May, 2012

“Hey Girl,” Goslings Celebrate Garden for Wildlife Month

In the spirit of Garden for Wildlife Month here at the National Wildlife Federation, we couldn’t help but share some of our own wild animal babies that just hatched in …

Rufous Hummingbird in Flight

Ten Amazing Things About the World’s Tiniest Backyard Birds

Hummingbirds are a definite favorite for so many North American wildlife gardeners, and after you voted last month these tiny wonders have a special place of honor during our Garden …

Petition Asks Discovery Channel to Stand Up for Climate Science

Conservationists have been raving about the amazing images of wildlife surviving in frigid habitats depicted in the Discovery Channel’s Frozen Planet series, but they’ve also noticed something missing – an honest …

Watch Live: Great Blue Heron Nest with Newly Hatched Chicks

If you are one of the thousands of people who have tuned in to watch the eagle cam this year, we have exciting news: The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a …

Moose and calves crossing road, Alaska

Photo of the Day: Moose Crossing

Create Safe Pathways for Wildlife On U.S. highways, a vehicle hits an animal at least every 26 seconds. The National Wildlife Federation is working to create corridors for wildlife to …

Moving Forward in the Fight Against Coal Export from the Pacific Northwest

What started as a low rumbling has turned into a roar of voices in opposition to the proposed coal export from the Power River Basin in Wyoming and Montana through …

American goldfinch drinking from a birdbath

Photo of the Day: Thirsty Goldfinch

Create a haven for critters in your own backyard and have it designated as an official Certified Wildlife Habitat site. Certify in the month of May and we’ll plant a …

NWF, Wendy Williams and Baby Animals

If you’re a fan of Wendy Williams’ syndicated talk show, or saw her on Dancing With the Stars, you know that she’s a larger-than-life personality.  As a regular guest on …

A Monumental Announcement for Fort Ord Wildlife

President Obama recently named Fort Ord America’s newest National Monument–an area encompassing nearly 15,000 acres of prime wildlife habitat in Monterey County, California.  A National Monument is a protected area …

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