Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference
Promoting wildlife-friendly energy, a guide for combating climate change, protecting the Great Lakes, a new NWF affiliate, and more
NWF Welcomes New President and CEO
Collin O’Mara aims to inspire all generations to conserve nature
NWF Supporter Extols NWF Education
College professor and entomologist praises the Federation's education efforts
An NWF View from NWF's New President
Protecting wildlife has never been more important
Saving the Red Wolf
Coyotes and poaching threaten the only U.S. red wolf population, but NWF and its North Carolina affiliate are helping to save them
Sea Change for Sea Turtles
Sea turtles nesting in the southeastern United States are recovering, but the ancient reptiles still face formidable threats.
Breeding Bird Survey Takes Birders to the Streets
Chandler Robbins created an annual volunteer bird survey that is now the best source of population trends for hundreds of species
Dolphin Tale 2: An Inspiring Tale of a Tail
The only dolphin fitted with a prosthetic tail fluke is not only an acclaimed movie star but an inspiration to humans.
Dragonflies are Dangerous Beauties
Despite their dainty appearance, these backyard visitors are voracious predators
News of the Wild: Crocodiles
Crocodiles and alligators use twigs to bait birds
Seeing Sea Turtles
Check out these easy-to-reach spots to watch sea turtles lay eggs on beaches in the southeastern United States
Helping Backyard Birds Beat the Heat
Equipped with adaptations for keeping cool, birds still can use some help from humans during the long, hot summer
NWF Certified Community is the Cat's Cradle
South Carolina’s Kiawah Island is home to one of the United States' densest bobcat populations
Final Frame: Gulp!
A tiny Arctic tern bites off more fish than he can swallow in this feeding-frenzy photo
Our declining wildlife need urgent protection before they face serious risk of extinction. This bold vision for conservation funding could be the solution.Read More
Urge Congress to stand up for polar bears and their young by opposing drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.Read More
Students ages 9-18 are invited to share their big idea through the "Every Elephant Counts" contest for a chance to win a trip to Botswana.Read More
Get to know the amazing wildlife in your backyard and beyond.Read More
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