Read about the latest events, issues, legislation, and more affecting wildlife and our work.
Just as mule-deer hunters prepare for hunting season, members of the sportswomen’s group Artemis are releasing a report to raise awareness about the greater sage-grouse and the remarkable effort to save the West's iconic bird.
NWF Releases New Report: Megafires — The Growing Risk to America’s Forests, Communities, and Wildlife
Oct 19, 2017
Oil Drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Imperils Wildlife, Won’t Solve Economic or Energy Challenges
Oct 19, 2017
An Hour of Nature Play Keeps the Doctor Away
Oct 18, 2017
NWF Lauds Proposed Improvements to Regional Conservation Partnership Program
Oct 17, 2017
NWF: Bill Would Muzzle the Public’s Role in Public Lands Management
Oct 12, 2017
NWF: Attack on Antiquities Act Threatens America’s Public Lands Legacy
Oct 11, 2017
EPA Moves to Drastically Roll Back Clean Power Plan
Oct 09, 2017
NWF: Save Sage-Grouse by Letting Collaborative Plans Work
Oct 05, 2017
Ten buffalo become the second group to be released on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.Read More
Take the pledge to connect with nature and wildlife by camping anytime, anywhere between now and October 31.Read More
National Wildlife Federation report offers guidelines for digital technology to increase outdoor time, improve health, and form connections to natureRead More
What started as a cartoonist's vision is now America's oldest, largest conservation organization.Read More
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