Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference
NWF, its affiliates and partners are working for wildlife, from r...
The Great Marsh: Nature's Flood Insurance
How NWF and its partners are helping to bolster coastal Massachus...
NWF President View: Building Resilience
Bolstering natural infrastructure to protect communities and wild...
News of the Wild
Dolphin Memory Rivals That of Humans
Birds Moving North
As winters get warmer, birds once rare at northern backyard feede...
Why Birds Need Native Trees
The Carolina chickadee is giving scientists a model to study the ...
News of the Wild: Ticks Thought to be Killing Moose
Parisitism causing adults and calves to be the "walking dead"
Snowy Owl Snowstorm
A landmark study of snowy owls in the Lower 48 reveals surprises ...
Urban Wildlife Bounty
Research reveals cities support a surprising wealth of species
Wildlife Oases in New York's Concrete Jungle
A resourceful researcher discovers that urban green roofs attract...
Junipers Help Birds Cope with the Cold
These native trees provide wildlife a steady supply of food and s...
Photo Story: Fragile Footing in the Alaska
An Arctic fox trails a polar bear across the tundra
Final Frame: Brown Bear Greeting
A photographer gets a great photo-and a wave-from an Alaskan bear
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