Recovering America's Wildlife Act

State of the Birds Report Underscores Important Successes of Conservation Legislation

The birds are not alright. North America has lost 3 billion breeding birds since 1970 — a loss of nearly 1 in 4, according to the 2022 State of the … Read more

Inland fisheries biologist.

What’s Good for Biologists Is Good for Wildlife

Hanging out of airplanes with net launchers. Climbing trees to peer into bird nests. Crawling into bear dens.  Wildlife biologists get to do some pretty cool things. But their envy-invoking … Read more

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When We Save Wildlife, We Save Ourselves

More than one-third of best-known plant and animal species across the country are at heightened risk of disappearing. Facing shrinking habitats, climate change, disease and other threats, wildlife need our … Read more

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Calling All Gardeners: Dig in NOW to Pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

From using native plants to transform yards into wildlife habitats to meeting the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, gardeners are a powerful force for the future of wildlife and native plants. … Read more

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An Urgent Message for All People Who Love Birds

Birds are facing an unprecedented crisis; three billion fewer birds grace the skies of North America than in 1970. But there’s reason for hope if we act swiftly. We call … Read more

A California condor takes flight over Pinnacles National Park. Wildlife like the condor need the Recovering America's Wildlife Act to thrive.

Reintroducing Wildlife: 5 Species for Hope

A tiny Karner blue butterfly sips from a lupine flower in New Hampshire, while far away a California condor soars over Big Sur. Meanwhile, a Texas horned lizard snags its … Read more

7 Reasons to Support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

The alarm bell is sounding for America’s wildlife species. Eastern monarch butterfly populations are declining sharply. In Florida, hundreds of manatees have already died this year. In fact, a recent … Read more

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Leaking Phosphate Plant Puts Tampa Bay’s Manatees At Risk

Tampa Bay is facing a potential environmental catastrophe that could jeopardize decades of efforts to improve water quality and wildlife habitat for manatees, dolphins, fish, and sea turtles. An ongoing … Read more

A group of mule deer in a grassland.

Five High-Impact Conservation Solutions for 2021

If 2020 was a year of reckoning with all the problems facing our nation, then 2021 is the moment to embrace the bold, brave solutions we need. The issues Americans … Read more

Seven! Wildlife Species That Help People

Here at the National Wildlife Federation, we celebrate all species that form the great web of life—of which people are one part. As scientists continue to discover the ways wildlife … Read more

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