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Wildlife Conservation

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Address: National Wildlife Federation, 11100 Wildlife Center Drive, Reston, VA 20190-5362, USA;
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About: MISSION: National Wildlife Federation inspires Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future.
Read more about our work to protect wildlife. 

You may also want to download our Annual Report, know our Staff and Board of Directors, and learn about our commitment to diversity.

NWF NEAR YOU: Through our Regional Field Offices, we help people like you harness your love for special places to protect those locations and other resources like them.
We are joined in our effort to protect wildlife by our affiliated wildlife organizations located in 46 states and territories.

NEWS AND BLOGS: National Wildlife Federation provides resources for media through our Newsroom including press releases, fact sheets, and reports.

NWF President, Larry Schweiger, shares the NWF View on his blog with his own unique brand of storytelling. Larry also writes the NWF View column for National Wildlife magazine.

Kevin Coyle, NWF Vice President of Education, blogs to encourage us to spend time with our families in a daily Green Hour of outside play and learning.

NWF staff write about global warming, wildlife conservation and other topics of interest at the Wildlife Promise blog. Stop by anytime and join the conversation!

Watch this video, 3.06 min, click on PLAY: NWF shares prospectives, events, and news on conservation issues on a variety of social media sites.

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