Wild Hope magazine publishes stories and images that raise awareness of the need to preserve Earth’s biodiversity

Wild Hope is a collaborative, community-sourced magazine where we come together to inspire and support one another’s efforts to reverse the causes of manmade extinction and to save as many species as possible.

Earth’s biodiversity is rapidly disappearing. The Center for Biodiversity estimates that between 30 to 50 percent of all living species may be lost by mid-century. The reasons are manmade: habitat destruction, species translocation, pollution, over-exploitation, and climate change.

While the situation is alarming, many people are taking responsibility and working to save wild species and reverse the manmade causes of extinction. Wild Hope magazine is a collaboration of people who are passionate about preserving Earth’s rich biodiversity.

Photo by Holly Wilmeth


Our contributors include naturalists, conservationists, wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, biologists, and ecologists, as well as nature writers, photographers, and artists. We believe every species matters — from the lowly lichen to the colossal blue whale — and deserves safeguarding. Through sharing our stories and photographs from the field, we raise awareness of the intrinsic value of the natural world and the need to protect our biodiversity heritage. By example, we show how it can be done.

Source: Wild Hope is a project of Earth Island Institute
Director: Kathryn Arnold

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Our wildest hope is that the magazine’s reach will extend far beyond our dedicated community and become a call to action for many others to become advocates for nature.

Your generosity will enable us to spread awareness that all wild species matter and need safeguarding.

Help make it happen!