Tell Us How You Are Celebrating National Wildlife Week!
How are you celebrating National Wildlife Week? National Wildlife Week 2014 is March 17th-23rd and will celebrate Wildlife and Water--From the Mountains to the Rivers to the Oceans.
Are you hosting a public or school event to celebrate or to take action for wildlife and water? If so, we would like to hear from you. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details about your event. See the current listing of public events on the National Wildlife Week Events page.
Be sure to download the National Wildlife Week poster, featuring the Hawaiian monk seal, whooping crane, blue crab and more. Discover a variety of lesson plans for grades K-12 about the water cycle, watersheds, water quality, aquatic wildlife, and more!
Our National Wildlife Week webinar was on February 19th. Watch the webinar recording. Learn from experts about this year's featured wildlife species and come away with ideas for teaching about and celebrating wildlife.
Tell us how you're celebrating, share fun wildlife facts, and spread the word about National Wildlife Week on Facebook and Twitter. Share your photographs of water and wildlife on our Flickr page.
Water is a life source for all living creatures (whether human, animal or plant) and we all depend on having clean waterways. Over the course of the week, NWF and its partners will highlight this connection by exploring our waterways and the wildlife that depend on them. NWF will shed light on the connection between wildlife and water by examining over 50 different featured species across the country, from the endangered Hawaiian monk seal to swamp rabbits, whooping cranes and loons, spring peepers to hellbender salamanders, rainbow trout to walleye and blue crab to dragonflies.
Sign up to receive regular email updates about National Wildlife Week and we will let you know about new resources and upcoming events and activities across the country.
Join us in celebrating Wildlife and Water -- From the Mountains to the Rivers to the Oceans!