Category Archives: National Wetlands

Threats To National Wetlands

picture of a national wetland

National wetlands are important ecological habitats that provide vital ecosystem services such as water filtration, flood control, and carbon storage. However, they are facing a number of threats that could potentially lead to their degradation or loss. Habitat loss and fragmentation One of the biggest threats to national wetlands is habitat loss and fragmentation. Human […]

Spotlight On Our Favorite US National Wetlands

White Crane At Biscayne National Park

Wetlands, whether it’s marshes, mangroves, floodplains, deltas, or swamps, provide valuable resources to wildlife but also people and communities. They offer refuge and habitat to diverse landscapes of flora and fauna and are often on the frontier when it comes to protecting coastal communities from storms. In this article, we explore a few of the […]