About this issue

In this issue of All Animals, we’re looking back on 2022 and celebrating some of the year’s biggest wins for animals—all made possible by your support. (Sparing nearly 4,000 beagles from life in a lab was a real milestone!) We’re also sharing a plant-based recipe from one of our chefs at Humane Society International/Brazil, updating you on a positive change for reporting abuses at puppy mills and other facilities, and reflecting on the way traditionally human mourning rituals can help us honor and grieve our beloved pets.

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Cover of All Animals Magazine Winter 2023 Issue
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Create a haven for wildlife.

A humane backyard is a natural habitat offering wildlife plenty of food, water and cover, plus a safe place to live free from pesticides, chemicals, free-roaming pets, inhumane practices and other threats. And it's so easy to build!

humane backyard with a bench and birdbath
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Your Best Shot

Supporters share their favorite photographs and love of animals with All Animals magazine. View the latest featured photo and learn how to submit your own!

Barred owl sitting on a maple tree with a crawfish in its mouth.
During a May visit to Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in North Carolina, I spotted this barred owl sitting on a maple tree. The bird kept glancing at the shallow canal below and eventually swooped down and grabbed a crawfish from the water. I had only a few seconds to take the picture before the owl swallowed the crawfish. I don’t often have the opportunity to photograph barred owls, particularly in good light. A crawfish hanging from the bird’s beak was a real plus. A little while later, the owl caught another crawfish and went back to the maple tree to enjoy the meal. Gordon Kilgore, Georgia | Featured in the Fall 2023 issue