January, 2020

5 Ways You Can Help Western Monarchs

The once-common monarch butterfly has suffered steep population declines across North America in the last few decades. Both the eastern and western populations of these migratory butterflies are in real …

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5 Species Impacted by Australian Wildfires

Catastrophic mega-fires have scorched large swaths of land across Australia, leaving behind devastated communities and habitats. Though wildfires are nothing new in Australia, this year’s fires—fueled by soaring temperatures and …

Trees for Wildlife Program Helps Recovery After Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael slammed the Florida Panhandle on October 10, 2018, as a category 5 storm. “I lost numerous large oak trees,” Lynn Artz, a resident of Wakulla County, Florida, recalled. …

Seven! Wildlife Species That Help People

Here at the National Wildlife Federation, we celebrate all species that form the great web of life—of which people are one part. As scientists continue to discover the ways wildlife …

Animals Are Talking—Are You Listening?

No Bait, No Fish: A Gulf Perspective on Forage Fish…

Columbia, South Carolina: A Home for Wildlife

How Beavers Boost Stream Flows

Thirteen years ago, Idaho rancher Jay Wilde sat in his kitchen sipping coffee before dawn. As the caffeine kicked in, he was once again pondering why the stream running through …

Five Species Impacted by Unnatural Disasters in 2019

Climate scientists are increasingly connecting the dots between extreme weather events and our warming climate. Hurricanes are now stronger and wetter, wildfires burn longer and hotter, droughts are deeper, and …

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