Black and Brown Faces in America's Wild Places
Dudley Edmondson, an African American wildlife photographer, believes it is critical for people of color to get involved in nature conservation. He sought out 20 other African Americans with deep connections to nature and asked them about their personal experiences, how they came to value nature and why African Americans seem under-represented in our parks and conservation efforts. The result is a compelling look at the issues that are so important to the future of our public lands. These personal profiles are not only interesting but provide insight into the past, present and future practices for our environment. Buy online at our secure store or call us directly to place your order, 651-433-4100.

Black and Brown Faces

The Board of Directors for Watchable Wildlife, Inc. has voted to postpone the Watchable Wildlife Conference. This decision was reached after reviewing the unprecedented travel restrictions in place for federal and state employees. 

Wildlife Viewing Areas Website
The USDA Forest Service recently added 20+ sites and more are in the works.  In its seventh year of operation our North American Directory of Wildlife Viewing Sites has had over 270,000 visitors!

New York Wildlife Viewing
New York Wildlife Viewing GuidebookMajestic mountains, urban heights, world class parks and lakes to pastoral farmlands and vineyards - New York State has it all! New York’s wildlife viewing and bountiful natural beauty is only matched by its rich history and invigorating culture. The New York Wildlife Viewing Guide is your key to unlock the treasures of the Empire State.

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