National Geographic January 2018


Last Ice

In the 1980s Arctic sea ice extended across nearly three million square miles at the end of summer. Since then more than a third of that ice has been lost.

Why Birds Matter

Wild birds connect us to a nature that’s rapidly receding. They live in a spectacular variety of habitats and signal each one’s ecological health. Birds – with their brilliant plumage, their trills, and their flight – nurture our souls.

Flight Paths

A photographer captures the patterns that birds make in the sky.

The Healing of Columbia

After a half century of war.

Kubul’s Middle Class

Moving away from Conflict.

The Science of Good and Evil

A decisive factor: empathy.

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