Our Most Popular Facebook Photos of 2013
It’s no secret that photos are a critical part of communicating the beauty and importance of nature, and this pertains to National Wildlife Federation’s Facebook page as well. Within seconds, a photo can catch someone’s attention and evoke strong emotions. We use photos every day to “inspire a love of wildlife and desire to protect it.” We wanted to share with you some of the photos our Facebook community loved enough to share with their family and friends. It’s a high compliment when our community gets behind our work and these are the photos our Facebook community liked best in 2013.
#11: May 22, 2013
World Biodiversity Day – enough said. The focus was on the importance of water for all life on Earth. We offered our community these tips to cultivate diversity in your backyard with native plants.
#10: December 14, 2013
#9: November 4, 2013
This post was to call attention to plans in New England that would pump 300,000 barrels per day of toxic tar sands through critical moose habitat. We hoped to inspire supporters to send a message to the U.S. State Department, urging them to stop the Northeast tar sands pipeline.
#8: July 24, 2013
#7: October 31, 2013
This photo was to wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween.
#6: December 21, 2013
We wished everyone a happy first day of winter with these gorgeous photos of winter wonderlands.
#5: May 23, 2013
This post was on World Turtle Day. We offered our community tips on how to make your backyard turtle friendly.
#4: December 20, 2013
This post read, “‘Tis the season for cardinals in the snow. Merry Friday.”
#3: December 4, 2013
We posted this cascade red fox photo following the Thanksgiving weekend. It was spotted at Mount Rainier National Park, sporting this unique coat. The mixed charcoal and reddish coloration is typical of the red fox population in the park. We asked our supporters to share their fox photos on our Timeline for our “Fox Tales” community album.
#2: July 16, 2013
This was one of our wildlife photos of the week, titled “Zen Grizzly.”
#1: April 16, 2013
Following a tough day for our country, we asked our community to remember in the midst of tragedy to seek peace and balance in the beauty of the natural world.
Most Popular Community Album: Wildlife in Trees
This past year, we’ve had a number of fantastic community albums on Facebook. We ask our community to share specific types of photos on our Timeline, and then we compile them into an album. Our Facebook community enjoyed our “Wildlife in Trees” album for National Wildlife Week the best. There are nearly 300 photos in the album from our supporters!
This is Amazing, How Do I Get More?
Funny you should ask. First, we’d love to have you join our Facebook community. You can post photos and articles on our Timeline to share & connect with others who care about the well-being of wildlife. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more to stay up to date on the latest news and for more brilliant wildlife photos.
If you’re looking to be more connected and informed, we’d love to have you become a member. You’ll receive the award-winning National Wildlife magazine and a monthly newsletter. And, of course, your contribution will help us protect wildlife.