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National Wildlife December-January 2020

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

  • Lisa Moore, Editorial Director
  • National Wildlife
  • Dec 01, 2019

A pair of pink skunk clownfish peek out from the safety of a sea anemone in the waters of Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This photo by Rachael Innes won Honorable Mention in the 2019 photo contest.

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Crimes Against Nature

  • Lynne Warren
  • Conservation
  • December 1, 2019

Eager for quick profits, poachers target some of North America's rarest and most iconic wild plants ...

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Letting Go of Lead

  • Drew YoungeDyke
  • Conservation
  • December 1, 2019

Hunters and anglers are switching to nonleaded ammunition and fishing tackle, a move that benefits w...

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When a Treasured Relative Returns

  • Delaney McPherson
  • Cultural Connections
  • December 1, 2019

A reverent gathering of tribal members celebrates the return of bison to their land.

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Cold Comfort

  • Jennifer S. Holland
  • Global Change
  • December 1, 2019

Can wildlife adapt to more extreme winters?

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News of the Wild

  • Mark Wexler
  • Animals
  • December 1, 2019

How elk avoid predators, harsh winters shrink bird populations, orcas more fearsome than sharks

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Life in the Litter

  • Emma Johnson
  • Garden for Wildlife
  • December 1, 2019

The dead leaves, dried stems and yard debris of winter sustain a host of wildlife species.

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Kindred Spirits

  • Lisa Moore
  • PhotoZone
  • October 25, 2019

National Wildlife’s 2019 Photo Contest Winners

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Shared Moment: Safe Passage

  • Photograph by Douglas Croft
  • PhotoZone
  • December 1, 2019

A whale mother and her calf on an epic trek

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