WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries.
How a handful of the Arctic’s abundant wildlife would be impacted by offshore drilling and a potential oil spill in the Arctic.
The proposed Pebble Mine threatens the only freshwater lake-dwelling seals in the United States.
Last winter, WWF and other volunteers built nests for the rare ringed seals of Lake Saimaa so they could give birth. Out of the 81 pups born months later, 90% were born in these man-made snowbanks.
An endangered population of freshwater seals in Finland recently received a lifeline from volunteers in the form of human-made snowbanks.
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