Community Wildlife Habitat Program Updated:03/2021

The National Wildlife Federation’s Community Wildlife Habitat program, started in 1997, empowers communities to take action for wildlife in their own communities. The program provides community leaders with a program framework to restore wildlife habitat and educate and engage community members while working to attain the National Wildlife Federation’s esteemed certification as a wildlife-friendly community. Communities of all sizes are encouraged to apply. The National Wildlife Federation works with large cities and counties as well as small towns and neighborhoods. We are currently working with approximately 200 communities nationwide. 


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Contact Community Wildlife Habitat Program

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield, VA  22116
Phone: (202) 797-6821
Toll Free: 800-822-9919


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