The Journal of Wild Culture

On how a few powerful songs made personal and collective change very hard to resist. By Stephen Richer.
The art of the essay as cultural history and nature writing
From the love of insects that talk to each other in the
Great wildlife photography. Winners of the PA2F
A biologist's lament for a fundamental principle of biology
Where we live — from the photo gallery of the European
A conversation with two world-changers . . . on the track
Patricia Beatty (1936-2020) reflects on her mentor, one of
In pursuit of cash for gas, stories for drinks, and the
The poetics of wildlife group naming. By Angela Lord.
A profile of the female wolf. By Angela Lord.
A poetic voice with cheeky verve . By Roy Duffield.
Crop circles often reference sacred geometry, which