Discover the latest stories from the Outdoors community.
Switching to nonlead ammunition and fishing tackle ensures cleaner meat and reduces the impact on non-target wildlife
Staff Profile: Zach Cockrum has a fly rod in hand and line on the water wherever he goes
Americans are taking to the outdoors for our recovery - the Great American Outdoors Act and #responsiblerecreation can help
Staff Profile: Erin Willhoft's passion for hunting and fishing in her native Louisiana led to her work with NWF's Vanishing Paradise program
Efforts to stop Asian carp advanced last week in the Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee as it approved the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2020, which includes both authorization of the plan to rebuild the Brandon Road Lock and Dam in Illinois to block the advance of Asian carp toward the Great Lakes, and funding for a pilot project to reduce their populations and block their further advance in the Mississippi River basin and its tributaries.
Hunters and anglers from multiple conservation groups gathered in the Northwoods last fall for a nonlead cast and blast
There's plenty to do to prepare for future adventures while we mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by staying home
Where open, public lands can help us through the COVID-19 lockdown only if we practice social distancing.
The harvest of wild foods is yet another reason to protect wildlands.
Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander has long been a conservation champion for our state.
These sportsmen and women make it their mission to leave these lands in better condition than when they found them.
Politicians in Michigan are trying to override wildlife biologists' efforts to contain the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease
A hunter's personal account of lost opportunity in a new climate reality
With ruffed grouse and sage grouse habitat already diminishing, climate change could significantly reduce their range.
Anglers across the country are seeing that climate change isn’t just a future threat to fishing: it’s a current impact.
Aaron Kindle, a lifelong Westerner and senior manager for Western sporting campaigns, shares what inspires his love for the outdoors—and how we can all step up to help to protect it.
Stop Pebble Mine
Help save the largest wild sockeye salmon run in the world: Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to stop the Pebble Mine in the Bristol Bay watershed.
Join the National Wildlife Federation and our affiliates across the country in supporting our public lands, wildlife, and sporting heritage.