June, 2018

A bird known as a limpkin unexpectedly spotted in Louisiana.

Birders, Snails and the Limpkin

For many birders like me, part of the thrill of birding is finding birds far outside their normal range, and to record one of these vagrant birds. A real achievement …

reddish egret

Safeguard Reddish Egret Habitat + Crucial Protection for Our Coasts and Rivers

Hurricane season is again upon us, with storms threatening communities, homes, and wildlife habitat in their path. As communities recover in the wake of these storms and floods, we must …

A Bird’s Eye View: Osprey Conservation in North Carolina

The thriving osprey population on North Carolina’s Lake Norman is a testament to the effectiveness of the mission of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, state affiliate of the National Wildlife …

Set a Price on Pollution, Protect Wildlife

Turning scientifically-supported climate policy on its head, the Trump Administration is considering a bailout of coal and nuclear plants that would essentially subsidize pollution. Under the banner of grid reliability and military …

A Constitutional Amendment for New England Cottontails

red fox and kit

15 Small Ways to Make a Big Difference for Wildlife

A Wildlife Week in Charm City

NDAA Provisions a Threat to our Western Sporting Traditions, Not National Security

Sportsmen and women know well that hunting is about much more than the hunt. Many of our best memories are not of the animals we brought home but of those …

Three Ways to be a BEEAdvocate and Save Bees

Bee decline has been in the news in recent years. Both domesticated honey bees and wild native bees are experiencing troubling populations declines due to habitat loss, pesticides and disease. …

Habitats Can Help Reach a Million Pollinator Gardens!

Three years ago the National Pollinator Garden Network put out a call to all Americans to help save declining pollinators and participate in the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge by planting …

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