The National Wildlife Federation

December 2018-January 2019

National Wildlife® // December 2018-January 2019 Issue

Art of the Possible

Conservation success depends on many advocates—and contemporary a...

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Story of a Century

Following the tracks of a hundred-year-old biological survey, mod...

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It’s Time for a Low-Salt Diet

A salty solution to winter ice is hurting nature’s health—but you...

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President’s View: Time for Solutions to Toxic Algal Blooms

Algal blooms present complex challenges that require commonsense ...

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La Visión Del Presidente: Es Tiempo de Solucionar la Floración de Algas Tóxicas

Las floraciones algales presentan desafíos complejos que requiere...

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Working for Wildlife

A voice for Latinos, wood furniture scorecard, recycling on campu...

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Space Invaders

From zebra mussels to water hyacinth, invasive species sabotage o...

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News of the Wild

Narwhal's super sonar, shrews shrink, and eating like a bird

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Making Your Christmas Tree Wildlife Friendly

Buy a sustainably and locally grown tree, then use it to help wil...

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Crown Jewels

National Wildlife’s 2018 Photo Contest Winners

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Shared Moment: Night Fight

Photographer Karin Leperi catches a duel between tent-making bats

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