October, 2020

Great Blue Heron

Georgia’s Amendment 1 Will Secure Environmental Funds and More

Georgia is a beautiful state full of a variety of natural resources from the coastal habitats in the southeast part of the state to the Appalachian Mountains in the northern …

White tip shark in water.

Native Hawaiian Cultural Practices are Vital to Protecting the Native Species and Ecosystems of Hawai‘i Nei

This blog is co-authored by Moana Bjur, Executive Director for the National Wildlife Federation’s Hawai’i affiliate, Conservation Council for Hawai‘i, as well as Mike Nakachi and Kaikea Nakachi from the …

Quiz: Which Spooky Animal Are You?

Quiz: Which spooky Halloween animal are you?

Many species get bad reputations from movies or TV shows, and that has consequences for conservation. Take our quiz to find out which spooky Halloween animal channels your inner self …

Five Ways to Attract Birds This Fall

Attracting and watching wild birds right in your own yard or garden are great activities year-round, but as migratory birds pass through on their way south and winter-resident species work …

Mule Deer on Wildlife Refuge.

America’s Conservation Enhancement Act is a Bipartisan Win for Wildlife

It’s no secret Congress is as polarized as ever, but wildlife conservation continues to bring both sides of the aisle together. This month, the House and Senate passed America’s Conservation …

Healthy Advisory sign PFAS

Confronting the “Forever Chemical”

Michigan residents and the National Wildlife Federation’s advocacy scored a major win in July, with the announcement of new regulations limiting harmful chemicals in drinking water. The new rules limit …

community garden

Education Newsletter October 2020

This past month, we’ve seen numerous record-breaking, natural events unfold: wildfires out west grew in number and size, temperatures scorched California and many parts of the southwest, and incredible flooding …

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