The National Wildlife Federation

December 2015–January 2016

National Wildlife® // December 2015–January 2016 Issue

Action Report: 2015 Wins for Wildlife

NWF and its affiliates celebrate a fruitful year for conservation

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Ranch Reform in the Rain Forest

How the sellers of Brazilian beef, leather and other cattle products are convincing ranchers to stop razing the Amazon

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Pangolins: Too Prized to Survive?

The most poached mammals on Earth, pangolins face extinction unless conservationists act quickly

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Have Pikas Peaked?

Scientists discover that pockets of refuge may help pikas survive a changing climate

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President's View: Year-End Successes

NWF and its state affiliates are making a difference together

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Busting a Birdsong Myth

Contrary to popular belief, scientists are discovering that most female songbirds are as musical as their male mates

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Help Birds Weather Winter

Fatty foods and fluffy feathers benefit cold birds, but they still can use our help

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News of the Wild

Bears as metabolic marvels, songbirds that imitate raptors, shark travels and more

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Final Frame: A Rare Midair Moment

A photographer captures a stunning image of two hummingbirds beak-to-beak

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Nature's Witness: Bobcat Cuddle

A mother and cub share a warm moment in snowy New York

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