Give Now
Aedes aegypti, the primary Zika virus vector, feeds on human blood. Photo by James Gathany.

Three Natural Ways to Reduce Mosquito Bites

Mosquitoes are a persistent annoyance during the summer months, and while we can empathize with the fantasy of totally eradicating these biting insects in a tornado of poisons, we at …

Making Room for Wildlife in Surprising Places

The National Wildlife Federation is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, a growing suburb of Washington, D.C., and also the very first Certified Community Wildlife Habitat in the state of Virginia. I …

Pollinator Protection: Pledges, Policy and Proclamations

Substantive commitment to create a pollinator friendly world has increased significantly in the last three years. Local, state, and national efforts across North America are expanding and some include incentives. …

Buzzworthy Mason Bee Condos

Schools can “bee” a friend to native pollinators with this classroom DIY project using recycled materials that teaches kids about the nesting habits and needs of native solitarily bee species. …

Capturing Habitat Garden History in The Smithsonian Gardens

Wildlife Garden Inspiration

Planting for Three Seasons: Keep the Million Pollinator Garden Momentum…

Four Ways to Attract Birds and Butterflies

May is Garden for Wildlife Month! It’s the perfect time to make your yard or garden space more attractive to birds, butterflies and other local wildlife. All wildlife need four …

Working for Wildlife: National Wildlife Federation Teams up with Taylor Morrison

To address the ongoing wildlife crisis, where 1 in 3 U.S. species are in decline, business leaders are joining the movement to protect wildlife habitat. Starting this month, the National …

A Powerful Force for Pollinators – National Garden Clubs

National Garden Clubs, Inc. launched its nationwide effort “Bee a Wildlife Action Hero” in 2014 which encouraged thousands of members to plant garden habitats and be recognized as National Wildlife …

  • Page 1 of 31
  • 1
  • 2
  • ...
  • 31

National Wildlife Federation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
PO Box 1583, Merrifield VA 22116-1583 1-800-822-9919
Privacy Policy | Terms of Use

Protect Wildlife