Virginia Wildlife Magazine Archive
March – April 2018 Issue
Ask most Conservation Police Officers and they will tell you, it’s not a job but a lifestyle.
Saint Mary’s Wilderness: An Ecosystem in Flux
If you’re looking for pristine trout waters and wilderness surroundings, you will find it here.
Spurred by citizen action, a well-placed garden of native plants benefits commuters of every stripe.
A Tidal Wave of Success
Anglers and fisheries managers celebrate a successful come-back for largemouth bass in the lower Chickahominy River.
Gain the Home Court Advantage
A bit of behavioral analysis goes a long way toward successful pursuit of turkeys in the spring woods.
Seeing the Forest for the Carbon
Coming Soon: The business of carbon credits holds promise for conserving smaller woodland tracts.
Dog Days Afield
Those who train and field trial dogs are indeed a special breed.
4th Annual Old Dominion OneShot
Year four promises even more excitement afield!
January – February 2018 Issue
The Golden Age of Gunning Clubs
In the late 1800s, Nathan Cobb helped to usher in an era of duck hunting on the Shore.
Bad Behavior or Just Birds Being Birds?
This story reminds us that birds can be brilliant, and ruthless, in their will to survive.
With a handful of minor changes, you can welcome more wildlife to your property.
A Globally Rare, Virginia Jewel
Nestled amid the hubbub of Northern Virginia, a unique natural community beckons.
Paved New World: The Unexpected Biology of Urban Animals
As humans encroach upon their world, wild animals employ a number of strategies to adapt to our urban footprint.
A Slippery Slope
Virginia’s Wildlife Action Plan calls attention to our most vulnerable species, including elusive salamanders.
Governor McAuliffe’s statewide initiative recognizes and protects land of exceptional conservation value.
- 2017 Virginia Deer Season Forecast (November–December 2017 Issue)
- 2017–2018 Waterfowl Hunting Forecast (November–December 2017 Issue)
- Snakes in the Grass (May–June 2017 Issue)
Featured articles from 2014–2017.
Scanned copies of Virginia Wildlife Magazine from the early years, archived at the Library of Virginia.