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Birds, bees and bugs; what it takes to have a certified wildlife habitat in ...
The 44-year nationwide Garden for Wildlife program, which is ran by the National Wildlife Federation, is an attempt at restoring habitat and wildlife populations in and around cities, towns and neighborhoods.
City reconfirms commitment to help struggling monarch butterflies
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg reconfirmed the city's commitment to monarch butterflies on Oct. 16, 2017, by taking the National Wildlife Federation's Mayors' Monarch Pledge. San Antonio lies along the ... more. Photo: Brendan Gibbons / San Antonio ...
Eaton Township man creates certified nature habitat
The National Wildlife Federation, America's largest wildlife conservation and education organization, recently announced that George Anders, of Butternut Ridge Road in Eaton Township, successfully created a Certified Wildlife Habitat through its Garden ...
Toledo council debates Lake Erie "impairment" designation
Frank Szollosi, a representative of the National Wildlife Federation and a former Toledo councilman, said the federal government can already come after the city.
Mayor Makes “Monarch Butterfly Pledge”
It's Monarch butterfly season and while they're heading down south, the Alamo City is doing all it can to accommodate them.
Climate change would have icy impact on state's economy, speaker says
The study, which analyzed U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service data on whooping crane sightings between 1942 and 2016, found migration shifted as many as 22 days earlier in the spring and 21 days later in the fall, indicating that patterns are more closely ...
During Storms, Most Animals Take Shelter. But Some Birds Take Flight.
When Hurricane Harvey reached the coast of Texas, the National Wildlife Federation observed that many animal and bird species had adapted to periodic hurricanes.
SA recertifies Monarch Butterfly Pledge
Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced his commitment to the National Wildlife Federation Mayor's Monarch Butterfly Pledge stipulating the city will protect and restore habitats for the Monarch Butterfly and other pollinators.
Tiny Green Thumbs at Bed-Stuy School Create Habitat for Monarch Butterflies
The P.S. 54 Samuel C. Barnes School, a Bed-Stuy pre-K-through-fifth grade magnet school specializing in environmental science, has been recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as a certified monarch butterfly habitat, according to the ...
Don't Hamper Disaster Recovery
This is not a new problem either. A National Wildlife Federation study from 1998 found that 40 percent of flood insurance program payments, or over $2.5 billion, went to properties that flooded multiple times.