The National Wildlife Federation

April-May 2018

National Wildlife® // April-May 2018 Issue

President’s View: Honoring 45 Years of Garden for Wildlife

From backyards to schoolyards to entire cities, Certified Wildlif...

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Working for Wildlife

Restoring Florida’s trees, filling in bee habitat gaps, gardening...

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Ultimate Opportunists

Clever and charismatic, red foxes can thrive alongside human neig...

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Working the Night Shift

Far more abundant than daytime-flying butterflies, moths play key...

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News of the Wild

Impacts of insecticides and climate on songbirds, altruistic plan...

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Roots of a Revolution

From its humble start in a handful of yards 45 years ago, the Nat...

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Make Your Yard a Spray-Free Zone

With many insect species in decline, gardeners can do their part ...

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Butterfly Hero: One Girl’s Passion Helps Pollinators Soar

Genevieve Leroux has turned her garden—and her California communi...

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School Hero: Fostering Growth Inside and Out

By supporting wildlife gardening, Principal Terry Patton brings n...

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Community Hero: Creating Connections in Paradise

Led by an inspiring gardener, residents convert their community i...

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City Hero: Making a Home for Monarchs

A Texas mayor sends out the welcome wagon for pollinators and oth...

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Nature’s Witness: Super Bloom

Heavy rains bring abundant life to a California desert

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Shared Moment: Hide and Peek

Patience and a keen eye help photographer Anne Grimes catch an an...

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