The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2021

National Wildlife® // June–July 2021 Issue

Spawning a Solution

As the planet’s coral reefs vanish, the race is on to rescue and ...

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A Greater Good?

Scientists have recorded apparent acts of kindness among animals ...

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Life Keepers

For species declining in the wild, zoos and aquariums provide cri...

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What's in a Name?

The movement to remove racist names from birds

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Art Takes Flight

Centering the Black experience through art

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President's View: Support “5 Percent for Nature”

This proposal creates a once-in-a-generation opportunity for both...

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Working for Wildlife

Maryland aquarium spotlight, murals of iconic wildlife, teaching ...

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Editor's Note: Feeling the Wonder—and the Pain

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News of the Wild

Pollution regulations that save birds, the world's strongest beet...

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The Truth About Honey Bees

Raising nonnatives does not “save the bees”—and may harm them.

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Nature's Witness: Bounty of Bugs

The return of periodical cicadas reveals one of nature’s grand cy...

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Shared Moment: Pink Perfection

A milkweed oasis brings milkweed beetles, monarchs and more.

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WildLive: Spawning a Solution

A livestream conversation with NWF Naturalist David Mizejewski an...

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