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A note from the Regional Director
Listening to a bird sing or staring at a mountain stream is not a luxury but a right that manifests itself at the most glorious and trying times in our lives. I recently experienced this profound connection between people and nature during a rite of passage that has changed me forever. I hope you will see in the stories below and in my personal journey how the work we do helps not only wildlife and habitat, but also meets a fundamental human need.

-Brian Kurzel
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NWF Honors Conservation Champion
NWF Honors Conservation Champion
In honor of Women’s History Month, conservationist Alice Madden was awarded the Maggie Fox award for her contributions in protecting wildlife and their habitats from the risks posed by climate change.

Find out more about this achievement.

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Denver Zoo Pollinator Garden Launch
Denver Zoo Pollinator Garden Launch
The Denver Zoo announced that 2,500 square feet of new wildlife habitat will be used to demonstrate how a garden can best support bees, butterflies and birds in an urban setting.

But why stop there?!

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Sportsmen Rally for Public Lands
Sportsmen Rally for Public Lands
Sportsmen and other conservationists rallied from Seattle to Santa Fe in support of public lands, defeating land transfers in legislatures across the West.

The work isn’t over — attacks on public lands continue.

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Affiliate Spotlight: Arizona Wildlife Federation
Affiliate Spotlight: Arizona Wildlife Federation
Arizona is one of the most biologically diverse states in the country, providing home to more than 800 wildlife species in its vast terrain.

Discover how our affiliate partner has protected this land for nearly a century.

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Tribal Vision for the Colorado River
Tribal Vision for the Colorado River
The Colorado River faces many threats — among them climate change, resource depletion, over-allocation, and contamination — and the wildlife and communities that depend on it are suffering. NWF has partnered with Tribes to develop and implement a vision for protecting the ecological and cultural resources of the Colorado River.

See how you can join them in this commitment.

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Voices of the Sage
Voices of the Sage
The sportsmen and women, ranchers, and tribal members who call sagebrush country home say it’s time to ensure the greater sage-grouse and its habitat survive and thrive. Efforts are underway.

See how you can help conserve this notable Western species and its home.

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Monarch Butterflies in National Parks
Monarch Butterflies in National Parks
While you’re wildlife spotting in our nation’s beautiful parklands, don’t forget to look for one of our most important pollinators — the monarch butterfly.

Find your park to find monarchs!

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