The National Wildlife Federation

February-March 2018

National Wildlife® // February–March 2018 Issue

Honoring a Legacy

For nearly 50 years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has...

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Sniff and Seek

Dogs’ amazing sense of smell helps scientists answer tough conser...

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President's View: A Visit with Texan By Nature Yields Hope

Outdoor classrooms engage our nation’s youth while accomplishing ...

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Working for Wildlife

Preserving Brazil’s threatened savanna, quenching megafires, savi...

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When Animals Grieve

Scientists are uncovering evidence that humans are not the only a...

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Behold a Neurological Wonder

With unsurpassed sensory skills, the star-nosed mole is a marvel ...

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News of the Wild

Northern elephant seals have rhythm, wood frogs revive from deep ...

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Nixing Neonics to Protect Pollinators

Gardeners can help safeguard bees and butterflies from the risks ...

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Nature's Witness: Winter Gem

A photographer captures a migrating redpoll’s stop for a snack

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Shared Moment: Polar Fleece

A photographer captures a tender moment as polar bears cuddle for...

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