If you love animals, nature and learning about all things wild, then look no further! We have created a list of our Top 10 Best Blogs on Animals and Nature which feature our favourite animal, wildlife, environmental and educational blogs from around the world.
Top 10 Best Blogs on Animals and Nature
A beautiful blog by Margrit Harris that focused on Africa’s incredibly diverse array of wildlife, while also drawing light on important species and environments that need protecting. Nikela also distributes 100% of its funds to supporting on-ground conservation and wildlife protection projects throughout Africa.
Saving Wild is an incredible blog written by wildlife conservationist and author, Lori Robinson. Saving Wild provides readers with an interesting mix of interviews with high profile conservationists, such as Dr. Jane Goodall as well as reviews of great wildlife related books, stories and educational pieces about global conservation issues.
Franimals is a gold mine of animal news, stories and interviews that are written predominately by youth activists and experts around the world. The site focuses on global animal welfare issues, wildlife and environmental conservation news and advice for people looking to live a more ethical and compassionate lifestyle.
Wildnest is a wildlife tour and photography organisation in India that offers a blog on a range of topics, including wildlife, travel and the environment. WildNest offers a unique perspective from a range of authors, sharing first-hand knowledge of the great wild world.
Climate Girl is a fabulous blog created by Australian climate change activist, Parrys Raines. Climate Girl is focussed on finding solutions and catalysing change in environmental and climate change. The blog is politically neutral, passionate, optimistic, realistic and most importantly educational. Climate Girl inspires, engages and activates young individuals and communities to become agents of change.
Care2 is an online community empowering people to lead a healthy and green lifestyle while taking action on important causes such as human rights, animal welfare and wildlife and environmental conservation. The goal of the site is to connect activists from around the world with other individuals, organisations and responsible businesses making an impact.
Africa Geographic is probably one of the most comprehensive sources of news and stories relating to African natural history, wildlife, travel and nature. Their philosophy is to educate and inspire people to celebrate Africa and do good for the continent while making eco-warriors out of kids, turning poachers into game guards, and giving ordinary people a voice and reason to dream.
GWC has built its success upon a foundation of excellence in Exploration, Research and Conservation. GWC envisions a world with diverse and abundant wildlife, a truly Wild World. The blog also features interviews with an incredible range of women, highlighting the impact that women are having in wildlife and environmental conservation efforts worldwide
Based in Edinburgh, OneKind gives animals a voice through campaigning and lobbying for laws and highlighting issues pertaining particularly to Scottish wildlife, pets and lab animals. The blog inspires people to make changes in their lives to reduce their negative impact on animals.
TreeHugger is a sustainability website that was rated the top sustainability blog of 2007 by Nielsen Netratings, and was included in Time Magazine’s 2009 blog index as one of the top twenty-five blogs. TreeHugger is dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream and is a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.
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