Wildlife Facts

Wildlife Watch Gets a Makeover

The National Wildlife Federation is proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Wildlife Watch   website. The Wildlife Watch website still has all the great features from the …

Help NWF Decide On A New Website Design

While the NWF has been VERY busy protecting wildlife, saving habitat and connecting people with nature–some of us have also been working hard to make our website, www.nwf.org more user …

Science Fair Project Ideas: Wildlife Watch

In springtime, countless parents, teachers and home school instructors look for fun, educational science projects to perform with their kids. Whether it is a one-time only exercise or a large-scale …

Wildlife on the Red Carpet

This penguin may not be at the Oscars tonight, but director Werner Herzog will be there for his film: Encounters at the End of the World If you're watching the …

Bird Watching: The American Robin

Robins in Winter? American robins are found throughout North America and are a symbol of winter’s end. The first appearance of a robin is a sure sign that spring has sprung. But …

Birds Push Northward to Cope with Climate Change

For quite some time we've discussed how birds are affected by climate change. Here is a new National Audubon Society study finds that global warming is forcing migratory birds to …

Valentine’s Day: Weird Wildlife Mating Rituals

While they might not be giving roses and writing love poems, wildlife have some pretty fascinating–and sometimes downright bizarre–courtship and mating rituals of their own.You won’t find singles bars or …

The Real Reasons for Groundhog Day

Punxsutawney Phil, America’s most famous weather forecaster, will have love, not weather, on his mind when he emerges from his hole on February 2. Researchers tracked 32 groundhogs for more …

Warming World Threatens Penguins, Too

Remember March of the Penguins? It was truly impressive to me to watch the incredible strength and patience these birds have to make that long, hard journey through the Antarctic …

Wildlife Watch for Bald Eagles this Winter

Winter can seem like a difficult time to watch for wildlife. Trees have dropped their leaves, a good number of birds have migrated south and many mammals have gone into …

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