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Nature's Madness

The Winner Has Been Chosen!

This iconic predator outflew Golden Eagles, outsmarted Owls and finally outmaneuvered the Terrapins to become our 2014 Nature’s Madness Champion.
 
Nature's Madness is an epic tournament between North America's most tenacious animals; iconic for their strength, agility, and speed. We narrowed it down to Nature’s Elite Eight, and your votes determined the Nature’s Madness Champion.
 
In real life, these majestic animals are facing their toughest rival yet: habitat loss. The Nature Conservancy is committed to helping nature win. We protect natural diversity to preserve nature and all life on earth.
 
Thanks to all who voted! Want more Madness? Get behind-the-fur facts on gray wolves and learn how conservation is helping their populations rebound.
 
We have also chosen and notified the winners of one of five great prize baskets.
 
If it wasn't you come back next year for a chance to win in 2015!
 

2014 PRIZES
5 Baskets including a Jeffersonian Rain Gauge or a Grande View Thermometer and a Nature Conservancy t-shirt, bullfrog key ring and notecards


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