The National Wildlife Federation

April–May 2015

National Wildlife® // April–May 2015 Issue

Action Report: How NWF and Its Affiliates are Making a Difference

From aiding pollinators in peril to protecting rain forests, the Federation is working for wildlife

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Battle for Butterflies

The fight to bring back North America’s dwindling migratory monarchs

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Helping a Famous Frog Go the Distance

Little wetlands go a long way for California’s new state amphibian

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Special Report: Five Years After the BP Oil Spill

Wildlife still suffering in the Gulf of Mexico

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NWF President's View: A New Call to Action to Help Monarchs

NWF, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and others unite to restore habitat for monarch butterflies

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News of the Wild

How gardening benefits kids, legacy of an oil spill, love at first scent and more

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Give Opossums a Break

Why it makes sense to make way for opossums in your garden

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Gardening Tips for Seniors

Exercising their green thumbs helps seniors reap mental and physical rewards

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Redefining Curb Appeal

Homeowners are recognizing the value of replacing front lawns with native plants

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Educating Tomorrow's Naturalists

NWF’s Schoolyard Habitats® program moves beyond traditional schools to introduce more children to wildlife

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Smarty Plants

New studies explore the “brains” behind plant behavior

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Ten Tips to Give Frogs a Landing Pad

Creating a small wetland is easier than you think and can go a long way to help struggling amphibians and other wildlife

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Final Frame: Wood Duck Blast Off!

A photographer captures the moment wood ducklings leap from their nest box

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Photo Story: Spring Jewel

A photographer captures a stunning photo of a bird and bloom

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