Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

National Wildlife Federation news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 70   

Articles published

Chesterfield to Receive Conservation Service Award from the National Wildlife ...
Recognized for 10 years as a National Wildlife Federation CertifiedCommunity Wildlife Habitat�. Chesterfield, MO - September 24, 2014 - Leading a nationwide trend in community action to address wildlife habitat loss, the City of Chesterfield, Missouri ...
National Wildlife Federation Launches Mountain Lion Campaign
The National Wildlife Federation will announce its �#saveLAcougars� campaign, which supports mountain lion research, on Friday, Sept.
Campaign launched to help mountain lions, other wildlife cross freeway  Ventura County Star
'Save LA Cougars' campaign calls for Agoura Hills wildlife crossing  Los Angeles Times
Related articles »  
Pratt Receives National Wildlife Federation Fellowship
Anna Pratt '15, Shoreview, received a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) fellowship for her engagement work with climate dialogues in the Morris community.
National Wildlife Federation Invites College Students to Compete to Reduce
"By inspiring thousands of students across the U.S. to take action to reduce energy and water use on campus, Campus Conservation Nationals, supports the National Wildlife Federation's mission to foster the next generation of student leaders for ...
Related articles »  
Sea Pines couple's backyard certified by National Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation recognized the Heintz's home on Stoney Creek Road as a Certified Wildlife Habitat -- a garden space that improves habitat for birds, butterflies, frogs and other wildlife by providing food, clean water, cover and places ...
Related articles »  
More Ticks Equals More Concern for New Hampshire Moose Population
PHOTO: A new report from the National Wildlife Federation finds winter ticks are becoming more abundant in New Hampshire, in part because of less severe winters.
Related articles »  
Benton earns habitat distinction
CORVALLIS - Since July 2013, individuals and groups coming together under the umbrella of the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition have worked toward making Benton County a National Wildlife Federation-certified Backyard Wildlife Habitat Community.
Related articles »  
Threatened tortoise species adopted by Oakland Park preserve
Reporter: NOW A PIECE OF PARADISE HAS BEEN SAVED BY THE CITY OF OAKLAND PARK THANKS FROM SUPPORT FROM THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION. ANIMAL ADVOCATE JACEY BIRCH TAKES TO US A HIDDEN GEM CHOCKFUL ...
Wildlife event coming to Hutto
Volunteers from National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Habitat Stewards, Native Plant Society of Texas, Williamson County's Good Water Master Naturalists, and Williamson County Master Gardeners will help with children's activities as well as demonstrate ...
Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation banquet draws major celebrity support
�Sometimes it surprises you who knows who, even in Buffalo, Missouri,� said Craig Alderman, executive director of the national organization based in Buffalo, and a member of the local chapter. �When you have worked in the industry that uses celebrities ...