The National Wildlife Federation is teaming up with the creators of the animated film The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature and the other partners to encourage families to help conserve their local parks.
In this fun-filled sequel, Surly, your favorite mischievous squirrel (voiced by Will Arnett) returns. He and his buddies such as Andie (voiced by Katherine Heigl) and as well as other characters band together to stop Oakton City's mayor from destroying their city park home to make way for an amusement park.
The National Wildlife Federation is also offering online resources to help kids, parents, teachers and wildlife enthusiasts of all ages conserve public lands and connect with nature.
Download the official movie poster
As the film’s education partner, the National Wildlife Federation is providing a list of fun activities to help kids, parents, educators, and wildlife enthusiasts of all ages conserve public lands and connect with nature.
Plant trees, where squirrels make their home! Learn about urban wildlife and how you can plant Trees for Wildlife™. You can also join one of these fun park events and meet Surly!
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