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National Wildlife Federation Newsletter April. 2016

 

The National Wildlife Federation
A mayoral milestone, Earth Day celebration ideas, and an unusual bird makes its way to the Northeast.
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100 Mayors Take Action to Save the Monarch Butterfly
100 Mayors Take Action to Save the Monarch Butterfly
Monarch butterfly populations are now embarking on their annual migration north from their wintering habitat in Mexico.

Read about cities creating monarch habitat, and get your mayor involved!
 
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Painted Bunting Far From Home
Painted Bunting Far From Home
Vermonters recently had a very rare visitor—the Painted Bunting, a bird usually seen in southern states. Birds traveling great distances, like this lost bunting, need migratory stepping stones where they can rest and feed during their long journey.

Learn how we’re safeguarding habitat for migratory birds.
 
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Frogs That Thrive and Dive in Vernal Pools
Frogs That Thrive and Dive in Vernal Pools
April 30th is Save the Frogs Day! Celebrate with us by learning about some fabulous frogs that inhabit a unique habitat—vernal pools.

Learn more about the frogs that rely on this unusual home.
 
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How Much Do You Know About Monarch Butterflies?
How Much Do You Know About Monarch Butterflies?
Test your monarch IQ with our newest quiz, and see how much you really know about one of the most popular butterflies!

Take the quiz.
 
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Become a Butterfly Hero
Become a Butterfly Hero
Pledge to be a Butterfly Hero, and we’ll send you a Butterfly Garden Starter Kit to get you started on creating habitat for monarch butterflies.

Pledge today!
 
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Oil Spill Could Impact Over 700 Miles in the Great Lakes
Oil Spill Could Impact Over 700 Miles in the Great Lakes
Aging pipelines carrying more than 23 million gallons of oil a day is a disaster waiting to happen in Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac.

Read on for the startling results of our investigation, and take action to prevent disaster.
 
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When Mountain Lions are Neighbors. Remarkable stories about coexistence with wildlife in California. Pre-order now for an automatic 15 percent discount. Pre-order.
Top 10 Ways for Students to Celebrate Earth Day
Top 10 Ways for Students to Celebrate Earth Day
With Earth Day coming up, our NWF EcoLeaders team came up with a list of 10 things that college students could do in order to celebrate Earth Day on 4/22.

Get inspiration to celebrate Earth Day 2016!
 
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The Clock is Ticking for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The Clock is Ticking for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is 1.5 million acres of land home to polar bears, caribou, and many more. The protections in place for the refuge aren’t enough to stop oil or gas drilling, but you can help.

Read about the refuge, and take action to protect it.
 
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Restoring the Longleaf Pine Forest
Restoring the Longleaf Pine Forest
Great biodiversity is found in longleaf pine forests, but this rich forest is rapidly disappearing. Since 2007, NWF has partnered with the Alabama Wildlife Federation to reverse this loss, and has since restored over 13,825 acres of longleaf pine forest.

Celebrate nine years of successful wildlife conservation in action.
 
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