Help Protect Wildlife in the Mid-Atlantic Today!

From great blue herons nesting along waterways, to foxes traversing woodlands, to turtles living just offshore—the Mid-Atlantic is home to a rich diversity of wildlife. The Delaware and Chesapeake Bays, Atlantic coast and Appalachian forests make this region a very special and environmentally critical place!

But the future for wildlife in the Mid-Atlantic is at risk. Polluted waters, polluted air, habitat destruction, and a changing climate pose immediate threats to the very survival of the wildlife we treasure.

Your gift to National Wildlife Federation’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Center will immediately be put to work protecting wildlife. With your support, we’ll advocate for state and federal funding to restore and protect clean water, connect kids and communities throughout the region with nature, and work to protect wildlife and people from the impacts of climate change.

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A great blue heron flies over marshland.