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An elk in the Rocky Mountains.

From Sacred Majesty to Sound Management

Whether it’s seeing Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep scale steep cliffs in the Carson National Forest or watching a golden eagle soar high above the Santa Fe National Forest, such sacred …

Help Wildlife Move in a Changing World

Wildlife like the black bear move both daily and seasonally to survive. However, the habitats animals rely on continue to be fragmented by housing, roads, fences, energy facilities, and other …

Deer and Elk Need Funding and Research to Fight Chronic Wasting Disease

Sensational headlines and snake oil won’t stop the spread of CWD: it will take scientific research into how it’s spread and funding for strapped state wildlife agencies trying to manage it.

Changes to Conservation Plans Imperil the Greater Sage-Grouse

Stretching across the western United States, an immense sagebrush sea provides a home for some 350 different plant and animal species, including mule deer, golden eagles, antelope and elk.  The …

Deadly Wildlife Disease Needs Urgent Federal Action

elk

Are these elk, moose or caribou?

Amendment 74: Bad for Wildlife, Bad for Colorado

Wilderness Study Areas Protect Cutthroat Trout & Montana’s Communities

In Montana, we see our public lands as part of our American identity and birthright, just like people across the country do.  Public lands and waters sustain fish and wildlife …

Deadly Disease Threatens Deer, Elk, and Moose

Wildlife face a host of threats in today’s changing world. Invasive species, habitat loss, and disease are often at the top of the list when wildlife managers talk about the …

Deer Family article

Say Hello to Some “Deer” Friends

Since 1936, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to conserve the nation’s wildlife and wild places. As part of our 80th anniversary celebration, we are recognizing important moments in our …

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