The National Wildlife Federation

February-March 2020

National Wildlife® // February-March 2020 Issue

Restoring a Ravaged Coast

A decade after the worst oil spill in U.S. history, settlement fu...

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Deep Impact

Corals in the depths of the Gulf suffered a direct hit from the s...

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Region on the Half Shell

Along the U.S. Gulf Coast, oysters are key to healthy wildlife, t...

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Flight Risk

From weary migratory songbirds to breeding shorebirds and winteri...

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Gulf Coast: Much Accomplished, Much Left to Do

A healthy Gulf requires addressing past mistakes and facing newer...

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Staging A Gulf Recovery

During the 2010 spill, the oily reach of gushing crude (in orange...

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President's View: Reviving a Tarnished Treasure

Facing restoration challenges and building on successes in the Gu...

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Working for Wildlife

Inspiring future conservationists, a growing wildlife refuge and ...

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Species Spotlight: Whooping Crane

Slowly rebounding from near extinction, this bird’s survival depe...

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Species Spotlight: Florida Manatee

Protecting and restoring Gulf habitat will help manatees survive ...

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Species Spotlight: Loggerhead Sea Turtle

Adversely affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, sea turtle...

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Species Spotlight: Bryde's Whale

The endangered Gulf of Mexico population may be just one more cat...

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News of the Wild

Fatal attractions, seal supermoms and a growing threat to migrato...

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Shared Moment: Chill Cat

An unexpected sighting leads to a magical moment.

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