Celebrating America’s “Great Land”
In the 150 years since the United States purchased Alaska, Americans have taken extraordinary steps to protect its wildlife and wild lands
President's View: Making the Case for Conservation
Building on America's conservation successes to protect a legacy of wildlife and wild lands
Farewell to the World’s Smallest Tarantula?
An endangered spider struggles to survive as the forest changes in its Appalachian home
Working for Wildlife
NWF and affiliates' new vision to save wildlife, protecting the "birthplace of rivers" and more
How an urban rookery in California stirs both distress and delight
Out of Time?
Mountain caribou are vanishing, but conservationists aren’t giving up
News of the Wild
Whale calves "whisper," one of the largest aerial migrations and more
Oh, What Tangled Webs They Weave
Intricate, alluring and often deadly, spiderwebs reflect their makers’ goals
The Cat Conundrum
Tens of millions of free-roaming felines take a huge toll on wildlife; what to do about them has spawned battles from coast to coast
A Helping Hand for Early Bees
This fall planting season, don’t forget about flowers that early emerging pollinators need
Nature's Witness: Living Color
A photographer captures a stunning image of a brittle star garden
Shared Moment: You’re getting sleepy ...
A photographer captures the penetrating gaze of a Galápagos short-eared owl
Our declining wildlife need urgent protection before they face serious risk of extinction. This bold vision for conservation funding could be the solution.Read More
Urge Congress to stand up for polar bears and their young by opposing drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.Read More
Students ages 9-18 are invited to share their big idea through the "Every Elephant Counts" contest for a chance to win a trip to Botswana.Read More
Get to know the amazing wildlife in your backyard and beyond.Read More
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