Northeast

NWF’s Northeast Regional Center is the region’s largest conservation organization, with more than 600,000 members and supporters in eight Northeast states. The team focuses efforts to build wildlife corridors, fight tar sands pipelines, and connect kids with nature through many school-based programs.

Menhaden: Why We Should Be Thankful for this Tiny Fish

Breaking: In a winter win for wildlife, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross instituted a moratorium on Atlantic menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay after years of overfishing by Omega Protein. This …

A Clean & Wildlife-Friendly Energy Future for The Garden State

The urgency of the climate crisis was felt at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, where former Vice-President Al Gore joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy in his announcement …

101 Years Strong: Protecting the Future of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

The Migratory Bird Treaty Act is meant to safeguard over 1,000 species of migrating birds from intentional and incidental harm. Passed after the massive decline of many birds in the …

A Big Deal for Right Whales

Today offers a unique reason for optimism that offshore wind power can rise to its full potential as a major new energy source for America. The developer of our first large-scale …

Deadly Wildlife Disease Needs Urgent Federal Action

Good News for Eastern Monarch Butterfly Population

Five Wetland Species Jeopardized by Clean Water Act Rollback

Offshore Wind Lease Auction Blows Old Record Out of the Water

What a difference a few years and visionary leadership can make. This morning, developers finished 32 rounds of bidding on areas of federal waters off the coast of Massachusetts designated …

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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 …

How Conserving Atlantic Herring Protects Puffins

Atlantic herring are not the most charismatic fish.  Small, oily, and, as it turns out, capable of communicating through their flatulence, they are not the top of the list of …

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