The National Wildlife Federation
Be A Hero For Our Pollinators
Pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and birds, play a vital role in our ecosystems by pollinating plants, which in turn provide food for both wildlife and humans. Unfortunately, pollinator populations are in decline due to a variety of factors, including habitat loss, pesticide use, and disease.
That's why the National Wildlife Federation is dedicated to protecting pollinators and their habitats through conservation, education, and advocacy efforts. We work tirelessly to protect and restore wildlife habitats across public lands, waterways, coasts, and communities for future generations.
But the work can’t be done alone. We rely on your generosity to fund our efforts and ensure that we can continue making a positive impact on wildlife. Your donation can make a significant impact for our native species. Every dollar counts and will be used to protect these creatures and their habitats.
By supporting the National Wildlife Federation, you can help protect these vital species and the ecosystems that depend on them. Every donation, no matter the size, makes a difference in the lives of native animals.
Thank you for your support!
Donate $15 or more today to receive these exciting members-only benefits:
- A subscription to the award-winning National Wildlife® magazine ($5 of your contribution is allocated toward your annual subscription to National Wildlife® magazine)
- Membership discount on all National Wildlife Federation catalog merchandise
- Gifts throughout the year, like greeting cards and the National Wildlife Federation calendar
- Invitations to special events
*While supplies last. Substitutions may apply. Accessories not included. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. Available to U.S. residents only.
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National Wildlife Federation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization