5 | This Issue
A dull roar.
By Caroline Schultz
6 | Earth Watch
BioBlitz challenge; disappearing turtles; neonics fight continues;
Picturing Protection photo contest winners.
36 | Member Groups
Nature Network flourishes in the east.
By Lisa Richardson
37 | Our Community
Conservation heroes recognized.
By Jaklynn Nimec
38 | Last Word
Forestry laggards’ denial tactics delaying protection.
By Julee Boan
On the cover
18 | When Nature Calls
Noise pollution negatively impacts wildlife by interfering with communication, reproduction and habitat. What will it take to make humans keep it down?
By Ray Ford
24 | Birds of a Feather
An avian novice attends the Carden Challenge birding festival to observe bird fanatics in their natural habitat.
By Dawn Calleja
30 | Northern Haven
A diverse group of activists is fighting to keep the Farabout Peninsula, an unspoiled refuge for biodiversity, safe from loggers’ saws.
By Conor Mihell
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