The iconic wildlife series is back! Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, Protecting the Wild.

Explore America’s Playground

Did you know that many wildlife species love to play? Bear cubs like to wrestle and pounce, otters play with rocks, young prairie dogs chase each other—and the play list goes on and on!

The National Wildlife Federation and Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom are joining forces again this year to promote wildlife conservation and to inspire people to protect wildlife.

Every species plays a key role in keeping our ecosystems healthy. All of us can make a difference by taking simple conservation action to keep wildlife and their playgrounds safe.

A preview of the interactive map graphic of the United States, highlighting the Atlantic Marine, Forest, Wetlands, Grassland, Mountains, Desert, and Pacific Marine.

Playing wildAcross america

Across the country, our nation’s wildlife live in diverse habitats. Whether it’s forest and mountain areas, marine and wetland regions, or grassland and desert locations, wildlife love to roam and play in their unique playgrounds.

A young manatee has flippers in front of its mouth making it look like surprise or shy.

Play itForward

Take the pledge to help protect our nation’s wildlife and their wild spaces! When you do, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a prize set for your next playful outdoor adventure!

Burrowing owl peck.

How to help

Taking Action

Just like us, wildlife like to live, play and feel safe in their homes. By taking simple action—whether it’s planting a tree or picking up litter—you can help save wildlife and the environment. Learn more ways to keep wildlife playing wild across America.

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom: Protecting the Wild.

The Iconic Wildlife Conservation Series is Back!

Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom has been playing wild for the last six decades and their iconic wildlife conservation series is back! Wild Kingdom is committed to sharing conservation success stories and inspiring the next generation of conservationists. Check out Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom Protecting the Wild, online now.