It’s Wednesday — the proverbial “hump-day.” Here in the Washington D.C. area, it’s been raining for days. It is definitely time for some mid-week inspiration! Check out Tom Lowe’s latest … Read more
Murmurations: Incredible Footage of a Flock of Birds in Ireland [VIDEO]
With so much content on the Internet, it’s a rare moment when something actually gives you goosebumps. This video was posted by Sophia Windsor Clive and Liberty Smith on Vimeo, … Read more
Eagle Cam: Iowa Bald Eagle Eggs Hatching Live
This eagle cam is brought to you by the Raptor Resource Project, who set up this cam atop a tree at a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa. Update: March 27, … Read more
Martha Stewart and Wildlife Adoption
I recently appeared on the Martha Stewart Show to promote National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Adoption program. I brought some animal ambassadors with me to help inspire the viewers to want … Read more
Amazing Video: Up Close and Personal with Polar Bears
CBS News’ 60 Minutes last night highlighted the work of John Downer, a British filmmaker who’s using his innovative techniques to capture breathtaking pictures of polar bears. Be sure to … Read more
Cutest Baby Deer Ever
A baby pudu was recently born at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. Pudus are the smallest deer species in existence and are native to tropical forests of South America. … Read more
Cougar Cub Attacks Buffet Table
This year, National Wildlife Federation is celebrating our 75th anniversary of protecting wildlife and connecting people with nature. Yesterday, we had a staff party to celebrate this major milestone. As … Read more
Back to School: Back Outside! Video Highlights
Check out this video with Kevin Coyle, summarizing his new Back to School: Back Outside! report about the role of outdoor learning programs and outdoor play time in furthering children’s overall education
America’s Great Outdoors: Outdoor Nation!
Chris Fanning, Executive Director of the Outdoor Foundation (outdoorfoundation.org) talks to National Wildlife Federation about New York City’s Outdoor Nation youth summit in June 2010.
New Tourist More Than DC Can Bear?
Here in the Washington, DC area, we’re used to a summer tourist invasion. But this may be a bit much — a bear spotted less than two miles northwest of … Read more