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Dynamic Wildlife Duos

We’ve all heard the sayings about human pairs, but wildlife pairs make for some adorable competition. And since this year’s National Wildlife Photo Contest is open as we celebrate Valentine’s …

Young explorers in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands

Growing Greener: The Wonder of Wild Places  

A rainy weekend in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands is an investment in the next generation Each fall, my family and I go exploring and camping with our close friends. This year, with …

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Walking for Wildlife

As part of Urban Wildlife Week which starts October 16, a group led by the National Wildlife Federation’s California Regional Executive Director, Beth Pratt Bergstrom and partners is embarking on an almost 50-mile hike to raise …

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Waterways for Wildlife

Several National Wildlife Federation programs support the waterways and habitats in these important lands. Here are a few of our favorites: Supawna Meadows National Refuge The Supawna Meadows National Refuge …

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Engaging All Americans in Conservation

Camden student shares horseshoe crab

Get Outside on Delaware River Waterways this Fall

Seattle Great American Campout. Photo by Courtney Sullivan/ NWF

Connecting First Time Campers with Nature

Photo by Simon Phipps, Flickr

DO Go Chasing Waterfalls  

Check out my top 5 favorites! Most Fun for Kids – Sliding Rock Waterfall Arrive early to experience this natural mountain waterfall outside Asheville, North Carolina. For the ultimate slip and slide, …

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