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Read about the latest events, issues, legislation, and more affecting wildlife and our work.

bobwhite quail pair, Steve Maslowski

Historic, Bipartisan Bill Will Galvanize Wildlife Recovery

The Recovering America's Wildlife Act, introduced by U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), will dedicate $1.4 billion annually to proactive, voluntary, locally-led efforts to recover thousands of at-risk wildlife species while creating jobs and ensuring our outdoor heritage endures for future generations.

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DeFazio ‘One of Congress’ All-Time Greatest Champions for Wildlife, Public Lands, Healthy Waterways’

Dec 01, 2021

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer, AG Nessel Move to Shut Down Line 5 Amid Enbridge Delays in Federal Court

Nov 30, 2021

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Elk photo by Sandee Harraden

Urgent Federal Leasing Reforms Needed to Ensure Taxpayers Made Whole, Wildlife Safeguarded

Nov 26, 2021

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A young, golden snub-nosed monkey clings to its sure-footed mother as she cautiously prepares to leap to a new branch in China’s Qinling Mountains

National Wildlife Magazine Announces 2021 Photo Contest Winners

Nov 20, 2021

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A mother bear and cub in the Tongass National Forest. Credit: Howie Garber Photography.

Restoring Protections in the Tongass Will Benefit Wildlife, People, Climate

Nov 19, 2021

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Bald eagle in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. Photo by Andy Morffew.

House Approves Historic Investments in Wildlife, Resilience, Clean Energy

Nov 19, 2021

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Ducks, Pixabay

EPA Tosses Rule that Stripped Stream, Wetland Protections

Nov 18, 2021

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Mackinac bridge in Michigan, Shutterstock

Court Ruling Underscores Need for President to Engage on Line 5, Protect the Great Lakes

Nov 16, 2021

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