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The Arctic is beautiful, and very vulnerable

Susan Morse has made many expeditions to regions of the North American arctic to do research and photography. She has seen many changes to the arctic because of climate change. Note that this picture shows ice that is very unstable and ill-suited for passage of caribou and other northern species. Stay tuned to our "Upcoming Events" for more programs which will be posted soon, such as "Animals of the North: What Does the Future Hold?"

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Please consider supporting Susan Morse's research on her book project that will serve as a comprehensive tool to be used by wildlife biologists, naturalists, land trust officials, students, and the general public across North America to conserve critical wildlife habitat.

Leap now and grab our updated Wildlife and Habitats book for a holiday gift!

Holiday gift-giving is fhere! Anyone who loves wildlife and the outdoors will savor this huge, updated and expanded compilation of Susan Morse's wildlife essays, originally published in Northern Woodlands magazine. Inside are 80 fully illustrated essays with Susan's award-winning photos and fascinating facts and anecdotes about 24 species -- from beaver and black bear to wolves, woodchuck and scores in between.
  • "From the Arctic to the Everglades"
    Sue's talk at a prestigious scientific conference Learn More ›
  • Help take us into our NEXT 20 years!
    Grow citizen science's success in saving wildlife! LEARN MORE ›
  • Habitats & Highways
    Making roads safer for people and wildlife. Learn More ›
  • Youth Programs
    Engaging young learners in the study of nature. Learn More ›
  • Wildlife Monitoring Programs
    Identify and monitor key species living near you. Learn More ›
  • Community Education
    Inspiring greater understanding of wildlife needs. Learn More ›
  • Technical Workshops
    For biologists, foresters and other professionals. Learn More ›
  • "Research & Rescue in the High Arctic"
    Sue's recent photo trip to far northern Canada Learn More ›