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National Wildlife Federation honors Knoxville
Knoxvillians will soon be hearing more about ways to take care of the area's wildlife. Mayor Madeline Rogero announced Monday that the city has been approved for entry into the "Community Wildlife Habitat" program by the National Wildlife Federation.
David Mizejewski Promotes NWF's Urban Wildlife Week
National Wildlife Federation spokesman, and naturalist David Mizejewski stopped by AOL's Build Series studios in NYC on 10/13/16 to promote NWF's 1st ever “Urban Wildlife Week” starting the week of Sunday, October 16, 2016.
National Wildlife Federation asks court to consider agency's decision
The National Wildlife Federation notified a federal court on Friday that the federal agency charged with pipeline safety failed to explain why in 2013 it approved an oil spill response plan for a pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac - known as Line 5 ...
National Wildlife Federation Launches P-22 Day Festival and Urban Wildlife Week
The National Wildlife Federation and its community partners will celebrate mountain lion P-22, a Los Angeles icon, with a series of free community events October 16-22.
The Funders Helping Wildlife Find Safe Passage Across Highways
It could be the largest wildlife crossing in North America, with costs as high as $60 million. Proponents like the National Wildlife Federation are in the process of raising public and private funding for the span—state transportation dollars are too ...
Denver joins national movement to save monarch butterfly population
Denver is now part of a national collaboration committed to saving the monarch butterfly. On Thursday, Mayor Michael Hancock took the National Wildlife Federation's Mayors' Monarch Pledge, committing the city to “sustainable practices” that will help ...
Home for Butterflies and Birds
The National Wildlife Federation recently named the school a certified wildlife habitat through its Garden for Wildlife program.
Griffith Park Celebrates 'P-22 Day' For LA's Favorite Mountain Lion
GRIFFITH PARK—The National Wildlife Federation is encouraging animal and wildlife lovers alike to join them in a day-long celebration for Los Angeles' most famous feline resident, P-22 - the mountain lion who historically trekked 50 miles from the ...
Can following a famous cougar's journey help save urban wildlife?
This week, the most prominent local mammal wearing a radio tracking collar isn't P-22, Southern California's most famous mountain lion, it's Beth Pratt-Bergstrom.
P-22 Fest: Following in His Footsteps  NBC Southern California
LA's P22 – The Cat that Changed America  City Watch
Painting pumas
Colman garnered the moniker when she was selected by the National Wildlife Federation to paint about 50 mountain lions that have been tagged by the National Park Service over a decade as part of a study on how the cats are faring in a landlocked ...