The National Wildlife Federation

April–May 2014

National Wildlife® // April–May 2014 Issue

Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference

From saving endangered species to creating wildlife habitat, NWF ...

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Gulf of Mexico Wildlife Still Suffering

Four years after BP oil spill, region is yet to be restored

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Mascots Versus Climate Change

Your sports team mascot may be fighting for survival, and not jus...

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Larry Schweiger's Legacy

NWF president and conservation leader announces retirement

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NWF View: President Larry Schweiger Bids Farewell

A conservation leader reflects upon his years of service at Natio...

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Reaching Nature Through Social Media

An NWF regional office creates an online community that introduce...

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Saving a Sacred Fish

After a century-long absence, sockeye salmon are back in Washingt...

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Raccoons: A League of Their Own

As urban raccoon populations grow, biologists are discovering the...

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Sharks and Wolves: Separated at Birth?

Top predators in very different ecosystems can have similar effec...

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The Buzz About Bumblebees

Across North America and beyond, bumblebees are in trouble, but g...

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Communities Gone Wild

From tiny towns to major cities, NWF community habitats nurture n...

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Gardening for Climate Change

As more birds alter their ranges to cope with a warming climate, ...

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Final Frame: Fighting Anoles

Photographer captures an image of these arboreal lizards locked i...

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More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 52 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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