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14 Apps That Will Revolutionize Your Walk in the Woods

1/22/2014 // By Drew Hendricks

Many argue that smartphones are keeping kids out of the woods and locked up behind their screens. However, these devices and the new mobile apps they put at our fingertips assist us in a lot of different ways, even when you’re […] Read more >

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Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder: Think Like a Kid

1/21/2014 // By Carla Brown

Playing the free Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder app can teach you a lot about yourself – and the kids in your life. Read more >

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It Never Rains in California: On the Front Lines of the ‘Mega-drought’

1/21/2014 // By Beth Pratt

The statistics are alarming. 2013 proved to be California’s driest year on record, and the drought now qualifies as the worst in the state’s recorded history. Our water bank, the Sierra Nevada snowpack, stands at 17% of normal. Governor Jerry […] Read more >

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Portland-Montreal Pipeline Trek Day 4 – Visiting Area Businesses

1/18/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest Post by Brett Chamberlin Rivers and forests aren’t the only places intersected by the Portland-Montreal Pipeline. The aging crude oil pipeline also passes under dozens of business properties. Hundreds more are situated downstream along waterways at risk of contamination […] Read more >

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Progress for Protecting Alaska’s Wildlife from Mining

1/17/2014 // By Jane Kirchner

There is good news for coastal brown bears and other wildlife in Alaska threatened by a proposed large-scale mining project! A new environmental watershed assessment from the Environmental Protection Agency clearly shows that development of the proposed Pebble Mine should […] Read more >

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Nutty Ways to Celebrate Squirrel Appreciation Day This Year

1/16/2014 // By Danielle Brigida

SQUIRRELS! Whether you love them or loathe them, National Squirrel Appreciation Day, January 21st,  is a great time to take a few moments and learn about these nutty animals. If you count flying squirrels we have 10 tree species  in North America. We […] Read more >

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What Would the Flying Fox Say? “It’s Too Hot!”

1/16/2014 // By Guest Author

This was written by a guest author Micaela Jemison Images of Australian baby bats in rehabilitation, bundled up in colorful blankets and being bottle-fed are now a common sight on the Internet as heat waves become more frequent Down Under. Australia is […] Read more >

Field buffer of perennial grasses and forbs in MN. Courtesy of NRCS.

Guidelines to Produce Energy Grasses in Wildlife-Friendly Ways

1/16/2014 // By Ben Larson

One of the great things about my job is being able to learn more about wildlife from experts at NWF, in other organizations, and with consultants working on projects for us. One such project has been especially near and dear […] Read more >

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Struggling Moose Now Face a Toxic New Threat

1/15/2014 // By Jane Kirchner

Several moose populations are struggling in places where this majestic animal was once a common sight.  In New Hampshire, the number of moose has dipped to fewer than 5,000 across the state and a population in northeastern Minnesota is declining […] Read more >

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Weekly News Roundup- January 10, 2014

1/10/2014 // By Anne Goddard

What’s happening at National Wildlife Federation this week? Celebrity Conservation: James Franco lends his artistic voice to Yosemite and California wildlife. Whale 911: This new smart phone app can help save a marine mammal’s life. Let it Snow! Bundle up […] Read more >