The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2014

National Wildlife® // June–July 2014 Issue

Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference

Protecting public lands, a farm bill "worth the wait," a win for whales and offshore wind, and more

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Using Mobile Devices in Fieldwork

Scientists are employing vision-recognition programs to track threatened turtles and squirrels

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Images of Animals NWF is Working to Protect

A portfolio of striking NWF member photos featuring keystone species and other wildlife

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NWF Supporter: Craig Newmark Builds a Virtual World to Solve Real Problems

Founder of craigslist branches out to help squirrels, owls and people

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NWF View: Our Secret Weapon

Nature may be the ultimate trump card in winning the battle to get kids outdoors

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News of the Wild

Coyotes Cause Cats’ Caution

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Backyards + Birds = Pretty Pictures

If you are just getting started in wildlife photography, the birds that visit your backyard may be your best subjects

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Model Behavior: Crested Black Macaques

Wildlife photographers capture intimate portraits of one of the world’s most endangered monkeys

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Final Frame: Seeing Double

A photographer catches a mirror image of a black skimmer slicing through South Carolina waters

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The Cat that Loves Water

Determined scientists and photographers finally capture images of a rare and elusive fishing feline

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No Swan Song for the Trumpeter

A scientist takes the first photographs celebrating the return of the world’s largest waterfowl to Montana's Blackfoot River Valley

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