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. Visit our About and Contributors pages to find out more about us and to share your stories and images. Wild Hope is a project of the Earth Island Institute and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are tax-deductible.

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What’s Inside Volume 9

  • Spotted hyena researcher Axel Hunnicutt debunks our false notions about this remarkable species
  • Sea Otter Savvy’s campaign to protect endangered southern sea otters by educating the public about responsible wildlife viewing
  • Bat expert Rodrigo Medellin’s crusade to correct our misconceptions about bats causing COVID-19
  • The Bird Rescue Center’s race against time to heal a baby golden eagle’s broken wing and reunite him with his parents
  • Biologist and science illustrator Christine Elder journals about surveying birds in the High Sierra and shares her field sketches
  • How scat detection dogs are helping Texas horned lizards rebound from near extinction
  • In the Dominican Republic, Global Coralition is building massive sculptural reefs in an attempt to save coral ecosystems
  • Artist Robin Huffman recalls her time spent volunteering with Ape Action Africa raising an orphaned infant baboon
  • Seattleites learn about their wild neighbors through a community-sourced program created by the Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle University
  • Photographer Leslie Curchack’s awe-inspiring images of Western landscapes along fabled US Highway 50
  • How to find a community science project that resonates with your interests and start volunteering to protect wildlife and wild places
  • A Field Guide to Western Prairie Fringed Orchid & Bedstraw Hawk Moth

Wild Hope Portfolio

We have been creating Wild Hope since 2015. Although we’ve sold out of some issues, several are still available. Visit our Portfolio of past issues to discover what you might have missed.

Wild Hope Portfolio

We have been creating Wild Hope since 2015. Although we’ve sold out of some issues, several are still available. Visit our Portfolio of past issues to discover what you might have missed.

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