The National Wildlife Federation

October–November 2016

National Wildlife® // October–November 2016 Issue

A Flight for Their Lives

Millions of bats have died from white-nose syndrome, but scientists are striving to slow the fungus down

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Beyond Politics

The nation’s next administration and Congress should tackle our toughest conservation challenges—and leave a legacy for wildlife

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From Field and Stream to Table

Foodies turn to hunting and fishing for the ultimate sustainable protein

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President's View: A New Vision for Conservation

NWF strives to increase wildlife populations within a generation

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Home on the Sage

A historic effort to conserve sagebrush habitat helps keep the greater sage-grouse off the U.S. endangered species list

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Working for Wildlife

NWF and its affiliates are protecting public lands, bridging a habitat gap for mountain lions and much more

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Loss of the Wild

The rise of the captive cervid industry is raising concerns about disease—and harming the nation’s hunting heritage

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When Birds Become Bird Food

Hawks are capitalizing on the abundance of prey attracted to backyard bird feeders

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News of the Wild

Shrinking birds, insatiable porpoises and more

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Nature's Witness: Sponge Buffet

A photographer captures a portrait of a sea turtle at work as “coral reef landscaper"

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Shared Moment: Milkweed Pod Cast

A photographer captures a cascade of seeds dispersing

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