Wild Hope Magazine Issue 03

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Wild Hope Magazine Issue 03

7.00 14.00

It’s rare to read about the issues facing wildlife and nature and at the same time feel uplifted and inspired. This magazine, with its rich content and awe-inspiring imagery give hope by shedding light on the positive efforts made by people who truly care about wildlife.

Wild Hope is a print publication about preserving Earth’s biodiversity co-created by naturalists, conservationists, wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, biologists, ecologists, nature writers, photographers, and artists.

Inside Volume 3
- A peek inside an owl-nesting box with a volunteer for The Hungry Owl Project
- A rare encounter with a wild wolverine in the Sierras
- How digital photography is helping researchers identify and track giraffe by their unique spot patterns
- A birding field trip to a post-fire snag forest with a naturalist for the John Muir Project
- A photo documentary of the spectacular phenomena of animal masses
- From Alaska, a report on the state’s extreme efforts to protect wild salmon
- The author of field guides challenges us to re-imagine the language we use to describe the natural world
- Frogs in Ecuador’s cloud forest inspire a scientific investigation into human-nature relationships
- An interview with a documentary filmmaker about the heroic efforts being made to save a small porpoise from extinction
- An essay about our need for wilderness with images of what we’re losing in Central Appalachia
- An illustrated Field Guide to the Joshua tree

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