SOURCE: Seattle Times
“The shameful legacy of the real John James Audubon, not the mythologized version, is antithetical to the mission of this organization and its values,” said Claire Catania, executive director of the Seattle chapter, in a statement.
SOURCE: Bloomberg CityLab
Algona's book traces the history of land use decisions that inadvertently allowed species, particularly the coyote, to spread across the United States even as the nation became more urbanized.
Collisions between wildlife and vehicles are bad for animals and dangerous and costly to people and governments, too. The United States may take steps to catch up with technology to mitigate them.
SOURCE: Public Books
A review of Jacob S. T. Dlamini’s "Safari Nation: A Social History of Kruger National Park" examines how the government of South Africa used tourism promotion to justify the establishment of its apartheid regime.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Kristoffer Whitney
Relaxing regulations protecting migratory birds has potentially serious environmental consequences and throws out decades of science-driven activism.
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