AmericanForestsWinter2015-coverWitness Boston’s battle with the Asian longhorned beetle. Get a glimpse into the minds of the birds in your backyard. And, explore the subtle beauty of John Muir’s boyhood home.

Plus, spend the night with nature in a treehouse and meet WildEarth Guardians, a champion for the West’s wild places.

Download the entire Winter 2015 issue.

Features

  • Rock-a-bye

    How sleeping in the arms of the forest canopy facilitates a return to nature.
  • Eradication Nation

    How did Boston win its battle with Asian longhorned beetle, and will it stick?
  • Beauty in the Details

    Discover the magic of John Muir's "glorious Wisconsin wilderness."
  • Backyard For the Birds

    How do birds choose between your yard and your neighbor's?


  • Web Exclusive

  • A Whimsical Hideaway with Access for All

    Visit the world’s first universally accessible treehouse.
  • Close Up with Nature Photographer Alexey Kljatov

    Nature photographer Alexey Kljatov takes us into the intricate world of snowflakes.
  • Forest Hydrologist Dr. Paul Barten

    Forest hydrologist Dr. Paul Barten shares stories from the field, including one of a bear caught "purple-handed" in a quest for sweets.


  • Departments

  • WildEarth Guardians: Champion for the West’s Wild Places

    WildEarth Guardians has been a voice for Western landscapes for a quarter of a century.