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Nature-based solutions are an effective approach to manage flood risk 🌊 NWF shares findings from the latest report in collaboration with@alliedworldd about harnessing natural infrastructure to protect the built#environmentt at the#ASFPM20222
#FridayThe13th Fungi 😱 Bioluminescent mushrooms in the State of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. 🍄 Landscape & Plants | 📸 Beth Tetterton National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable
🐟Tail first toward predators, dams, and more. Around 98% of us don’t survive the journey out to and back from the ocean to reproduce in the streams where we were born. Wait—let’s do some math… only about 2% of us return to…C
RSVP today for our Salmon Orca Summit in Spokane on May 20th to join our keynote speaker, Collin O'Mara, the CEO of the National Wildlife Federation @NWF. We look forward to hearing the words he will share with us RSVP by Friday:
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Birds help our environment thrive by pollinating flowers, controlling pests, & spreading seeds. 🐦 Let’s thank nesting birds by making simple gifts like a birdfeeder and spend your#GreenHourr helping birds in your neighborhood. Powered by@LLBeann
Happy #FridayThe13th 💀 A scorpion is chased out by rainwater that has filled in through its burrow in Yala, Sri Lanka. 🦂 Other Wildlife | 📸 Chamara Amarasinghe National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Interested in being a part of meaningful conservation work? 🌎 Apply to our graduate student research fellowships by 5/15! 📲 Learn more about Amruta's…4G
In his op-ed, Dr. Wilson addresses why Baltimore’s underserved communities are more vulnerable to the impacts of #climatechange & must be represented in screening tools that influence federal funding. Read here: 📲…e
It’s known that race is a key factor in climate & economic justice—but the new @WHCEQ screening tool is missing this indicator, according to Dr. @SacobyWilson.
Results suggest that #gardening decisions made by property owners have the potential to significantly increase bird #diversity—not only around their homes but also in surrounding areas. ✅ Ready to turn your yard into a #wildlife #habitat? Learn more📲
Wildlife Gardens Boost Bird Diversity🌎 In a study of 157 sites in major metropolitan areas across the country, a team of scientists from several U.S. institutions investigated the value of residential yards as habitat for#nativee wildlife.🦋 Read
It’s easy to support birds on their migratory marathon. What feathered friends have you seen stopping by this spring? #GardenForWildlife #Birding #Birdwatching
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Want to attract beautiful birds to your yard? 🐦 Learn how to make a bird garden starter & more in this upcoming Urban Bird#workshopp in Broward Co., FL. Join us on May 14 for some#wildlifee habitat fun! ✅ Register here: �
Through sustainable and conservation-based forestry 🌲, a community-owned forest is on its way to becoming an outdoor recreation and wildlife haven 🐦, and a revenue generator for the citizens of Hoke County, NC.…gH
Concerned about human impacts on habitat, Rad hopes “to open people’s eyes to nature with the emotion in my images, showing these adorable creatures in splendid detail while bringing to life rare and unique moments.” ⭐
Blissing Out 🐿️🌼 In an Austrian meadow aglow with summer sunlight, a European ground squirrel stretches to sniff a wild aster before nibbling the tender blooms. ✅ National Wildlife Magazine April-May Garden for Wildlife issue: 📸 Julian Mj9Y
A Mother’s Love ❤️ #HappyMothersDay Wildlife mothers devote precious resources to finding a mate, digging dens, building nests, giving birth and protecting and feeding their babies. 🌎 Shop 10% off gift Shop native
Did you know? #WildlifeUnite will take place from June 7-11, 2022. In conjunction with #WildlifeUnite2022, we are again holding an online auction to raise funds to help our 52 affiliate organizations grow and innovate. 🏞️ Learn more 📲wildlifeunite.nwf.orgNUv
I’m Little Larry: A tiny fish on a big adventure a 900-mile journey from central Idaho to the Pacific Ocean. 🏞️ I have a powerful sense of smell and am adapted for traveling from fresh water to ocean water…and more.#LittleLarrySwimss 🐟…eJ
Wildflowers are starting to bloom 🌻 this time of year, get outside and see what types of flowers you can find with#GreenHourr. You can even plant your own by following along with our activities!@LLBeann
All native species matter, but some natives—called keystone plants—support more wildlife than others. 🌎 Help your local wildlife and our planet with native plants! ✅ Visit@Garden4Wildlifee to learn more: �
Power Plants ⭐ A colorful caterpillar of the spiny oak-slug moth (Euclea delphinii) feasts on an oak leaf in Delaware. National Wildlife Magazine April-May Garden for Wildlife issue: 📲 📸 Doug TallamDh
3.6 million college students and staff across 200 campuses kept more than 200 million single-use plastic containers out of landfills. ♻️ To learn more about the total impact, winners, and why addressing waste is so important: 📲
Campus Race To Zero Waste ⭐ Participants in the 2022 Campus Race to Zero Waste diverted more than 27.9 million pounds of waste from landfills through donation, composting, and recycling efforts. 🌎#CR2ZW20222H
Did you know we can literally suck harmful carbon dioxide out of the sky like a vacuum? 🙌 CO2 removal along with nature-based solutions are urgently needed to stabilize our climate. Learn more here: �
How Well Do You Know Baby Animal Names? 👀 As spring quickly approaches, nature is starting to wake up from its winter slumber. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and lots of babies are being born! 🌎 Take our quiz below! ⭐
Winging It 🦆 A mandarin duck in mid flight in Los Angeles, California Birds | 📸 Randy Wei National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable Mentions
"It’s the right thing to do and Nebraskans know it." Op-ed in the @OWHnews highlights benefits of #AmericatheBeautiful initiative for #NE including farmers & ranchers who can help to conserve wildlife in a state where 97% of land is privately owned.
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Follow National Wildlife Magazine on Instagram this week (May 1st-7th) as biologist and conservation photographer, Samantha Stephens takes over for #AmphibianWeek2022 to discuss her findings, fun facts, and more! ⭐ #AmphibianWeek #wildlifephotography #wildlife #amphibans #wild
As juvenile salamanders leave their natal lake and cross the bog to burrow under the forest floor for the winter, they somehow enter the pitcher plants. Researchers are trying to learn whether they are seeking shelter, looking for prey, attracted to the plant, or simply unlucky.
Happy International #AmphibianWeek! 🎉 Nature's Witness: Trapped Twins 🦎 Two deceased juvenile spotted salamanders float inside a northern pitcher plant in Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park. 📸 Samantha StepheghS
The #WallisAnnenbergWildlifeCrossing is being built to provide habitat access to Southern California’s wildlife, especially its mountain lions. @Annenberg_FDN @NWF is leading this advancement in urban wildlife conservation. Read more from @CNN here:…
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Nature's Camouflage 🌎 A bobcat observes its surroundings in Bison Range, Montana. Mammals | 📸 Mark Peters National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable Mentions
30 years ago Lonesome Larry became famous for being the most unlucky bachelor in the West. What happened on that disastrous night in Redfish Lake to this lonely sockeye salmon? #LittleLarrysSwims 🐟 His descendant Little Larry tells the story. 🏞
From birds to worms, bears to hares, and frogs to salamanders, many different types of wildlife depend on trees for food, water, or places to raise their young. You can help by planting trees in your community for wildlife! Just $10 plants a native tree�
Trees share water and nutrients with one another through an underground network of fungi called mycorrhizal networks. They can even communicate with each other, sending distress signals about drought, disease, and insect attacks, prompting other trees to alter their behavior. ✅
It’s National #ArborDay 🌳🌲 Today marks the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day! Planting native trees where they’re needed most is more critical than ever for birds and all of America’s wildlife. From seed to dirt, trees are an important element of the landscape for wildlife.QYs
🌳Trees play a major role in providing food and shelter to wildlife, producing oxygen and storing carbon along the way. 🌲 Get outside and plant or adopt a tree wit#GreenHourur this week. Powered b@LLBeanan
Beak to Beak 🦩 Caribbean flamingo chick held under the wing of a parent at Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve, Mexico. Baby Animals | 📸 Claudio Contreras Koob National Wildlife Magazine's 2021 Photo Contest Honorable Mentions �
Enter to win a FREE Old Town Kayak and other outdoor gear by taking the Clean Earth Challenge to help clean up our planet! 🌎 Sign up � Follow these three easy steps! ⭐ 1️⃣ Take The Challenge! 2️⃣ Get Out There! 3️⃣ Measure Your Impact!
Get Outdoors and Come Clean Earth! 🌎 The National Wildlife Federation and Johnson Outdoors have teamed up to inspire people to get outdoors and take simple conservation action to help clean up our planet. ✅#ComeCleanForEarthhm
Lizards, Pine Siskins, and Butterflies 🐊🌻🦋 The 20@Garden4Wildlifeife Photo Contest winners are here! See the top shots from over 9,000 entries Which one is your favoriteQELBK
Calling all students, faculty, and alumni of color from HBCUs & Minority Serving Institutions! Join us on 4/27 to hear from experts how to navigate & succeed in the expanding field of #greencareers. 🌎
National Wildlife magazine is LIVE TODAY at 2pm EST! ⭐ Join for a discussion about the nonprofit Love is King with Chanté Coleman, NWF’s vice president of equity and justice, hip-hop artist Mic Crenshaw and Love Is King Founder Chad Brown. 🌎 Join 📺
We're excited to hear what @NWF’s @Dmizejewski and @NWF Board Member @mamieparker have to share. Tune in on Wednesday (4/27) at 7pm to learn more.…
These new #redwolf pups are welcome news for a species on the brink of extinction.
“It seemed so distant for so long, but now that it’s arrived, it might just be time for a good sob, according to Pratt. “I'm gonna cry at groundbreaking," she'd prophesied earlier. Editor’s note: she did.”…
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CEO @Collin_OMara and California Regional Director @bethpratt at today's exciting groundbreaking:
Enjoy some time at national parks for #NationalParkWeek. 🏞️ 📸Locations of pictures fro@NatlParkServicece: 1⃣ Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming) 2⃣ Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado) 3⃣ Great Basin National Park (Nevada) 4⃣ Theodore Roosevelt National Park (North DakotaRh
Happy Earth Day 🌎 The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970.#EarthDayy helps remind us that we need to stay in that green state of mind, and each year countries around the world celebrate this anniversary. April 22nd, 2022, marks the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day!✅V
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