The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2019 Issue

National Wildlife® // June–July 2019 Issue

A Plague of Plastics

From the Arctic to Antarctica, ocean debris is killing marine wil...

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Running the Gauntlet

Crops, dams, fences, roads and other human footprints can block a...

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The Little Fox that Could

Vigilant hands-on care keeps Santa Catalina Island foxes alive.

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A Homegrown Hero in Ohio

Activist Alicia Smith helps her Toledo neighborhood get healthier...

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President’s View: Creating Safe Passage for Wildlife

Reconnecting and restoring habitat corridors is a top conservatio...

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La Visión del Presidente: Creando un Paso Seguro para la Vida Silvestre

Reconectar y restaurar los corredores ecológicos es una de las pr...

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Working for Wildlife

Sustaining an Idaho sporting and wildlife paradise, celebrating c...

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News of the Wild

Mammals in our midst; jaws faster than the blink of an eye; how b...

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The Downsides of Home Rearing

To support declining monarchs, restore habitat and eliminate pest...

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Treasure Traps

Known as carnivorous killers of hapless insects, pitcher plants a...

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Nature’s Witness: Family Bonding

Morning sun warms a meerkat clan.

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Shared Moment: A Perfect Match

A beak perfectly built for the task

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