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Global Warming News
New NWF Report: Summer Pests like Ticks, Mosquitoes & Toxic Algae Worsened by Climate Change
Toxic algae outbreaks like the one that poisoned drinking water in Lake Erie are just one of many summer threats being worsened by manmade climate change, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation.
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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News
NWF joins sportsmen, conservation and business leaders to defend public lands
Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar joined Collin O'Mara, the National Wildlife Federation's CEO and president, and business and conservation leaders Thursday to speak out for conserving America's public lands and against attempts to sell or get rid of the lands that sustain fish and wildlife populations as well as hunting, fishing and the country's multi-billion-dollar outdoor recreation industry.
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Get Outside News
NWF Announces Six Winners of the Ranger Rick's "Your Best Shots" Photo Contest
Each of the photos were selected by NWF judges for posting in a slide show on the Ranger Rick Photo Contest home page during a select month in either 2013 or 2014. A final round of NWF judges selected the photos for publication in the August 2014 issue of Ranger Rick magazine.
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