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Twenty Miles to Wild Arkansas

Twenty miles from Little Rock, Arkansas, is the remote Flatside Wilderness area. Filled with diverse plants and animals on more than 9,507 acres, this incredible place became one of the …

Big Plans for a Tiny Island

In the Gulf of Mexico, the National Wildlife Federation works to identify and advocate for sound investment of money from the BP oil spill settlement into restoration projects that will …

Four Ways to Restore the Public’s Faith in Interior

The Secretary of the Interior is a singular leader within our government—responsible for safeguarding our iconic public lands, honoring our tribal commitments, protecting our wildlife heritage, and stewarding our shared …

It’s Flu Season… For Wildlife

It’s flu season and humans aren’t the only ones suffering. Wild bighorn sheep across the west are contracting pneumonia and dying in alarming numbers. Biologists are pointing their fingers at …

Six Reasons to Stand Up 4TheDelaware

How Virginia Farmers Protect Clean Water & Wildlife

Good News for Eastern Monarch Butterfly Population

WILD Act Conserves Sea Turtles, Fights Poaching and Invasive Species

Sea turtle hatchlings scamper to the surf, hoping to be one of the few to make it through a gauntlet of natural predation that doesn’t end when they reach the …

How Outdated Wetlands Maps Threaten Wildlife

A rule announced by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) undermines the very existence of many of the habitats that birds like the whooping crane need to survive. The …

Responsible Wind Power: Protecting Wildlife While Solving Climate Change

The return of the California condor is one of America’s most heartening wildlife stories. Due to habitat loss, poaching, and lead poisoning, this most magnificent and largest of North American …

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