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A landmark ruling protects vital fish species from commercial fishing off the U.S. Pacific Coast, and secures the future of seabirds in the process.
Oil from the S.S. Jacob Luckenbach has killed over 50,000 birds . . . and four of them died just this winter.
Tortoise biologist Tim Shields is trying to keep an endangered species from being eaten by ravens—without harming a feather in the process.
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