Honoring some of the best images from 2014 National Wildlife Photo Contest.
The Federation and its partners are working to restore critical winter habitat for millions of migratory waterfowl.
A treasured icon of the West, the mule deer nevertheless is a species in crisis.
The Federation is supporting research about one of Hollywood's most secretive stars, a mountain lion, and his feline relatives to help these and other animals survive city life.
See the winners from the 44th annual National Wildlife Photo Contest chosen by our judges from 29,000 entries.
This widespread parasitic plant plays a critical role in the lives of birds and mammals.
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.
Photographer Steven Kazlowski has spent 13 years capturing images of polar bears, learning many of their secrets and the dangers they face.
By providing the food, water and shelter birds need, homeowners can enjoy some of their best backyard birding during cold months.
Visit Birds & Birding.