A Flight for Their Lives
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The nation’s next administration and Congress should tackle our t...
From Field and Stream to Table
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President's View: A New Vision for Conservation
NWF strives to increase wildlife populations within a generation
Home on the Sage
A historic effort to conserve sagebrush habitat helps keep the gr...
Working for Wildlife
NWF and its affiliates are protecting public lands, bridging a ha...
Loss of the Wild
The rise of the captive cervid industry is raising concerns about...
When Birds Become Bird Food
Hawks are capitalizing on the abundance of prey attracted to back...
News of the Wild
Shrinking birds, insatiable porpoises and more
Nature's Witness: Sponge Buffet
A photographer captures a portrait of a sea turtle at work as “co...
Shared Moment: Milkweed Pod Cast
A photographer captures a cascade of seeds dispersing
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