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Anne Bolen is the Managing Editor of National Wildlife magazine. She has managed, written and edited articles, books and other publications about wildlife and conservation issues for more than 20 years, including serving as Senior Assistant Editor for Smithsonian magazine and as Publications Manager for the ocean conservation organization SeaWeb. When not typing at a keyboard, she can be found hiking, camping or helping wildlife and other animals.
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Photograph Time in a Wetland Wonderland

7/12/2013 // By Anne Bolen

Just a few days are left for you to enter your photograph into this year’s National Wildlife Photo Contest. So if you are looking for a place to capture spectacular images of nature, try your local wetland. Some people might think […] Read more >

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Toad Hunting with Grandpa

9/11/2012 // By Anne Bolen

I grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago and didn’t really experience wilderness until I was in college. But because of my grandfather’s creative imagination, I learned that to discover the magic of nature, one need not look farther […] Read more >

Could We Hibernate?

12/22/2011 // By Anne Bolen

It’s that time of year again. I am sitting on my couch under my heaviest blanket with my third cup of coffee, stirred with a candy cane, after just having devoured another piece of pecan pie. As I feel my […] Read more >

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Ready to Fight the Stealth Attack on Wildlife? Part Four: Wolverines

9/7/2011 // By Anne Bolen

Just the name wolverine evokes images of a ferocious fighter, able to take down prey many times its size. However, the U.S. government isn’t one of them. The largest of the land-dwelling weasels, this predator has been named a Gulo […] Read more >

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Weakening the Clean Water Act Would Be Otter Nonsense

6/22/2011 // By Anne Bolen

River otters may now be at risk from recent Supreme Court decisions. Act now to restore the Clean Water Act. Read more >