Puerto Rican Parrot Comeback
Once nearly extinct, a rare parrot is staging a surprise recovery
Action Report: How NWF is Making a Difference
Across the globe and the nation, NWF and its affiliates are leadi...
Experiments in plant and animal relocations raise both controvers...
Eco-Schools Teach Eco-Living
New York City goes to the head of the class in environmental educ...
Presidents View: Greening Our School's Curricula
Environmental education expands students' minds, health and happi...
Honoring Conservation Pioneer Ash Brownridge
Ash Brownridge left a wildlife-education legacy that has influenc...
Do Animals Teach?
Researchers are discovering how some species actively instruct th...
A roving herd in Zimbabwe puts human ingenuity to the test
News of the Wild
Nature helps kids learn, explosive insect, first-known warm-blood...
Why You Should Leave the Leaves
Savvy gardeners know that keeping fallen leaves on their property...
Final Frame: Roll Call
Adult emperor penguins guard a lineup of juveniles
Nature's Witness: Ant Turf War
An egg-popping ant makes an eye-popping photo
As many Americans gather this week with family and friends to mark Thanksgiving, we want to take the time to recognize the different meanings this day holds for Indigenous Peoples.Read More
Promoting more-inclusive outdoor experiences for allRead the Story
A groundbreaking bipartisan bill aims to address the looming wildlife crisis before it's too late, while creating sorely needed jobs.Read More
A Year of Staying Close: Winners of Our 2021 Photo ContestSee the Winners
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.