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That’s a wrap on season one of ‘Seeds of Culture Change!’ Our final episode of the season features @NWF staff, including our CEO @Collin_OMara sharing their visions of what the future of the organization can look like. 🔊 Listen now 🎧
When we save wildlife, we save ourselves 🐸🐟🦅 The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act will prevent extinction and ensure the full diversity #wildlifeife thrive for future generations. 🌍 Help#RecoverWildlifelife today
As we close out our 60th year of publishing National Wildlife magazine, we’re excited to announce some bold new changes coming soon that will allow us to bring you an even more elegant, engaging magazine in the years ahead. 📚 Learn more 📲
A new research study finds that living near green space is also linked to lower #healthcare costs 🏡 🌳 Human well-being an#naturere are inextricably linked. @ClemsonVRNLabL@MutelBrowningi@KPDORDOR Learn more…xsy7
Tongue-tied 🐸 A green tree frog in the swamp in Ocala, Florida. 🌲 Young Photographers | 📷 Preston Ballard National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable Mentions
Leave the leaves! 🍂 Instead of raking and discarding your leaves this fall, use the fallen foliage for some#GreenHourr family fun. 🤗 Create leaf mazes and challenge your friends and family to make their way through them.…8YS Powered @LLBeanean
An active network of community leaders has helped Broward County, FL become nationally recognized for expanding quality habitat for migratory birds & other wildlife. Watch our video highlighting the Broward Habitat Connectivity Project. #ClimateResilience
.@NWF’s @Collin_OMara highlights the huge impact the #bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act can have: “We’ve done a great job at saving the species that we hunt & fish. This is a way to bring back the full diversity of wildlife.” #RecoverWildlife…
“We must ensure that all Americans and their families are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve and to live their lives fully and safely, without discrimination or fear of violence." - @Collin_OMara @NWF CEO…
José Ignacio Gaona, HECHO's National Policy and Advocacy Manager, spoke with the Weather Channel en Español about climate change, the Colorado River crisis, the impact on Hispanics, and HECHO's work. Watch his interview here.… @weatherespanol
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For 20 years, a pioneering market-based approach has been resolving conflicts between livestock and at-risk wildlife by shifting grazing away from high-conflict areas. 🐻�
Our team on ‘Seeds of Culture Change’ believes that a personal commitment to ongoing learning is essential to equity and justice work. Are you on an equity journey? Tune in to hear reflections from folks who have spent time on their individual journeys. ▶️
.@MyODFW's Fish Eggs to Fry connects the next generation of salmon to the next generation of stewards. Through a hands-on learning experience, students develop a personal relationship with salmon & trout, & a lifelong commitment to wildlife conservation…
It's #AmericaRecyclesDay ♻️ A whopping 91% of recyclable plastics end up in landfills. Track your progress & join our community by taking the #CleanEarthChallenge and working towards our goal of picking up 1 million pieces of trash at! 🌍 Learn more 📲cleanearthchallenge.com4vv
The eyes of a creature so solitary it’s rarely seen in the wild, even by the biologists who study it. Somewhere in the shadows of a winter dusk that falls over Kluane Wildlife Sanctuary in Canada, those eyes are watching & they belong to the Canada lynx.
Native Pollinator Garden Installation 🦋 As the growing season ends, ten faith communities in Wilmington, DE, celebrate the installation of their native pollinator gardens. 💐 Read more �
Take a Hike! 🚶‍♂️ Hiking is a great way to spend any#GreenHourr but especially#NationalHikingDayy on 11/17! Head to a trail with family & friends, or create your own by mapping out a special path using landmarks & trail signs to show which way to go. 🗺️
"Policymakers must find ways to incentivize climate adaptation and mitigation & ensure that every taxpayer dollar goes further than before." Read more in @Newsweek about steps to mitigate the impacts of Heatwaves from @NWF's Jessie Ritter:
Amid a cornucopia of #native grasses and wildflowers, a monarch #butterfly caterpillar feeds on swamp milkweed during summer on a prairie in Missouri. Some prairies shelter more #plant species per square foot than tropical rainforests. 🦋💐
The U.S. has been warming faster than the rest of the world over the past 50 years, according to a report by the National Climate Assessment. 📝 #COP277 reminds us that drastic global efforts are needed to fight & adapt to#climatechangee. 🌍 Read here
Thank you to everyone who used their voice, and #voted in the #MidtermElection! ✅ Democracy takes time, and @NWF applauds election officials working hard right now to #CountEveryVote.
📢 Shrubs are here...and 15% off! We're excited to introduce our new flowering shrub options, just in time for their best planting season. Order now and save 15% (no code needed). Ends Friday, 11/11 at 11:59 p.m. Shop native #GardenForWildlifeeA
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Stories in the conservation movement influence who sees themselves represented, how people interact with each other outdoors, how we connect with our shared environment, and more. 🌍 How we tell stories is crucial to inviting more people into our mission. ✅m
Election Day is not Results Day! ✅ We can’t rush democracy; it takes time to #CountEveryVote.
Happy #ElectionDay ✅ It’s your last chance to #vote in the #MidtermElections and have your voice heard! 🦅l
Nothing to See Here 🐻 Black Bear Cub stealing eggs at Yellowstone National Park Baby Animals | 📷 Chuck Amore National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable Mentions �
Tomorrow is #ElectionDay and your last day to cast your #vote in the #MidtermElection. If you run into any obstacles while trying to vote, call an Election Protection hotline to help! ✅
You have 2 days to make your voice heard in the #MidtermElection. The next Congress will make decisions impacting conservation, wildlife, and other issues affecting communities. 📜 #MakeAPlann to#votee by Tuesday, November 8th! ✅ Learn more 📲
On #NationalBisonDay, we need a shift in thinking to see #buffalo as they are, as #wildlife, rather than the false paradigm that has characterized them as livestock. With this paradigm shift, we see the interconnection between buffalo, landscapes, ecology, #culture and community.
Are the trees changing color where you live? Learn the science behind those brilliant autumn leaves. 🍂 🍁 #Falll#Autumnm#GardenForWildlifef#LeaveTheLeavese9a
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Teaching bats navigation 🦇 They found that when a#pupp is a few weeks old, its#motherr begins carrying it outside the cave every night, leaving it in a specific nearby tree that serves as a “nursery” while she flies off in search of food. Read more 📲
Daylight Savings Time ends on November 6th. 🕥 Using the “extra hour,” see if you can spot crepuscular wildlife at dusk & dawn. Be a wildlife detective & try to spot creatures in action at any time of day with tips from#GreenHourr. 🦉…v2n @LLBeanean.
Now that you’ve been inspired by #GarWeek, please help gar survive & thrive by asking Congress to pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. Link: 4 of the 5 gar species in US (Alligator, Shortnose, Spotted, Florida) are at-risk & will directly benefit!
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Called wildlife-stress physiology, this branch of science has been flourishing —with big implications for #conservation. Measuring how stress affects individual creatures, scientists say, could serve as an early-warning system for populations in trouble.
Traditions change but continue to uplift our connection with nature. For hundreds of years, as #DayoftheDead celebrations begin, the blue skies of the State of México are painted with bright orange, black and white kaleidoscopes. 💀�…Hr
Prioritizing employee #wellness is one way that @NWF has been approaching #equity work. Because without our dedicated staff, we can’t accomplish our mission of saving #wildlife and ourselves. 🌍 Learn more in the latest episode of Seeds of Culture
A whale of a discovery! The Rice's Whale was only discovered as a distinct species in 2021 & lives exclusively in a small area of the Gulf. However, the whales are critically endangered. See how NWF is working to protect the species 🐳…M
When we choose to skip the #vote, we choose to sacrifice our #voice on these matters ✅ For resources on making your voting plan 📲 To learn more 📲
🎃 After the trick-or-treaters clear away and#Halloweenn is officially over, don’t toss your pumpkins in the trash! Here are a few all-natural ways to recycle them with local wildlife in mind.M
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One of the best parts of #Halloween is decorating with pumpkins. After the trick-or-treaters clear & Halloween is officially over, don’t toss your pumpkins in the trash! Here are several all-natural ways to #recycle them with local #wildlife in mind. 🎃♻️
Happy Halloween! 👻 Celebrate this year with our 5 top ways to Have More Outdoor Fun on Halloween. 🎃 Spend a Hallowee#GreenHourur with a night hike, camping, and more! Visit for this fall activity and more. Powered @LLBeanean
Crows and Ravens: Auguries of the Afterlife 💀 Across the world, these corvids have become known either as creative, intelligent mischief-makers, or messengers of the dead. ☠️ Read more, if you dare 📲
Ghost ✔️ Ghouls ✔️ Garbage❌ Sometimes, the spookiest thing about #Halloween isn’t the ghosts; it’s the #litter left behind! 🎃 Help protect the creatures of the night by picking up leftover#trashh and joining the#CleanEarthChallengee. 👻 Learn more �cleanearthchallenge.comFrPC
The eastern diamondback #rattlesnake is North America's longest & heaviest #venomous snake. They are well known for their rattle & venomous bite. After striking, the diamondback releases its prey, letting it crawl away. The #snake pursues its kill and eats it once it is dead. 🐍Y
🦇 🕷 🐸 Some of the season's "spookiest" are helpful for your garden (and usually totally harmless!). What other wildlife do you think are misunderstood#HappyHalloweene#GardenForWildlifeicrU
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It's #Halloween 🎃🦇☠️ How well do you kno#batsts? You’ll learn they are not a#spookyky as they seem, they are actually important# pollinators and insect-eatin#omnivoreses. 🦇 Take the quiz, if you dare 📷: Alan Cressler, eqaWD
Toads: A Witch’s Companion 🐸 The#toadd’s original association with#witchess probably came from the idea that toads are#toxicc, and could therefore be used to craft maleficent#poisonss. ☠️ Read more, if you dare 📲\ 📷: C. Milo5m
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