The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2016

National Wildlife® // June–July 2016 Issue

Embattled Bighorns

Drastic steps to save bighorn sheep lead to clashes and compromise across the West

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New Funding Plan: Song of Salvation?

A bold, new initiative for species of concern could revolutionize conservation

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Living Legacy

The U.S. National Park Service celebrates more than a century of conservation—and struggles to sustain its mission

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President's View: Building a Diverse Conservation Army

Working to empower all Americans who want to help wildlife

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Working for Wildlife

From saving endangered species to showing how to live with wildlife, NWF and its affiliates are making a difference

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Living Light

Glowing organisms have captured our curiosity for centuries, yet scientists are still discovering how they glow—and why

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Habitat Help in the Age of Zika

As peak mosquito season arrives, take steps to prevent disease without killing off the good bugs

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News of the Wild

Latest wildlife news and science from National Wildlife magazine

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Native, or Not So Much?

Native plants transformed into flashy “nativars” may look pretty, but are they good for wildlife?

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Beyond the Bee

From flies to bats to lizards, our special summer photo gallery captures the diversity of animals that pollinate the world’s plants

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Nature's Witness: Play Date

A photographer captures a photo of a mother orangutan retrieving her baby as it romps with a playmate

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Keeping the Wild in Wildlife Photography

Authentic nature photography that helps—rather than harms—wildlife conservation

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Shared Moment: No Vacancy

A photographer captures an image of an alligator pausing for a rest stop on top of a turtle

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