A Wild Thank You
This Week in NWF History
Since 1936, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to conserve the nation’s wildlife and wild places. As part of our 80th anniversary celebration, we are recognizing important moments in our history that continue to make an impact today.
There is a common thread across all of the moments of history we’ve celebrated over the past year: the support of generous donors, partners, staff, volunteers, and more. As Thanksgiving approaches, we take a moment to ponder how some of the wildlife you’ve supported with the Federation over the last eight decades might say thanks.
Maybe they’ll stare deeply into your eyes to thank you for being a “deer” friend to wildlife and wild places?
Or perhaps fly in to grab some flowers; positively “humming” with gratitude?
Maybe they have a baby bear hug for a friend?
Or swimming over for a “turtley” awesome hello?
It’s hard to put into words how grateful we are as you help us soar to new heights.
Thanks for keeping us smiling.