Chinook salmon

Five Reasons We Should Restore the Lower Snake River (and Support the Northwest Infrastructure Proposal)

Worldwide, only one-third of the world’s 177 longest rivers remain free-flowing, and just 21 rivers longer than 621 miles retain a direct connection to the sea. Yet cool, clean, free-flowing …

bighorn sheep

The Importance of Federal Land Management for Western Wildlife

Western wildlife, such as elk, bighorn sheep, pronghorn—even pygmy rabbits, depend on healthy public lands for food, shelter, mating, and survival. When these lands are mismanaged or degraded, wildlife populations …

man holding an invasive silver carp

New Study Models the Threats of Invasive Carp to Great Lakes Food Web

A recent study published by the American Fisheries Society models the impacts that invasive carp would have on the food webs of the Great Lakes, predicting significant impacts on Lake …

Smoke rises from an illegally lit fire in Amazon rainforest reserve, south of Novo Progresso in Para state, Brazil, on August 15, 2020. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP) (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images)

5 species in need of EU Due Diligence

EU Policy on Forest Products and Deforestation Tropical forests are hotspots of biodiversity, containing at least two-thirds of all species on Earth. However, these forests, and the wildlife that call …

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New Montana Legislation Is a Threat to Wildlife

Dr. Mamie Parker at Great Falls Park in Virginia.

Dr. Mamie Parker Leads the Way for Women in Conservation

National Wildlife Federation President and CEO Collin O'mara with Mayor Francis Slay of St Louis announcing the launch of the Mayors' Monarch Pledge in 2015.

How to Issue Wildlife-Friendly Proclamations in Your Community

riparian bush rabbit in vegetation

Devastated by Disease

Wild rabbits are in danger. In the past two years, thousands of black-tailed jack rabbits in the Sonoran Desert have been killed by rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD). The disease is …

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A New Bill Addresses America’s Disproportionate Pollution Problem

Pollution, especially from fossil fuel production, drives climate change, contaminates our air and water, and burdens people and wildlife with long-term health impacts. As a new administration and Congress seek …

bald eagle

The Leaders We Need to Address the Wildlife Crisis and the Climate Crisis are Here

Our wildlife and lands face unprecedented challenges from the effects of climate change, toxic pollutants flowing into our air and water, energy development, mismanagement of natural resources, and worsening natural …

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