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One Scientist's Valiant Mission to Save Two of Hawaii's Endangered Seabirds
July 11, 2018
— On the mountainous island of Kauai, elusive shearwaters and petrels burrow deep in the forested terrain. Saving them requires a radical effort, led by a man who is no less extreme.
Teresa Baker, Activist and Hiker, on Why Kids Are the Future of Our Public Lands
July 10, 2018
— Instagram feeds and internships are encouraging young people of color to join the environmental movement. But we can do more.
Check Out Conner Youngblood's Moving Music Video Featuring a Utah Bird Refuge
July 9, 2018
— The talented performer captures the essence of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in this immersive ode.
The Power of Pictures to Promote Conservation
July 5, 2018
— Photography can communicate the beauty and fragility of nature. It can also help build a movement to save it.
Stand Up for Your Public Lands
July 5, 2018
— This summer, get outside and get organized to protect America’s national parks and monuments.
People Keep Shooting Long-Billed Curlews in Southwest Idaho
June 28, 2018
— A shot mother is the latest in a string of poaching deaths, now considered the greatest threat on what was once the species' densest nesting grounds.
What Happens When Birds Invade Stores?
June 27, 2018
— To deal with feathered squatters like doves and sparrows, businesses turn to rescue and removal experts.
This Common Form of Plastic Pollution Is a Menace to Birds
June 22, 2018
— Fishing line snares vast numbers of wildlife each year—a problem birders and outdoor groups are trying to combat.
With Legal Pot, California Faces a Barrage of New (and Old) Environmental Problems
June 19, 2018
— Cleaning up poisons killing Northern Spotted Owls is just one challenge the state faces. A conservation fund built from cannabis taxes could help.
Video: Watch (and Hear) Two Bitterns Getting Weird in a Rice Field
June 18, 2018
— Mindful conservation on California rice farms creates homes for wetland birds, while also providing a rare chance to study them.
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