Action Report: August/September 2013
How NWF is making a difference
Mines Imperilling Bull Trout
American Indian tribes are leading promising efforts to save Mont...
NWF View: The Power of Blue and Green
High-efficiency vehicles are a boon to the economy and the enviro...
Supporters: Music Maverick Alec Wilder Lived by His Own Melody
How a songbird inspired a composer to give back to nature
Wildlife Feels the Heat
A changing climate is raising temperatures and prolonging drought...
By a Nose: Birds' Surprising Sense of Smell
Biologists are discovering that many avian species rely on scent ...
On the Trail of Native Bees
With no paid staff or budget, a federal biologist launches an eff...
News of the Wild: Are Brown Bears Descended from Polar Bears?
One study shows on Alaska's ABC Islands, this is indeed the case
Become a Purple Martin Landlord
Declining over parts of their range, these insect-eating, winged ...
Final Frame: Snap Shot
A young snapping turtle allows a photographer to take its best si...
Dazzling Images of the Nocturnal Gray Fox
A camera-toting biologist captures images of “one of the most mys...
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