Each week our Certified Wildlife Habitat community on Facebook celebrates “Wildlife Wednesday” by posting an image of a garden visitor. Because the latest photo received such an enthusiastic response, I … Read more
6 Ways to Use Technology to Help Wildlife Impacted by the Gulf Oil Spill
The National Wildlife Federation is working hard to help wildlife impacted by the BP Oil Spill–recruiting volunteers, coordinating restoration efforts, educating the public, and advocating for clean energy policies. We … Read more
Reduce, Reuse, ReTweet
New courses and campaigns that take place online, specifically in social media, are changing the way students and staff talk about sustainability. Read more
Obama Goes to Copenhagen!
A day before Thanksgiving, President Obama gave us all a little something more to be thankful for by announcing that he will attend next week’s climate negotiations in Copenhagen. The … Read more
New Facebook Application Will Let You “Friend” A Mountain Gorilla (For Real)
Who would have thought you would ever “friend” a gorilla? AFP reports: “Users of the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter will be able to “befriend” rare Ugandan mountain gorillas … Read more
Google the Echidna and Save a Pika
Ever feel like you’re wasting time on Wikipedia or Google? You probably are. I know I am. But today, I found a way to continue wasting hours on the internet … Read more
The Best Birthday Present Ever — Protected Wildlife
I am writing to thank you for the best birthday I have ever had in my 25 years of life. I am forever touched by the amazing people I get … Read more
Facebook Fans Love to Read!
Our fans on Facebook share their favorite children’s books about the outdoors. Read more
Take Friday to Think About Endangered Species
Last week, the Senate passed a resolution declaring today, May 15, as Endangered Species Day. It’s a day for all of us wildlife enthusiasts (and those who are still joining … Read more
Can Twitter and Facebook Help Connect People With Nature?
The National Wildlife Federation is connecting people with nature — through the Internet. Sounds paradoxical, doesn’t it? It’s true. With just a few mouse clicks and key presses, we are … Read more