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    The National Wildlife Federation

    October-November 2020

    National Wildlife® // October-November 2020 Issue

    Growing Outdoors

    For kids, the natural world can be a place of peace, health and i...

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    Beyond the Cringe

    What makes snakes and spiders so scary? And can we learn to give ...

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    Lives on the Line

    Idaho’s native salmon are slipping toward extinction, intensifyin...

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    A Voter's Legacy

    Each ballot cast in an election can have lasting impact on our na...

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    President's View: The Joy—and Value—of the Great Outdoors

    Through the COVID-19 pandemic, nature provides solace, education ...

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    Working for Wildlife

    A historic bipartisan win, a sustainable campus competition and a...

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    Wild Harvest Nurtures Conservation

    Wild Harvest Initiative encourages hunting, angling, foraging and...

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    America's Forgotten Wolf

    An innovative reintroduction effort to save endangered red wolves

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    News of the Wild

    Flamingo "friendships," rise in tick-borne disease and pesticide ...

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    Wise Advice

    Tips on how to attract owls to your yard or neighborhood

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    Nature's Witness: A Fresh Eye

    A photographer sees New York City pigeons in a different light th...

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    Shared Moment: A Delicate Debut

    An intimate moment of transformation captured on camera

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