Of course, each focuses on a particular area of this broad subject, but that doesn't limit the opportunities. You could write a kid's nature article for Ranger Rick, then switch gears and write about kangaroos on Rottnest Island for National Wildlife Magazine. The possibilities are nearly infinite, specially if you like researching nature and wildlife. Since you will need a unique topic to pitch to wildlife and nature magazine markets, you might consider specializing on the natural wildlife of a particular region of the world. For example, Amy Hentley is a UK-based freelance writer who has penned dozens of articles
for major wildlife and nature magazines on habitats in Scotland. You could choose to write about your own neck
of the woods or branch out to learn about somewhere else.