Wild Hope Portfolio

Photo: Sharon Beals

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Volume 7

  • Six things you can do today to make a difference in the welfare of wildlife
  • Photos of nests of endangered birds impress the need to preserve their makers’ breeding habitats
  • From Florida to Hawaii, what’s being done to help sea turtles survive climate change
  • A wildlife rehabilitator reflects on the fallacy of “let nature take its course”
  • How a butterfly inspired a San Francisco neighborhood to plant native wildflowers
  • In Namibia, protecting cheetahs by helping ranchers protect their livestock
  • An encounter with a rattlesnake that leads to redemption for the author
  • California’s disappearing kelp forests and the people who are trying to stop the destruction
  • After four decades of war, Afghans are taking bold steps to protect their country’s unique wildlife
  • A wildlife sanctuary that brings together at-risk youth and hurt animals in a healing environment
  • Why burned forests are vital ecosystems for many species and shouldn’t be logged
  • In Uganda, saving the lives of mountain gorillas by providing healthcare to villagers
  • An illustrated field guide to dudleya, a coastal succulent that’s being poached to sell in Asia
Wild Hope Magazine - Volume 4

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Volume 6

  • From Colorado, The Wild Animal Sanctuary’s campaign to end the captive wildlife crisis in America
  • A heart-to-heart conversation with North Atlantic right whale researcher Amy Knowlton about overcoming obstacles to the species’ survival
  • A mayor’s radical vision to incorporate nature into his city’s revitalization plan
  • How raptor rehabilitators are using falconry techniques to help injured birds fly again
  • Vaccinating endangered Ethiopian wolves against deadly diseases spread by domestic dogs
  • Art Works for Change challenges how we relate to nature
  • A California homeowner finds that coyotes make good neighbors
  • Reflections on an encounter with a porcupine and the need to protect all wildlife
  • Earthfire Institute’s mission to understand the ways animals experience the world and us
  • The host of a gardening podcast discovers the beauty of oak galls
  • A Santa Fean lets her lawn revert to its natural state and is rewarded with the return of wild creatures
  • An illustrated Field Guide to the black-backed woodpecker
Wild Hope Magazine - Volume 4

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Volume 5

  • Behind-the-scenes at Pacific Wildlife Care in Moro Bay, CA, as two golden eagles are treated for life-threatening injuries
  • Washington State’s bold plan to reintroduce grizzly bears in the North Cascades Ecosystem
  • On the ground with the Black Mambas, South Africa’s first all-female anti-poaching unit
  • A sneak preview of some of the inspiring films featured at this year’s Wild and Scenic Film Festival
  • A wildlife guide demonstrates the science and art behind tracking a lion in the African bush
  • The case for conserving microbial communities like those in Yellowstone’s geysers and thermal pools
  • Field notes from a biologist monitoring critically endangered saiga antelope in Western Mongolia
  • A celebration of the American beech and the intricate web of life it supports
  • How the British Columbia eco-tourism industry instigated a ban on grizzly bear hunting
  • Why farmers are turning to native bees to pollinate crops
  • A gardener reflects on how our actions, even small ones, affect the planet
  • An illustrated Field Guide to the endangered fisher
Wild Hope Magazine - Volume 4

Photo: Marc Latremouille

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Volume 4

  • The astonishing story of OR-7, a gray wolf who travelled more than 4,000 miles from Oregon to California to start a family, and the people who made his journey possible
  • What you can do if you find an injured or orphaned wild animal
  • From Vietnam, a photo story of 24 endangered pangolins being returned to the wild after being rescued from poachers
  • How a Northern California community halted a plan to log old coast redwood trees in the Gualala River floodplain
  • An interview with bat rehabilitator Corky Quirk on why we should appreciate these greatly misunderstood winged mammals
  • Scenes of Iceland where life clings to what it can
  • Photos of an extraordinary encounter between river otters and a coyote
  • Why wildlife corridors are a matter of life or death for wide wandering species like pumas, bears and wolves
  • Observations by a New Mexico-based wildlife advocate of what has been lost in the Land of Enchantment
  • Close encounters with giant oceanic manta rays in the Revillagigedo Archipelago
  • An illustrated field guide to the endangered desert tortoise
Wild Hope Magazine - Volume 3

Photo: Michael Snedic

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Volume 3

  • A peek inside an owl-nesting box with a volunteer for The Hungry Owl Project
  • A rare encounter with a wild wolverine in the Sierras
  • How digital photography is helping researchers identify and track giraffe by their unique spot patterns
  • A birding field trip to a post-fire snag forest with a naturalist for the John Muir Project
  • A photo documentary of the spectacular phenomena of animal masses
  • From Alaska, a report on the state’s extreme efforts to protect wild salmon
  • The author of field guides challenges us to re-imagine the language we use to describe the natural world
  • Frogs in Ecuador’s cloud forest inspire a scientific investigation into human-nature relationships
  • An interview with a documentary filmmaker about the heroic efforts being made to save a small porpoise from extinction
  • An essay about our need for wilderness with images of what we’re losing in Central Appalachia
  • An illustrated Field Guide to the Joshua tree
Wild Hope Magazine - Volume 2

Photo: Michael Snedic

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Volume 2

  • Behind the scenes at the Wild Bird Fund, New York City’s first wildlife rehabilitation hospital
  • A story of hope and redemption from a moon bear sanctuary in China
  • A discovery by a redwood forest ecologist linking fern health to climate change
  • Field notes from a biologist monitoring fur seals on a remote island in the Bering Sea
  • A photo gallery of the diverse flora and fauna of the Marin Headlands, a wildlife refuge neighboring San Francisco
  • Reflections of a shepherdess on sharing her grazing pasture with endangered butterflies
  • A high school project that’s restoring oyster beds to New York Harbor
  • A photo documentary of the world’s oldest trees
  • An interview with a London street artist who’s raising awareness of Britain’s endangered Birds
  • An illustrated field guide to the Santa Cruz Island fox
  • A personal essay by an artisan food producer on foraging for wild mushrooms
Wild Hope Magazine - Premier Issue

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Volume 1

  • A visit to the world’s largest marine mammal rehabilitation hospital
  • An interview with the “Bluebird Man” — how one person saved a species
  • A photo essay of endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda
  • An encounter with western burrowing owls at a women’s prison
  • A profile of a sea captain on a mission to rid the ocean of plastic debris
  • Reflections on climbing a redwood tree
  • Earth Day 2014 photos from around the world
  • The meaning of one person’s nature collection
  • An illustrated field guide to the western snowy plover
  • Wild Hope is a collector’s quality publication. It is 8.5” x 10.5”, 64 pages, and printed in the U.S. on heavy, high-quality Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper

 

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