Return of the species

 

 
 

1. Wolves. Endangered?
2. Wolves on the rebound
3. History of extermination
4. Midwestern wolves

5. Causes of extinction
6. Trumpeter swan sings
7.
Wisdom of reintroductions
8. Helping the plants
9. Moving the plants

10. Genetics movement
11.House flies!

 


 

 

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illustration of a condorWildfires

The Value of Nature

Population woes

Coming Shortages

Global Warming

The Moa's Extinction

Saving Tropical Forests

Fish Diversity

Animal Migration

Evolution

Viable Populations

Paper
The Call of the Wild [Wildlands Project], Lewis MacAdams, Rolling Stone, 10/20/94, p. 82 ff.

New Pups Swell Population of Wolves in Yellowstone, James Brooke, The New York Times, 5/12/96, p. A11.

Plant Census Raises the Alarm and Leads to Restoration Effort, Carol Kaesuk Yoon, The New York Times, 2/13/96, p. C4.

Return of the Condor, Frank Graham, Jr., Audubon, Jan-Feb. 2000, pp. 46 ff.

The Return of the Peregrine, Kevin Krajick, Audubon, 9/95, pp. 22-23. Rules Shielding the Gray Wolf May Soon Ease, Andrew Revkin, The New York Times, July 3, 2000. Wolves Reshaped Yellowstone, The New York Times, 30 December, 1997, science section, P. 1.

Web

Defenders of Wildlife.

Fish and Wildlife Service on the gray wolf.

The International Wolf Center.

International Crane Foundation.

Endangered species information at the Fish & Wildlife Service.

FWS "box score" of endangered species.

International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

More endangered species information.

Native plants of Hawaii, in living color!

Reintroducing plants in Florida.

 

 

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