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Most of Us Support the Endangered Species Act. So Why Doesn’t Congress?

Most of Us Support the Endangered Species Act. So Why Doesn’t Congress?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 20, 2015 2

Just a few months ago, in summer 2015, there were hopeful headlines for the Endangered Species Act (ESA). A new poll had been released that showed that nine out of every 10 American voters

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Halloween Video: Nature’s Zombies

Halloween Video: Nature’s Zombies

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 15, 2015 3

At this time of year, the minds of Hollywood TV and film producers aren’t the only ones full of thoughts of zombies, those rather stiff and stumbling, hungry and insatiable beings who want to

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As Earth’s Superpredators, Can We Change How We Use Wildlife?

As Earth’s Superpredators, Can We Change How We Use Wildlife?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 13, 2015 15

Would you mind living next door to a top predator? It’s a question I’ve asked you before. It seems that when it comes to bears, lions or wolves, we humans, as a whole, can’t

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Would You Pay More for Your Coffee If It Helped Birds?

Would You Pay More for Your Coffee If It Helped Birds?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 6, 2015 23

Coffee. In my opinion—other than clean, pure water—it just may be the best drink on Earth. That’s why I celebrated last Thursday, October 1, the first official International Coffee Day, with several cups of

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Video: Trees Have Their Own Internet, and It Works Like Ours

Video: Trees Have Their Own Internet, and It Works Like Ours

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 1, 2015 33

I admit I may be what some would consider a little too woo-woo, “out there” when it comes to trees. I’ve always had a special affinity for them; I’ve even written whole books about

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Increasing Bad Behavior around Wildlife: Are More Regulations Needed?

Increasing Bad Behavior around Wildlife: Are More Regulations Needed?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 29, 2015 51

Witnessing any of nature’s great spectacles—such as the wildebeest migration of Africa, the wintering grounds of millions of monarch butterflies in Mexico or thousands of sea turtles coming ashore from the Pacific Ocean to lay

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