Crimes Against Nature
Eager for quick profits, poachers target some of North America's ...
Letting Go of Lead
Hunters and anglers are switching to nonleaded ammunition and fis...
When a Treasured Relative Returns
A reverent gathering of tribal members celebrates the return of b...
President's View: Raising Voices for Positive Change
Transforming activism into action for healthy ecosystems and wild...
La Visión del Presidente: Levantemos La Voz Por un Cambio Positivo
Transformando el activismo en acciones que promuevan ecosistemas ...
Working for Wildlife
Safeguarding habitats in Wyoming, protecting the Delaware River B...
Can wildlife adapt to more extreme winters?
News of the Wild
How elk avoid predators, harsh winters shrink bird populations, o...
Life in the Litter
The dead leaves, dried stems and yard debris of winter sustain a ...
National Wildlife’s 2019 Photo Contest Winners
Shared Moment: Safe Passage
A whale mother and her calf on an epic trek
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.