Eraserhead WILD mag

4 Solid Reasons To Skip the Factory Farm Turkey and Go Vege (written by a pigskin-loving meat-eater)

by: Blaine Skrainka

"Do they ever think about their reluctance to think about it?"

Tags: animal rights, Animals, Blaine Skrainka, Carbon Footprint, Climate Change, diet, factory farming, food, Global Warming, Green, Humane Society, Meat, Thanksgiving, The Wild Magazine, vegan, vegetarian, world
World News - Aug. 20, 2013

Little Giant

by: The WILD

A newborn giant panda cub naps at the the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan. The female cub, Yuan Zai, was born earlier this month to parents Yuan Yuan and Tuan Tuan.   read more here photo: […]

Tags: Animals, China, Picture of the day, Taipei Zoo, Taiwan, The Wild Magazine, Tuan Tuan, Yuan Yuan, Yuan Zai
owl WILD mag animals

Waiting Patiently

by: The WILD

Photograph by Graham McGeorge An eastern screech owl, cloaked by its habitat, is spotted keeping watch over the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia (USA).

Tags: Animals, eastern screech owl, Graham McGeorge, owl, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine
Basement Jaxx WILD mag music

Basement Jaxx Go WILD in a Digital Wilderness

by: Joseph Johnson

Basement Jaxx are officially back. The British electronic music duo were heavy hitters in the late nineties/early noughties, but they’ve been a little quiet since releasing their studio album, Scars, in 2009. The video for […]

Tags: Animals, Basement Jaxx, colour, dance, electronic, Flowers, fresh, Joseph Johnson, music, patterns, review, The Wild Magazine, UK, vibrant, video., vivid
Lion in South Africa WILD mag

An Afternoon Nap, South Africa

by: The WILD

Photograph by Ande Truman A Lion snoozes under overcasts skies in South Africa. The lion is a vulnerable species, generally unable to thrive outside of national parks or private preserves. Estimates say that over the […]

Tags: Ande Truman, Animals, Lion, photography, Picture of the day, South Africa, The Wild Magazine
Rescue Horses WILD mag world

Salvation for the Equine

by: Katie Grimmer

Dogs may be man’s best friend, but horses have been with us through thick and thin. They have ridden and died by our side in war; they’ve done the jobs too tough for us on […]

Tags: Allison Miliones, Animals, horse sanctuaries, Horses, Karen Tweedy-Holmes, Katie Grimmer, Temple Grandin, The Wild Magazine
Music To Start The Week With, WILD Mag

Music To Start The Week With #037

by: Diego Martínez

We oughta come clean about something here. Sure, we do keep an eye on what’s rolling in on the music blogs and dig deep into our iPods for personal favorites, but we also receive tons […]

Tags: Animals, Big Scary, Dan Le Sac, Diego Martinez, Eiri, Falling Away, Friends Are Forgiving, I Dont Wanna Do It Right, Jacques Renault, James, Janka Nabay and the Bubu Gang, Jonathan Boulet, Mati Zundel, MUSIC TO START THE WEEK WITH, Notic Nastic, Ozarks, Play Along, Pyramids of Love, Ro Lungi, Sarah Williams White, Señor Montecostes, The Cast Of Cheers, The Henry Clay People, The Wild Magazine, This Song Is Called Ragged, WILD PLAYLIST


by: Guillaume Boulez

Who: Arden Wohl, Pastry chef and filmmaker Where: Southampton What’s on her mind today: Animals. What does good energy mean to her: Kindness and compassion. What does she consider a fashion “faux-pas”: Pony skin. What […]

Tags: Animals, Arden Wohl, Caroline Torem-Craig, Guillaume Boulez, Stefan Bondell, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES