It’s not too late to register your school to win a free garden! Enter to win a FREE trunk full of wildlife-friendly gardening items + a visit from our Naturalist David Mizejewski during Subaru Loves the Earth month this April! But hurry—registration ends on March 28!

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We have decided to extend our photo contest deadline! Lowepro, maker of high-end camera bags, just announced that it will give a camera bag to our contest winners in addition to the cash prizes. So enter your photographs by March 31st to have a chance to win!

National Wildlife Photo Contest
Happy Spring!
Find out how chronic noise pollution affects birds who rely on their superior hearing to hunt food: [ Link ]

Birds Coping with Chronic Clamor - National Wildlife Federation
Last call to enter our photo contest! Your submissions support our conservation work and enter you to win our $5,000 grand prize! Submit your work here:

National Wildlife Photo Contest
The mighty river otter wins it all! Your votes crowned this adorable and crafty critter as our 2017 National Wildlife Week winner! Learn more fun facts about our champ:

Road to the Final Fur: And the Winner Is…
A warming planet affects polar bears, moose, and countless other species. In fact, we believe, it's the greatest existing threat to American wildlife. Please join our work to confront climate change and protect wildlife:

DOUBLE Your Gift for Polar Bears in Peril
Only two competitors are left standing! It's river otter vs. arctic fox! Learn more about this cute critters, their "Road to the Final Fur" and VOTE for your favorite in celebration of National Wildlife Week!

The Final Fur
Imagine your photo front and center on the cover of our National Wildlife magazine for over 400,000 readers! Submit your nature and wildlife photos and you could be featured! Plus your entry supports our work and enters you to win the $5,000 grand prize! Enter here:

National Wildlife Photo Contest
Happy National Wildlife Week! Only four fierce competitors remain - the river otter, green sea turtle, bald eagle, and arctic fox! Learn how you can each of these species and vote daily for your favorites!

Road to the Final Fur: Round Four
The competition is a dead heat! Will the bald eagle make it to the next round or will the prairie dog? What about the sea turtle vs the panther? Learn more on how we help each of the remaining competitors and vote for your favorites!

Road to the Final Fur: Round Three
Sadly 17 mountain lions have been killed by vehicles in southern California since 2002, including a mother and two of her young kittens.

Honor the lives of these lost mountain lions. Please join with us to help these vulnerable mountain lions and other wildlife in peril + when you donate today, your gift will be doubled!

Twice the Impact for Vulnerable Mountain Lions
Working hand in hand, the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and National Wildlife Federation have brought buffalo home to Eastern Shoshone land on Wind River after 131 years of absence. The circle has been completed with the return of this keystone species. Learn more about our Tribal Program: [ Link ]

Boy-zshan Bi-den (Buffalo Return)

Bison were nearly exterminated across North America. Thanks to the Shoshone tribe, the National Wildlife Federation and the coordinated efforts of a host of ...

Did your favorite animals make it to round 2? Only 16 fierce competitor remain! Check out where they hail from and vote each day for the ones near to your heart:

Road to the Final Fur: Round Two
Thanks to you, we've been working hard for wildlife and their habitat. Check out our latest projects, like helping tribes welcome bison back on Wind River Reservation, that you make possible.

Working for Wildlife
Did you know you can find soy in products like salad dressing and chocolates, as well as cosmetics and soaps? Large agricultural commodities like soy are driving large-scale deforestation and habitat loss in South America. Discover how you can help:

How to avoid deforestation sneaking into your shopping cart
Monarchs face an alarming shortage of milkweed—the one and only host plant for monarch caterpillars. Today, you have twice the power to help change that. Every dollar you give will have twice the impact, thanks to our $100,000 Matching Gift Challenge in celebration of March Membership Month.

TODAY: Double Your Power to Save Vanishing Monarch Butterflies
Enter your school to win a FREE trunk full of wildlife-friendly gardening items + a visit from our naturalist David during Subaru Loves the Earth month this April!

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What is causing dying sea lion pups and tufted puffins and difficulty breeding for brown pelicans? Sadly, they are starving from huge declines in the small marine fish they feed on: [ Link ]

Ensuring a Moveable Fish Feast