National Wildlife Week was first observed in 1938 under the name “National Wildlife Restoration Week”. Past spokespeople also include, Walt Disney, Shirley Temple and Robert Redford.
Kermit, Fozzie and even Miss Piggy lend a hand to help the earth in this NWF short film from the 1980s.
Naturalist David Mizejewski shows you the many ways you can provide wildlife with a place to raise their young.
Get away from the holiday hustle and bustle and take some time for yourself and for nature. Naturalist David Mizejewski shares National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Watch program with you.
Community leaders are shocked to see how quickly global warming was impacting Greenland. Seeing melting ice fjords in person was a life-changing experience. National Wildlife Federation organized this special trip to inspire Americans who will then go back to their home communities and make a difference. All travel impacts were offset through CarbonFund.
Oil and gas development has turned the Western range into a spider web of roads, drilling rigs and compressors. Local people comment on the impact on the front range of the Rocky Mountains.
Join families from across the country in honoring National Wildlife Week with your own Wildlife Watch!
Community leaders visit a fishing community in Greenland to hear how global warming is impacting their heritage. They see the process of how ice is increasingly moving out to the ocean and they hear the ice cracking. One leader says, “It makes me feel so small in this world, and I’m worried about it.” All travel impacts were offset through CarbonFund.
Excerpt from NWF 2008 Annual Report – National Wildlife Federation partners with groups like Earth Friends Foundation to protect critical habitat on our public lands.