From May 1 – May 31, register for the Garden for Wildlife e-Newsletter and receive a free downloadable Herbal Cocktail & Mocktail Guide. Herbs that bloom are great ingredients for making cocktails (or mocktails) and provide nectar for butterflies and bees. When you sign up you will also be entered to win a Garden Party Prize Pack!
Looking for ways to safely get your family outside and in nature? The National Wildlife Federation's ECHO program has you covered with these 10 fun nature play activities you can do from home! Want even more options for nature play? Find more inspiration here!
Explore the National Wildlife Federation’s first-ever exhibition of wildlife photography chosen from the National Wildlife® Photo Contest. Experience 50 images from around the world, each with a story to tell.
With schools, offices, and other public spaces closing across the country, we want to help you stay entertained and engaged in the natural world. So we are making our website free to all visitors through the end of June. We have also made the current digital editions of our magazines free to the public for the next few months.
We are proud partners with King County in our water conservation education. King County just released their "Beaver Management Technical Paper #3: Beaver Life History and Ecology Best Science Review." Learn about the life history and ecology of Western Washington beavers!
The National Wildlife Federation wants to help you and your family stay well while staying connected to nature and wildlife. Visit the Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Region's Resource page and find new ideas to connect with nature each week!
This National Wildlife Federation blog post provides 6 actions that you can take to combat climate change in your own gardens!
Spending time outside and in nature can help relieve stress! The National Wildlife Federation Blog provides tips for how to safely get outside, unwind, and connect with nature.
Support birds in your area by Gardening for Wildlife! The National Wildlife Federation - in partnership with Wild Birds Unlimited - tell you how!
Many films are available to view online from the 2020 Environmental Film Festival. You can also browse selections from previous years' Film Festivals.
The Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle gives viewers online access to their favorite animals with webcams! Check in on tigers, bears and bats (oh my!) to see what the animals are up to.