Wild #185 is about to land
Get set for a WIld Spring!
It’s September, which not only means Spring has just sprung; it also means that Wild #185 Spring 2022 is about to land in subscribers’ mailboxes and in newsagents and stockists soon. As you may guess from the cover, conservation is a key theme. What’s happening in so many of our wild lands is a tragedy, but that said, there’s still hope. In this issue, we have stories from Dr Jennifer Sanger, who argues that Tasmania’s native forests offer a real climate solution; from Majell Backhausen, who traversed Victoria’s proposed Great Forests National Park and argues convincingly for its creation; and from photographer Matthew Newton, whose powerful photo essay documents two decades of Tasmanian forest activism.
There’s plenty of adventure, too, of course: Mountain biking on lost trails around NSW’s Kangaroo Valley; climbing Tasmania’s Mt Ida; walking in the Top End; paddling Victoria’s Caledonia River; skiing NZ’s Mt Tasman; ice climbing in Canada; hiking around Cradle Mountain; and heading deep into the Budawangs.
We also hear the stories of three completers of Tasmania’s Abels challenge, get an introduction to the Aussie success story that is rogaining, and learn a little about the art of planning a hike. And, of course, there are our regular sections like our Green Pages to keep you up-to-date on environmental news, along with our as-ever fantastic team of columnists.
It’s going to be yet another fabulous, bumper issue that you don’t want to miss
In short, this is not an issue to miss. But to make sure you get it, subscribe now at wild.com.au/subscribe
Check out below some of the awesome spreads from the issue!