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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Inside Volume 8 – New Spring/Summer 2020 Edition

  • Planting trees in Borneo and restoring habitat for imperiled orangutans
  • Things we can do to end wildlife trafficking and stop the spread of zoonoses like COVID-19
  • Saving the endangered Southern Resident killer whales of the Pacific Northwest
  • Using camera traps to protect wildlife migration routes between the US and Mexico
  • In the North Sea, ship wreck divers help a Dutch marine biologist replant oyster beds
  • A conversation with poet Jane Hirshfield about poetry, science and the future of all existence
  • Disentangling fur seals from ocean debris with Ocean Conservation Namibia
  • How big data is helping wildlife rehabilitators save the lives of our wild neighbors
  • In Louisiana, the fight to protect the largest floodplain forest in the US—the Atchafalaya Basin
  • A scuba instructor reflects on how to minimize the harm we do to the natural world
  • Why raptors, not poisons, are the safer solution for controlling rodent populations
  • Tagging sharks in the Bahamas with the Beneath the Waves research team
  • An illustrated field guide to the American pika, an ecosystem indicator species

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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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