The National Wildlife Federation

April–May 2015

National Wildlife® // April–May 2015 Issue

Action Report: How NWF and Its Affiliates are Making a Difference

From aiding pollinators in peril to protecting rain forests, the ...

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Battle for Butterflies

The fight to bring back North America’s dwindling migratory monar...

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Helping a Famous Frog Go the Distance

Little wetlands go a long way for California’s new state amphibia...

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Special Report: Five Years After the BP Oil Spill

Wildlife still suffering in the Gulf of Mexico

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NWF President's View: A New Call to Action to Help Monarchs

NWF, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and others unite to restore h...

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News of the Wild

How gardening benefits kids, legacy of an oil spill, love at firs...

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Give Opossums a Break

Why it makes sense to make way for opossums in your garden

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Gardening Tips for Seniors

Exercising their green thumbs helps seniors reap mental and physi...

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Redefining Curb Appeal

Homeowners are recognizing the value of replacing front lawns wit...

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Educating Tomorrow's Naturalists

NWF’s Schoolyard Habitats® program moves beyond traditional schoo...

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Smarty Plants

New studies explore the “brains” behind plant behavior

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Ten Tips to Give Frogs a Landing Pad

Creating a small wetland is easier than you think and can go a lo...

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Final Frame: Wood Duck Blast Off!

A photographer captures the moment wood ducklings leap from their...

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Photo Story: Spring Jewel

A photographer captures a stunning photo of a bird and bloom

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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.

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