The National Wildlife Federation

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By City - Los Angeles

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City of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

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Population: 4000000


The City of Los Angeles is fortunate to be located within a globally recognized hotspot of native biodiversity. While Los Angeles is a biodiversity jewel, this designation also means that the biodiversity here is threatened, and innovative strategies are needed to ensure its resilience and sustainability. The survival and well-being of the City’s residents also depend on ecosystem services provided by biodiversity: air pollution reduction adapting to a changing climate mental health and educational opportunities water cleansing aesthetic benefits These services are built directly from an integrated ecosystem of natural biodiversity and sustainable urban landscapes.

My Certified Wildlife Habitats

83 Habitats

My Annual Activity Points


Total Re-Certification Points

147 / 30

Community Spotlight


Habitat at Esperanza Elementary School

NWF Certified Habitat at Esperanza Elementary School. This habitat is near Downtown LA, you can see the skyline in the background of the photo. LA Audubon helps maintain this habitat.