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As more and more birds alter their ranges to cope with a warming climate, you can take steps in your yard to help the animals survive
Across North America and beyond, many bumblebees are in trouble, but the good news is that gardeners can help these critical pollinators
From tiny towns to major cities, NWF community habitats nurture native wildlife nationwide
As urban raccoon populations grow, biologists are discovering these masked carnivores lead surprising lives
National Wildlife's editors selected these amazing images based on originality, technical excellence, composition, overall impact and artistic merit from more than 32,000 entries.
Gardeners can help monarch butterflies by planting the native milkweeds their larvae depend on.
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Spring has sprung and it's prime time for flower photography! Here's 8 tips for capturing the seasonal beauty with your camera.
Ten things you may not know about rabbits, hares and pikas.
Six distinguished birders reveal their favorite places to watch birds during spring migration.
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