The National Wildlife Federation

December 2019-January 2020

National Wildlife® // December 2019-January 2020 Issue

Crimes Against Nature

Eager for quick profits, poachers target some of North America's ...

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Letting Go of Lead

Hunters and anglers are switching to nonleaded ammunition and fis...

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When a Treasured Relative Returns

A reverent gathering of tribal members celebrates the return of b...

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President's View: Raising Voices for Positive Change

Transforming activism into action for healthy ecosystems and wild...

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La Visión del Presidente: Levantemos La Voz Por un Cambio Positivo

Transformando el activismo en acciones que promuevan ecosistemas ...

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Working for Wildlife

Safeguarding habitats in Wyoming, protecting the Delaware River B...

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Cold Comfort

Can wildlife adapt to more extreme winters?

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News of the Wild

How elk avoid predators, harsh winters shrink bird populations, o...

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Life in the Litter

The dead leaves, dried stems and yard debris of winter sustain a ...

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Kindred Spirits

National Wildlife’s 2019 Photo Contest Winners

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Shared Moment: Safe Passage

A whale mother and her calf on an epic trek

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