The National Wildlife Federation

August–September 2014

National Wildlife® // August–September 2014 Issue

Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference

Promoting wildlife-friendly energy, a guide for combating climate...

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NWF Welcomes New President and CEO

Collin O’Mara aims to inspire all generations to conserve nature

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NWF Supporter Extols NWF Education

College professor and entomologist praises the Federation's educa...

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An NWF View from NWF's New President

Protecting wildlife has never been more important

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Saving the Red Wolf

Coyotes and poaching threaten the only U.S. red wolf population, ...

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Sea Change for Sea Turtles

Sea turtles nesting in the southeastern United States are recover...

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Breeding Bird Survey Takes Birders to the Streets

Chandler Robbins created an annual volunteer bird survey that is ...

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Dolphin Tale 2: An Inspiring Tale of a Tail

The only dolphin fitted with a prosthetic tail fluke is not only ...

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Dragonflies are Dangerous Beauties

Despite their dainty appearance, these backyard visitors are vora...

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News of the Wild: Crocodiles

Crocodiles and alligators use twigs to bait birds

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Seeing Sea Turtles

Check out these easy-to-reach spots to watch sea turtles lay eggs...

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Helping Backyard Birds Beat the Heat

Equipped with adaptations for keeping cool, birds still can use s...

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NWF Certified Community is the Cat's Cradle

South Carolina’s Kiawah Island is home to one of the United State...

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Final Frame: Gulp!

A tiny Arctic tern bites off more fish than he can swallow in thi...

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