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Front cover of the April-May issue

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

  • Lisa Moore, Editorial Director
  • National Wildlife
  • Apr 01, 2021

On the cover: In South Carolina, a native eastern carpenter bee sips nectar from the blossom of a wild blueberry bush. Photograph by Clay Bolt

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  • Jessica Snyder Sachs
  • Conservation
  • April 1, 2021

Growing food organically—at home or in community gardens—can benefit wildlife, the environment and n...

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When Pest Comes to Shove

  • Doreen Cubie
  • Conservation
  • April 1, 2021

Mosquito spraying harms pollinators and other wildlife—but there are safe alternatives.

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  • Janet Marinelli
  • Conservation
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Communities are turning unused land into green havens that nurture both wildlife and people.

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  • Mark Wexler
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An abundance of suburban wildlife, mowing milkweed for monarchs and glowing platypuses

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  • JoAnn Greco
  • Wildlife Conservation
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Saving eagles from the lethal hazards of power line electrocution

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  • Mark Wexler
  • Conservation
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Female birds benefit from winter feeding, squids send light signals and beavers affect permafrost

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  • Mark Wexler
  • Nature and Health
  • April 1, 2021

Horticultural therapists cultivate the curative power of gardening.

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Better Berries for Birds

  • Doreen Cubie
  • Garden for Wildlife
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Native species provide a wealth of the fats and nutrients birds need.

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  • Lisa Moore
  • PhotoZone
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An Invitation: Join our global family of photographers, travelers, storytellers and stewards of the ...

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Capturing Nature’s Magic

  • Lisa Moore
  • Garden Photography
  • April 1, 2021

Winners of the 2020 Garden for Wildlife photo contest reveal living gems.

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Nature's Witness: Blown Away

  • Photography by Kevin Morgans
  • PhotoZone
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A molting Arctic fox reveals a bit of nature's magic.

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  • PhotoZone
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Which is more charming—the bloom or the baby opossum?

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