The National Wildlife Federation

October–November 2012

National Wildlife® // October–November 2012 Issue

Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference

How NWF is Making a Difference

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Bison Homecoming

A long effort by American Indians and conservationists brings genetically pure bison to the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana

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Elections 2012: High Stakes for Wildlife

A small number of votes on Capitol Hill could decide the outcome of some big conservation and environmental issues in the coming months

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Longleaf Pine Forest Revival

NWF and its partners are helping landowners in the South bring back one of North America’s most diverse and threatened ecosystems

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NWF View: What Is Not Making the News

Today's media is feeding its viewers too much junk food and not enough substance

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Special Report: Where the Presidential Candidates Stand on Conservation

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News of the Wild: October/November 2012

Palms put rays at risk, duck numbers up and refuges boost home values

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Private Lives of Sperm Whales

For the first time, biologists are disovering the hidden world of sperm whales in the Caribbean

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Winging It With Ospreys

Scientists are revealing secrets about the birds’ long-distance migrations as well as summer and winter behaviors

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When School is for the Birds

At an NWF-certified schoolyard in North Carolina, nest boxes and webcams help bluebirds while inspiring their student caretakers

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Where Tumbleweeds Tumble Along

As fall sets in, the somersaulting bundles of brush begin spreading across the plains states

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