The National Wildlife Federation

April–May 2014

National Wildlife® // April–May 2014 Issue

Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference

From saving endangered species to creating wildlife habitat, NWF is making a difference

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Gulf of Mexico Wildlife Still Suffering

Four years after BP oil spill, region is yet to be restored

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Mascots Versus Climate Change

Your sports team mascot may be fighting for survival, and not just during March Madness

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Larry Schweiger's Legacy

NWF president and conservation leader announces retirement

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NWF View: President Larry Schweiger Bids Farewell

A conservation leader reflects upon his years of service at National Wildlife Federation

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Reaching Nature Through Social Media

An NWF regional office creates an online community that introduces youth to wildlife and conservation

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Saving a Sacred Fish

After a century-long absence, sockeye salmon are back in Washington’s Yakima River Basin

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Raccoons: A League of Their Own

As urban raccoon populations grow, biologists are discovering these masked carnivores lead surprising lives

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Sharks and Wolves: Separated at Birth?

Top predators in very different ecosystems can have similar effects on their habitat, prey and other species

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The Buzz About Bumblebees

Across North America and beyond, bumblebees are in trouble, but gardeners can help these critical pollinators

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Communities Gone Wild

From tiny towns to major cities, NWF community habitats nurture native species nationwide

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Gardening for Climate Change

As more birds alter their ranges to cope with a warming climate, you can take steps in your yard to help the animals survive

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Final Frame: Fighting Anoles

Photographer captures an image of these arboreal lizards locked in a backyard brawl

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