People and Wildlife

“Gonging,” Camden Yards Cleanup, and more at Baltimore Wildlife Week 2019

Earlier this month, the National Wildlife Federation successfully hosted its second annual Baltimore Wildlife Week. With a multitude of events, Wildlife Week highlighted conservation projects, public green space, and opportunities …

Capturing Habitat Garden History in The Smithsonian Gardens

Your wildlife habitat garden can be digitally archived in Smithsonian Community of Gardens as part of its Archives of American Gardens! Submit images or video and stories of gardens where …

Godzilla: Monster or Metaphor?

As folks look to beat the summer heat and flock to their local theater to see the latest creature destruction flick “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” few may know the …

Wildlife Garden Inspiration

Get out in your habitat garden this summer and start capturing moments to share in the 2nd annual Garden for Wildlife™ Photo Contest opening for entries on August 5, 2019! …

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

It is estimated that there is now at least one or more pollinator gardens per block in most communities across the United States.  This is thanks to the approximately 8 …

Untold Stories of Ancestry: A Personal Reflection

It was her first time traveling to San Francisco. She is 68 years old and worked since she was just a child. As an eldest daughter of 6 siblings, mostly …

A Naturalist’s Reflection on the Legacy of Legendary Conservationist Jim Fowler

Jim Fowler, beloved naturalist, conservationist and media personality, has passed away at the age of 89. Jim devoted his life to educating the public about wildlife and promoting conservation through …

There’s Still Time to #ActOnClimate

We can no longer ignore the reality of climate change. Communities and ecosystems across the country are feeling the impacts of severe weather, flooding, droughts, wildfires, hotter summers, and wetter …

A Fun Furlough at Family Fish Camp

Cabins tucked away in a serene forest next to one of Oregon’s most beautiful rivers? Check. A pond stocked with over 500 rainbow trout? Check. Families giddy with excitement about …

What is a Naturalized Outdoor Learning Environment?

The Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) program was created out of necessity; a necessity for all young children to have daily access to quality outdoor learning, creating a lifelong affinity …

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