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The Wildlife Watch Binocular Summer 2005 Issue

WWB's New Departments & Call for Queries

The Wildlife Watch Binocular is a newspaper quarterly devoted to helping the general public discover more ways to enjoy the wild life of wildlife that surrounds us—whether we live in crowded cities, convenient suburbs, or remote woods. Neither antagonistic nor pacifist, WWB offers intelligent opinion pieces, wellresearched informational pieces, and entertaining pieces on a wide spectrum of topics related to wildlife. “Watch” in our title refers at once to the fact
that we watch wildlife, and it, us.

During the past few months, we have been gathering the interest of some stellar writers on the environment from around the country.

The Autumn 2005 issue of WWB will introduce a few of these writers to you and also will introduce new departments that we hope will heighten your reading experience.

THE FRONT LENS: Non-polemic investigative or well-researched informative pieces. Local features. Educational pieces. Length: 750 words. One or two photos from author should be included

HOW I SEE IT: Personal narrative. Intelligent op-ed. Length: 500 words.

ON THE LOOKOUT: Interviews with activists, writers, artists, and more related to wildlife. One or two photos from author should be included. Length: 750 words.

R.O.C.K. (Rehabbers Offer Care and Kindness): Features on Wildlife Rehabbers. One or two photos from author should be included. Length: 750 words.

Queries: Please send a full query before sending full manuscripts to Jeff Davis, Managing Editor, via email: .

Please do not send queries or submissions not directly related to wildlife.

Happy watching.

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