See the winners from the 44th annual National Wildlife Photo Contest chosen by our judges from 29,000 entries.
After half a century, the U.S. Wilderness Act is safeguarding roadless areas, but many premier wild lands still lack the law’s protection
Threatened by water diversions in key habitats, both sandhill and whooping cranes have benefited from decades of work by NWF and its partners to keep the water flowing
NWF and its partners have brokered landmark agreements that help protect endangered North Atlantic right whales
Rather than cutting down the native flowers in your garden, leave seed heads and stalks standing until spring for wildlife to feast on.
Visit Wildlife Gardening.
Some animals in the entries to our annual National Wildlife Photo Contest look like they're almost posing for the photographers. See the gallery and get some ideas for your own wildlife photos.
Homeowners who live in areas where predators range can still have safe, wildlife-friendly yards.
A top North American birder shares tips for finding birds during the migration season.
Visit Birds & Birding.