Mid-Atlantic

The diverse states of the Mid-Atlantic region are defined by one unifying feature: water. NWF’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Center work is grounded in programs that help connect local communities to nature and conserve water systems to sustain precious wildlife and habitat.

Deadly Wildlife Disease Needs Urgent Federal Action

Have you heard of a wildlife disease that turns deer, elk, and even massive moose into wandering and listless versions of themselves? Well, it not only exists, but has been …

Six Reasons to Stand Up 4TheDelaware

Imagine this: It’s a warm summer day. The Delaware River meanders past the park’s banks. The sound of birds calling out to one another fills your ears. The sun is slowly …

Green Street Academy: Where are they now?

In May 2018, National Wildlife Federation and  our partners broke ground on our large-scale green infrastructure project at Green Street Academy (GSA), a public charter school in Baltimore City. During …

How Virginia Farmers Protect Clean Water & Wildlife

In the Mid-Atlantic region, our staff often encounter the common misconception that protecting the environment and supporting farmers are incompatible. This is likely because agriculture is the largest source of …

Good News for Eastern Monarch Butterfly Population

Making the Outdoors More Inclusive, Accessible

7 Ways Congress Could Help Safeguard Communities, Wildlife From Hurricanes

Take Climate Action For D.C.’s Bald Eagles

Earlier this year, Washington, D.C.’s beloved bald eagle couple, Mr. President and First Lady, gave birth to a pair of new hatchlings. Bald eagles have demonstrated a tremendous success in …

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Call to Action For Red Wolves: “We Cannot Turn Our Back on a Native Species”

There are fewer than 40 red wolves left in the wild—freely roaming the forests and marshes of eastern North Carolina.  Almost 20,000 Americans sent messages calling on the U.S. Fish …

Climate, Coastal Inaction Leaves Us Vulnerable

  Wildlife can be harmed by hurricanes in a number of ways, with their habitats destroyed, being stripped of food sources, or being blown far off course. Scientists believe 1991’s Hurricane …

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