Climate Change, Natural Disasters, & Wildlife in the South & Caribbean: A Story Map

Climate change-fueled natural disasters are challenging the recovery of at-risk species and making some populations more vulnerable to decline. In the South and Caribbean regions, major storms like Hurricanes Harvey, …

Climate Change, Natural Disasters, & Great Lakes Wildlife: A Story Map

Climate change-fueled natural disasters are challenging the recovery of at-risk species and making some populations more vulnerable to decline. In the Great Lakes region, numerous harmful blue-green algal outbreaks each …

Climate Change, Natural Disasters, & Northern Rockies Wildlife: A Story Map

Climate change-fueled natural disasters are challenging the recovery of at-risk species and making some populations more vulnerable to decline. In the Northern Rockies region, North Dakota’s 2017 summer drought and …

Climate Change, Natural Disasters, & Wildlife in California: A Story Map

Climate change-fueled natural disasters are challenging the recovery of at-risk species and making some populations more vulnerable to decline. In California, megafires – wildfires that burn hotter and more intensely …

American avocet

Will Migratory Birds Win at the Polls in the Golden State?

With their long, upturned bills and striking coloration, avocets are a striking migratory bird that depend on the Golden State’s wetlands. However, pollution and contaminants in California waterways dampen successful …

Texas Woman Makes a Difference for Local Wildlife

If a single person can make a difference for wildlife, imagine, the difference a whole community can make. Margaret Whitt, a retired public school teacher, is turning that vision into …

Garden for Wildlife Movement Celebrates Forty-Five Years of Helping Local Wildlife

With more than 7 million people participating across the country, National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife movement is the nation’s longest-running and largest effort dedicated to helping wildlife locally. The …

And the 2018 “Final Fur” Champion Is…

The results are in and the master of camouflage, the Arctic fox, came out on top this week during the fierce Final Fur competition! Competitors from all over North America …

Vote for our Final Fur Champion!

Let the voting begin! We’ve got 32 native North American species facing off for glory in this years’ tournament and we need you to vote for the champion! Starting today, …

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Baby Animal Names?

As spring quickly approaches, nature is starting to wake up from its winter slumber. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and lots of babies are being born! What better way …

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