Action Report: How National Wildlife Federation Is Making a Difference
Tar Sands Time Bomb in the Great Lakes?
An oil company plans to send more tar sands crude through aging p...
NWF View: A Bipartisan Call for Climate Action
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Shorebirds' Fate Hinges on Horseshoe Crabs
Along the coast of Delaware Bay, thousands of migratory birds dep...
Supporters: Keeping an Eye Out for Nature
New Jersey donors lay out the welcome mat for wildlife on 54 acre...
Crafty Mussels Use Mimicry and Muscle
North American freshwater bivalves use surprising methods of dece...
News of the Wild
The Culture of Cetaceans
Rattlesnakes on the Hunt
Western diamondback rattlesnakes maintain surprisingly complex re...
Thwarting Backyard Squirrels
Tips for outwitting these clever thieves at your bird feeders
Final Frame: A Tiger Moth's Balancing Act
A photographer captures an image of this close encounter
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