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Coyotes and Badgers, Incorporated

Coyotes and Badgers, Incorporated

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 18, 2011 8

For much of recorded human history, whenever coyotes and humans have come in contact, it is the coyotes that lose—big-time. But unlike many species that have succumbed to extinction under a similar scenario, somehow

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New monkey species discovered in Amazon

New monkey species discovered in Amazon

Wendy Redal August 30, 2011 0

Scientists have discovered a new species of monkey on an expedition into an unexplored part of the Brazilian Amazon. The monkey is a new species of titi, or Callicebus, monkey, and features different colored

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From a Lion’s Point of View

From a Lion’s Point of View

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 12, 2011 5

Recent new technology has allowed us to get a glimpse into other creatures’ lives like never before. It seems that every day, we’re learning more about the incredible feats—and the normal days—of the beings

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Some Folks Call Me “Gutpile”

Some Folks Call Me “Gutpile”

Brad Josephs March 7, 2011 7

When I am not guiding or traveling, you can find me residing in the quirky little fishing village (though some argue it is primarily a drinking village with a fishing problem) of Homer, Alaska.

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The Species Numbers Game

The Species Numbers Game

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 22, 2011 9

When it comes to environmental and wildlife issues, it seems that the more alarming the statistics are, the more likely it is that they will command our attention and move us into action. When

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It’s Raining Birds

It’s Raining Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 8, 2011 6

Instead of waking to falling snow as many of us did on New Year’s Day 2011, people in Beebe, Arkansas, rose to find thousands of birds—grackles, starlings and red-winged blackbirds—falling from the sky, dead.

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