The National Wildlife Federation

December 2016–January 2017

National Wildlife® // December 2016–January 2017 Issue

President's View: Uniting Americans for Wildlife

Conservation can be a common ground for bipartisan collaboration

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Malheur Refuge on the Rebound

One year after a destructive, armed takeover, this key western bi...

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Peril at Journey’s End

Fluttering down for the winter, monarch butterflies face growing ...

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Ranger Rick: Nature’s Ambassador Hits the Big 5-0

After 50 years, Ranger Rick® magazine still delights, educates an...

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Working for Wildlife

National monuments named, nation's first offshore wind farm estab...

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Bird Feeding: No Feeders Required

If bird feeders are against the rules—or impractical—natural food...

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Coyote Nation

Once restricted to the continent’s midsection, this adaptable pre...

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News of the Wild

Owls recharging during winter, slick swordfish

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Shared Moment: An Egret Bound for the Heavens

A photographer captures a bird's angelic grace

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January Caption Contest

Submit your caption for a chance at winning a prize

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Nature’s Witnesses

Powerful images of wilderness can inspire conservation action. “T...

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Conservation Photography Through the Years

From the days of glass plates to today's digital images, photogra...

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