The National Wildlife Federation

February–March 2016

National Wildlife® // February–March 2016 Issue

Outwitting the Storm

Bolstering coastal wildlife habitat and communities against the impacts of climate change

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Student Star Power

EcoLeaders are lighting the way to solutions on campuses, in communities and beyond

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Healing America’s “Great Waters”

From coast to coast, conservation coalitions are fighting to restore major U.S. watersheds

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Keeping Public Lands Public

NWF and its affiliates mobilize sportsmen and other outdoor enthusiasts to fight state efforts to seize public lands

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Teaching Kids to be Nature Smart

Time outdoors can make kids healthier, happier, smarter—and more inclined to conservation

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NWF Guardians of Abundance

For eight decades, NWF and its affiliates have worked to protect wildlife and habitats in the United States and beyond

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NWF Donor Profiles: Living a Love of Nature

National Wildlife Federation supporters with wide-ranging interests share a common passion

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President's View: Celebrating 80 Years of Progress

Lauding the past and paying it forward

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Working for Wildlife

Celebrating the Victories of the National Wildlife Federation and Its Affiliates

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News of the Wild

How oil spills affect fish, California valley found to be vital bird winter habitat

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Why Communities Matter for Wildlife

Sometimes it takes a village to make a difference for imperiled species

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Nature's Witness: Polar Bear Power Shift

A photographer's close encounter with polar bears

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Shared Moment: A Cardinal Bull's-Eye

A photographer captures a split-second, snow-splattered encounter

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