Wild Hope Magazine Issue 04

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Wild Hope Magazine Issue 04

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 this issue:

- The astonishing story of OR-7, a gray wolf who travelled more than 4,000 miles from Oregon to California to start a family, and the people who made his journey possible
- What you can do if you find an injured or orphaned wild animal
- From Vietnam, a photo story of 24 endangered pangolins being returned to the wild after being rescued from poachers
- How a Northern California community halted a plan to log old coast redwood trees in the Gualala River floodplain
- An interview with bat rehabilitator Corky Quirk on why we should appreciate these greatly misunderstood winged mammals
- Scenes of Iceland where life clings to what it can
- Photos of an extraordinary encounter between river otters and a coyote
- Why wildlife corridors are a matter of life or death for wide wandering species like pumas, bears and wolves
- Observations by a New Mexico-based wildlife advocate of what has been lost in the Land of Enchantment
- Close encounters with giant oceanic manta rays in the Revillagigedo Archipelago
- An illustrated field guide to the endangered desert tortoise

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