Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference
The Federation is saving forests, protecting migratory birds, for...
A Tale of Two Cranes
Threatened by water diversions, both sandhill and whooping cranes...
Ferreting Out a Safe Harbor
Under a unique federal program, a Colorado ranch provides a home ...
The Deepening Mystery of Moose Decline
Biologists are having a hard time pinning down the cause of a moo...
NWF Supporter Mary Pope Osborne Reveals the World’s Magic
Renowned children’s author gives the gift of reading and nature
NWF View: Working Together
NWF and its affiliates advance conservation priorities
Whale-Friendly Wind Power
NWF and its partners have brokered landmark agreements that help ...
After half a century, the U.S. Wilderness Act is still safeguardi...
Searching for Bird-Safe Windows
With building collisions killing up to a billion birds a year, sc...
News of the Wild
Wolves of Isle Royale are declining due to inbreeding
Final Frame: Bear Hug
A photographer captures an image of two bear cubs sharing a tende...
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