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National Wildlife's Dec-Jan 2019 Issue cover

Behold a sampling of winners from National Wildlife® magazine’s 2018 photo contest, gems that reflect some of the best of more than 23,000 images submitted from around the world.

  • Lisa Moore, Editorial Director
  • National Wildlife
  • Nov 09, 2018

Sunset catches the windblown fur of a red fox hunting on Quebec’s Magdalen Island. By Jean-Simon Bégin.

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  • Mark Wexler
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  • Doreen Cubie
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Buy a sustainably and locally grown tree, then use it to help wildlife after the holidays are over.

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Crown Jewels

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  • PhotoZone
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National Wildlife’s 2018 Photo Contest Winners

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  • Photograph by Karin Leperi
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Photographer Karin Leperi catches a duel between tent-making bats

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