivers, connect in the city of Portland.Chinook salmon, a keystone species, are a source of great economic, ecological, and recreational value to Portlanders. The Association of Northwest …

Peregrine Falcon photo photographed by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Ted Glasoe

National Wildlife Week: Indianapolis’ KathyQ Introduces Social Media for Peregrine Falcons

3/9/2015 // By Jessie Yuhaniak

Indianapolis’ location along the Mississippi Flyway allows its residents to help provide habitats for migratory birds traveling along the river. The Indiana Wildlife Federation, located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, works for wildlife by promoting sustainability and the wise …

Barred owl

National Wildlife Week: Charlotte Attracts Extraordinary Wildlife Through Community Habitats

3/9/2015 // By Jessie Yuhaniak

In 2013, the Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves with Nature (CROWN) chapter of North Carolina Wildlife Federation launched the Charlotte Naturally initiative to get the city certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat.  Their efforts have paid off — the city has now …

Five Tips for Nesting Box Success

2/26/2015 // By Darcy McKinley Lester

As winter wanes and our thoughts turn to springtime, it’s time to think about nesting boxes for birds.  Many cavity nesting birds scout out and select nest sites starting in late February through May, so now is the time to begin making preparations. While …

Bald Eagle

Support Clean Water for Maryland’s Wildlife

2/24/2015 // By Hilary Harp Falk

Whether you are interested in Maryland’s wildlife because you love the sight of a bald eagle against the winter sky or because picking blue crabs is the best way to spend a summer afternoon, you know that clean water is …

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6 Ways the Clean Water Act Benefits You

2/3/2015 // By Maggie Yancey

The EPA is poised to finalize a rule restoring Clean Water Act protections to many of America’s streams and wetlands. But before this rule can protect us from pollution, the rule must first survive the new Congress. On Wednesday, February 4 this proposal–and the science behind it–will be under attack during a rare joint congressional hearing. If this rule is passed then fair and consistent safeguards will once again protect our drinking water supplies—our nation’s rivers, streams, wetlands and lakes.

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