The National Wildlife Federation

October–November 2021

National Wildlife® // October–November 2021 Issue

Pulse of the Heartland

Grasslands store carbon, cycle nutrients and sustain songbirds an...

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Unquiet Seas

Across the world’s oceans, a rising tide of human-caused noise is...

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Miami Upcycle

The Underline adds art, gardens and safe spaces to play under the...

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Breathing Deep

In frontline communities across the nation, residents and activis...

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WildLive: A Community Conversation with Women of Color

Three environmental justice leaders with Black, Latinx/e and Indi...

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A Well of Inspiration

Reflecting on 30 years since the dawn of the environmental justic...

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President's View: Acting Now on a Collision of Crises

Urgent action is needed to prevent a "code red for humanity."

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All trick, no treat?

The high price of harvesting cocoa for chocolate

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Working for Wildlife

Building a clean economy, spotlight on Conservation Northwest, su...

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Editor's Note: Our Inextricable Bonds

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News of the Wild

A shrimp's potent blow, a bird's powerful memory and a bee's pung...

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Tree Death Brings New Life

A wealth of wildlife relies on tree snags, known as “habitat tree...

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Nature's Witness: Trapped Twins

A photographer captures an eerie scene of a pitcher plant's prey.

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Shared Moment: A song in my heart

Poised as if to croon a Sinatra ballad, an Arctic ground squirrel...

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