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    The National Wildlife Federation

    October–November 2019

    National Wildlife® // October–November 2019

    Going the Distance

    Aided by new technology, scientists gain insight into long-distan...

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    Pining Away?

    As the climate shifts, porcupines face a prickly future.

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    Safe Harbor for Chimney Swifts

    As open chimneys vanish, good-hearted bird lovers are stepping up...

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    Hard Times for the “Tree of Life”

    Essential to the survival of scores of animal and plant species, ...

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    Urban Farms Nurture Youth

    A program called Harlem Grown helps kids thrive—and expands their...

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    President’s View: Support a Game Changer for Wildlife

    More than 1 million animal and plant species could vanish in the ...

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    La Visión del Presidente: Apoyemos el Cambio en las Reglas del Juego para la Vida Silvestre

    Más de 1 millón de especies animales y plantas podrían desaparece...

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    Working for Wildlife

    Saving the Tongass, marching with pride, valuing nature’s bounty ...

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    Crossing Lines

    Humans are changing how wild species meet and mate—with unpredict...

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    Hogs Gone Wild

    Relentlessly spreading across the nation, feral hogs devour crops...

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    News of the Wild

    Shrinking mammals, how coral reefs break waves, bears hooked on h...

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    Nature’s Witness: Private Moment

    "Embracing" frogs—and the challenges they face

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    Shared Moment: Poised to Strike

    An ant reacts to protect a nurturing flower

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    Where We Work

    More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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