April, 2020

How You Can Help Our Disappearing Bumble Bees

As the weather warms and the days become brighter, flowering plants across the nation begin to bloom—releasing vibrant colors and tantalizing scents. Early-blooming plants, from maple trees and spring ephemeral …

Michigan Gov. Whitmer Needs to Protect Our Drinking Water and Local Businesses, Not Foreign Oil Companies

As Michigan faces an unprecedented health and economic crisis due to coronavirus pandemic, the Canadian oil giant, Enbridge, is attempting to take advantage of the situation by advancing their demands …

“Energy Dominance”: Three Years of a Disastrous Policy for Wildlife and Communities

March 2020 marked a somber anniversary. Three years ago, the Trump administration announced its so-called “energy dominance” doctrine, which, as the name implies has put energy development as the priority …

Happy Earth Month: How College Students Can Celebrate At Home

This April marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22. How are you going to celebrate? Need ideas of how you can enjoy it safely at-home and online? …

10 Ways to Nature Play at Home

The weather here in Denver, Colorado has been teasing us with blue skies and warm spring sun, joined by cold fronts and a chilly breeze. But no matter how much …

6 Creative Ways Wildlife Find Shelter

Whether you prefer building your own place, finding somewhere move-in ready, or living a little more transiently, we all have preferences about where we stay—and wildlife do too. Here are …

Proposed Restrictions on Science Will Hurt People and Wildlife

Now, more than ever, we need our leaders to make rapid and informed decisions based on the best available science. But at a time when government action has the potential …

The Naturals: Snake River Sockeye Salmon

This spring, in the mountains of central Idaho, several thousand young Snake River sockeye salmon will enter Redfish Lake Creek’s tumble, and be swept seaward. A few months later, in …

Eco-Schools USA April Newsletter

Ecological Resilience The capacity of an ecosystem to respond to disturbances by resisting damage and recovering quickly. Daily, National Wildlife Federation staff work to support resilience projects that will lead …

Guess Who: Migratory Birds

Whether you’re avid for avians or feeling featherbrained among the flock, we bet we can teach you something new about birds! Test your knowledge to see if you can identify …

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