You may be surprised to learn that our global team of wildlife photographers and authors published more than 1,500 articles last year in promoting the cause of wildlife conservation. Although we’re already well into 2013, it is certainly not too late to review the successes from last year.
Several of the more popular articles were written by guest authors from other blogs. The most widely-read article overall described the massacre of Amur Falcons in Nagaland and was contributed by Wildlife India.
- Shocking Amur Falcon Massacre in Nagaland » [1781 Views] by Conservation India
- Komodo and its Dragons » [1174 Views] by Adam Riley
- NATURE “Magic of the Snowy Owl” – Preview – PBS » [1014 Views] by PBS
- Orange County (California) Birds of Prey » [1011 Views] by Paul Marto
- Gorillas Win vs. Poachers » [940 Views] by Lori Robinson
- Wildlife Slaughter in South Dakota » [524 Views] by Ken Billington
- Interview with Steve Mills, Award Winning Photographer » [478 Views] by Katherine
- The Golden Eagle in Scotland – As climatic changes take hold, what future awaits these iconic raptors in the 21st Century? » [455 Views] by Terry Pickford
- Antarctic warming changing penguin breeding cycles, and success » [438 Views] by WildlifeExtra.com
- Picaflor Cordillerano (Oreotrochilus leucopleurus) (adult male) » [409 Views] by Walter Baliero
- Toronto’s Worst Bird Killing Buildings » [397 Views] by American Bird Conservancy
- How to Photograph – Woodpeckers » [387 Views] by Glenn Bartley
- The Leeudril Leopard – an Incredible Encounter » [378 Views] by Adam Riley
- New full-colour monograph focuses on the Peregrine Falcon » [366 Views] by Patrick Stirling-Aird
- The Wedge Pack, a Washington State Wolf Pack, Exterminated Because Of One Arrogant Rancher » [361 Views] by Larry Jordan
- The Mustangs of Pryor Mountain » [315 Views] by Don Getty
- The Dassie Rat – an unique rodent » [308 Views] by Adam Riley
- Bolivia Trip Report Part III » [277 Views] by Glenn Bartley
- Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM » [276 Views] by John Andrew Wright
We sincerely thank our wildlife authors and photographers for contributing their outstanding articles during 2012. Thanks also to our loyal subscribers and readers for following our blog.