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2017 Media Kit
He Speaks for the Polar Bears
No fear-mongering. No exaggeration. For Ian Stirling, it's purely about the science.
The Myth of the Arctic Man-Eater?
Polar bears are less fearsome than we think, says biologist Stephen Smith. And he should know: He’s squared off with them, eye to eye…
Ravens Among Us
With a beak like a Swiss Army knife and an intellect to match, the raven is a many-faced figure in the Northern landscape. Our bond with the birds is longstanding, but always conflicted.
Fossil Gold Mines
Placer miners in the Yukon are churning out ice age bones at an industrial rate
The Quest for the Holy Grolar
It may be the Arctic's rarest, most fearsome animal, and it's never been photographed on the ground. Only a select group of elite hunters have gotten close enough to take a shot. Then Kelsey Eliasson came along.
She fights for nature and for human rights. Now she's showing others how to keep fighting
Swarm out there
Climate change is allowing biting flies to move farther North, partly because it’s getting warmer, and partly because it’s raining more often in the summer, creating more soggy breeding grounds.
The North’s Top 15 Waterways
How to dive into an iceberg, swim with canaries of the sea, avoid seamonsters in the Arctic—and much more. Take a plunge into our 15 top watery Northern getaways.
The Apocalypse is Now
Why permafrost is the scariest, most thrilling thing in the Arctic
Invasion of the Shrubs
Big changes are coming-one shoot at a time
Lesley Evans Ogden