The National Wildlife Federation

Winter 2023

National Wildlife® // Winter 2023 Issue

Making My World

With a deep passion for the natural world, Black researchers, wri...

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Loving the Land

Honoring some notable Black U.S. environmentalists past and prese...

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Clear Passage

Dam removal is restoring epic runs of herring and other fish in m...

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Sacred Return

Bison transfer from Denver, Colorado, to Cheyenne and Arapaho Peo...

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Claiming Our Birthright

Rooted in the land, Black Americans are transforming conservation...

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President's View

On the Brink of History

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Editor's Note

Charting A New Course

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Field Work

Wildlife crossing construction begins, a podcast telling stories ...

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Next Generation: Megan Harwell

New ideas in conservation

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Decline of an Ancient Mariner

Plagued by modern threats, prehistoric horseshoe crabs are linchp...

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Many Songs Lifting Spirits

People are happier when they spend time with a diversity of bird ...

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Whale cultural exchange, woodpecker power and how birds & bees ma...

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Pulse of the Planet

National Wildlife’s 2022 Photo Contest Winners

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Animal Attraction

With help from a remote camera, a photographer captures a stream ...

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Coyote and Snow

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