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Read all the compelling stories in the new issue of National Wildlife!

  • Lisa Moore, Editorial Director
  • National Wildlife
  • Dec 01, 2017

“Beauty cooperated with me for a brief moment,” says Dave Weth, whose photo of a green sweat bee on a spiderwort in Illinois won First Place for Other Wildlife in our 2017 contest and graced our cover.

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Fishers Under Fire

  • Anne Bolen
  • Conservation
  • November 30, 2017

Conservationists are fighting to help this elusive forest dweller survive, even in a landscape peppe...

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President's View: Healing the Harm from Natural Disasters

  • Collin O’Mara, President & Chief Executive Officer
  • Conservation
  • November 30, 2017

Restoring nature’s defenses ahead of the next storm

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Working for Wildlife

  • Anne Bolen
  • Conservation
  • November 30, 2017

NWF and its affiliates are taming the next tempest, keeping Hawai’i's reef fish safe, returning 1.1 ...

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Up from the Depths

  • Richard Conniff
  • Animals
  • November 30, 2017

The mass nighttime movement of life from deep sea to surface is Earth’s largest wildlife migration—a...

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News of the Wild

  • Mark Wexler
  • Animals
  • November 30, 2017

Lights at night affect pollinators, human voices spook mountain lions and more

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This Winter: Think Spring!

  • Janet Marinelli
  • Gardening
  • November 30, 2017

The best time to sow the seeds of many native plants is during the cooler months

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Eye of the Beholder

  • Lisa Moore
  • PhotoZone
  • November 15, 2017

National Wildlife's 2017 Photo Contest Winners

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Yellowstone’s Winter Wonder

  • Text and photographs by Cindy Goeddel
  • PhotoZone
  • November 30, 2017

Professional tips on how to photograph the magic of winter wildlife in an iconic national park

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Shared Moment: Bird’s-eye View

  • Photograph by Jacques-André Dupont
  • PhotoZone
  • November 30, 2017

A photographer captures the beauty of pattern in a nesting colony

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