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Witnessing Wildlife and Climate Out of Sync

Wildlife and climate are now frequently out of sync. These photos—all entries to National Wildlife magazine’s annual photo contest—show just a handful of the species struggling to adapt to an altered climate.

Eastern Towhee by Hal and Kirsten Snyder

Picturing Birds at Risk

Swifts, nighthawks and meadowlarks may sound like commonplace birds, but they share a troubling trait: According to the cover story of the February-March National Wildlife, the animals are among “hundreds of …

Red Fox - PhotoContest/Ian Murray

Capturing Emotion in a Photograph

National Wildlife magazine’s 2017 photo contest is now open and receiving hundreds of images from photographers across the globe. In honor of the contest, we are looking back at past …

Photo by Natural Learning Initiative

NWF to HOP to Remaking Children’s Outdoor Play

Recent research shows that young children who play outdoors in spaces that are specifically designed for 0-5 year olds actually garner more developmental benefits: They engage in 22% more physical …

Young explorers in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands

Growing Greener: The Wonder of Wild Places  

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Walking for Wildlife

Photo from USFWS

Waterways for Wildlife

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Engaging All Americans in Conservation

A survey of national park visitors in 2008-2009 commissioned by the National Park Service found that just over 20% of park visitors were minorities, yet minorities make up nearly 40% …

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