The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2015

National Wildlife® // June–July 2015 Issue

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

From restoring and protecting habitat to connecting kids to nature, NWF and its affiliates are working for wildlife

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President's View: The Value of Camping

Going back to basics and getting outdoors can help kids and adults connect to nature

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Tracking Ospreys Helps Youth Soar Higher

Earth Conservation Corps, an NWF affiliate, helps restore a river, its raptors and D.C. residents

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Keeping Wildlife on the Move

Camera traps help conservationists ensure vital wildlife corridors in the Northeast

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News of the Wild

Scent of a lemur, benefits of camping, playfull crocodiles and more

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Night Nature Photography Tips

Simple ways to capture stunning images of nocturnal wildlife

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Final Frame: Prickly Pollinator

A photographer captures a mosquito pollinating a rare orchid

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Nature’s Witness: Northern Lights

Photographer captures rare color of Alaska's aurora borealis

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Tips for Photographing Hummingbirds

Two top professionals share their secrets for taking sharp images of these fast flights of fancy

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Nesting Birds Caught in the Act

From courtship to nesting to rearing young, photographs from our members capture magic moments in the lives of breeding birds

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Photo Gallery: Nighttime Wildlife

From backyards to backcountry wilderness, campers may spot—and photograph—a surprising cast of nocturnal creatures

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Showing Big Cats to Save Them

Wildlife photographer Steve Winter puts wild cats in public view to promote concern and conservation

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