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10 Tips To Improve Your Wildlife Photography

To build off this month’s Ranger Rick magazine article, “6 Tips for Wild Pics” by Clay Bolt, here are more expert tips from our professional photographer, Kristen Ferriere: Try photographing during the …

School of yellowfin tuna. Photo from National Undersea Research Program

Wild Friendships

Friends are beneficial for a multitude of reasons. For people, friends are helpful supporters and listeners, whereas for wildlife, “friends” are more like comrades, sometimes necessary for survival. As this …

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New Grooves for Endangered Species Day!

We have an Endangered Species Day challenge for you: get up out of your seats and groove to some fun, catchy songs about wildlife living in the United States. To raise …

Tufted puffins are the largest puffin. Photo by Marc Romano, USFWS

Puffins on the Pacific

pacific giant salamander with John Griffiths and CCC member Winnie

Inspiration for a New Generation of Conservationists

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Crab eating foxes. Photo by David Schenfeld via Flickr Creative Commons

Wildlife in the Pantanal

Did you know that one of the world’s largest wetlands is in South America? Located in Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay is an area larger than the size of more than …

Echidna. Photo by Peter Ostergaard via Flickr Creative Commons

Say G’Day to Some of Australia’s Wildlife

As the United States gears up for winter’s approach, Australia is readying for summer. In the November issue of Ranger Rick magazine, one of Ranger Rick’s friends, Scarlett Fox, traveled …

Fireflies lighting up a backyard in New York. Photo by s58y via Flickr Creative Commons

Light Up Your Summer!

As you’re exploring the great outdoors or camping out this summer as part of the Great American Campout, stars and campfires may not be the only objects you see emitting …

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