The U.S. Biodiversity Crisis

By Paul Tolmé

A surprising number and variety of North American wildlife species are quietly disappearing

Florida Everglades

Florida: Paradise Unwound

By Terry Gibson

Famed as the fishing capital of the world, this state is reeling as water crises threaten fish populations and local livelihoods

Birds & Noise

Birds Coping with Chronic Clamor

By Mark Wexler

A growing body of research reveals how noise pollution alters avian behavior

2017 NW Photo Contest

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Our 46th annual National Wildlife Photo Contest is now open.  A $5,000 grand prize and other cash prizes will be awarded in seven categories.

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Wildlife Gardening

Rain Garden

Gardening for Wildlife: Corralling the Rain

Rain gardens offer a natural solution to runoff pollution.

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NWF Members Matter

Whether they make their homes on the plains, in rivers, in backyards, in the mountains, or on the Arctic tundra, the animals highlighted in this photo gallery are supported by our members in many ways every day.

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bighorn sheep

Keeping Public Lands Public

NWF and its affiliates mobilize sportsmen and other outdoor enthusiasts to fight state efforts to seize public lands.

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Birds & Birding

Home on the Sage

A historic effort to conserve sagebrush habitat helps keep the greater sage-grouse off the U.S. endangered species list.

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