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National Wildlife's December–January 2022 Issue Cover

Nature's Witness: A Year of Staying Close

  • Lisa Moore, Editorial Director
  • National Wildlife
  • Dec 01, 2021

On the cover: A golden snub-nosed monkey hugs her baby, offsetting the cold of their forest home high in central China’s Qinling Mountains, where photographer Qiang Zhang captured this heartwarming portrait—which won an honorable mention for this image.

Featured Stories

Seeing the Gem

  • Text & Photographs by Carla Rhodes
  • Conservation
  • December 9, 2021

Inspired by a determined biologist, women in India’s Assam state are using their art—and their love ...

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Building the Future

  • Samantha Miller
  • Connecting to Nature
  • December 9, 2021

The Earth Tomorrow program celebrates 20 years in Atlanta.

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President's View: Reasons for Hope in the Coming Year

  • Collin O’Mara President & CEO of the National Wildlife Federation
  • Conservation
  • December 8, 2021

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News of the Wild

  • Mark Wexler
  • Animals
  • December 9, 2021

How pikas weather the winter, 50 billion birds and an “otherworldly” soundscape

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Signs of Good Garden Care

  • Laura Tangley
  • Garden for Wildlife
  • December 9, 2021

Labeling native plants can make wildlife habitats more appealing.

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A Year of Staying Close

  • Lisa Moore
  • PhotoZone
  • November 20, 2021

National Wildlife’s 2021 Photo Contest Winners

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Trip the Light Fantastic

  • Text & Photographs by Sean Crane
  • PhotoZone
  • December 9, 2021

A pandemic lockdown helped one photographer discover his new neighbors.

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Visual Gems—from Your Phone

  • Text & photos by Jim Richardson
  • Mobile Photography
  • December 9, 2021

Tips from a lifelong pro on how to make great photographs with mobile phones

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