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Turkey Talk: Anatomy of the Bird at the Center of the Feast
By Steve Zack
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Jaguar Conservation on the Continental Scale
As a college student, my summer wages were earned clearing trails in the premier wilderness areas of the American Mountain West. From the mountaintops, I could look across 360-degree vistas and not see a hint of a road. The areas with grizzlies felt different than those without
In his short stories, Thinking Like a Mountain and Escudilla , Aldo Leopold notes the same; without wolves and grizzly bears, the king carnivores of the North, something is missing. Intact ecosystems always contain their top carnivores. It’s good when humans sense a power that is greater than their own. In tropical America, that force is the jaguar
Following college, I became a wildlife biologist. My dissertation was done…