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Protecting the Jaguar – One Company at a Time

In the tropical rainforests and swamplands of Central and South America, prowls the third-largest cat in the world (and largest in the Americas): the jaguar. These rosette-spotted creatures are said …

red fox and kit

15 Small Ways to Make a Big Difference for Wildlife

There are simple choices we can make in our everyday lives and small things we can do to make a big difference for the treasured wildlife we care about. You …

Are There Really Black Panthers?

From sports teams to comic book heroes, the names of the world’s most revered wildlife are often adopted to convey a fighting or regal spirit. One need look no further …

Eastern spotted skunk

The Mystery of the Spotted Skunk

The species of skunk that literally stands on its front paws when threatened is quickly vanishing from its historic range across our central, eastern, and southern states. Known to be …

'i'iwi

Will This Rare Hawaiian Forest Bird Go Extinct?

Yellow-breasted chat.

Five Migrating Birds That May Stop in Your Yard

It’s Earth Day: Show Our Public Lands Some Love

What to do When Foxes Move In

A National Wildlife Federation supporter has recently had some foxes take up residence in her yard. The fox den is roughly ten feet from her front door and she’s concerned …

Jefferson salamander

Why Salamanders Love Vernal Pools

On a rainy spring night in a New Jersey forest, a Jefferson salamander stirs under the rotting log that hides her. At last, it’s time. She wriggles slowly through the …

More Beavers Equals More Birds

We know that beavers are busy critters. They build habitat for fish and wildlife when they create natural structures in streams and rivers that slow down and spread out water. …

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