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FOR FIFTY YEARS DUCK STAMP ART HAS IMITATED WILDLIFE—AND PRESERVED IT
No real game birds had come, just three coots that passed low over the marsh as they headed toward the oak ridge at its edge. The sun was all ...
Tiptoeing Through The Galapagos There's a fine line between enjoying the islands' wildlife and endangering it
plants that endemic wildlife live on. Though park guards have exterminated some of these interlopers, human meddling goes on. Which is why ...
Sarah's Ark, or Helping Animals in the Desert
Sarah Gorby gave unstinting care to wounded wildlife, and never thought of it as a burden
The Killing Fields
Toxic drainwater from irrigated farmland in California and other Western states has created an environmental calamity
THE DEADLY SPRAY
In the last few weeks the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reported finding 59 species of animals, including game birds, dead on the ground in sprayed areas.
They hunt to save the hunting
Nebraska's mixed bag event has a cover story conservationists buy
A clash on the highest levels over refuge policy; a surf fisherman who stands his sandy ground; National Wildlife Week, dedicated to some near-extinct species
REFUGE WRANGLE. On march 5 in New Orleans the 21st North American Wildlife Conference heard a vital and controversial address. It was delivered by Ira N.
ENDANGERED SPECIES GET NEW LIFE IN GLASS, EARTHENWARE AND SILVER
The Friends of the Earth Collection of American Wildlife offers a similar membership/gift opportunity of Swedish earthenware renderings of the ...
OF DENIM AND VENOM EVERY MARCH RUSTLERS WRANGLE RATTLERS AT A ROUNDUP IN SWEETWATER, TEXAS
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Wildlife and. Fisheries Sciences department at Texas A&M determine each rattler's sex, then ...
EVERY SPRING BIRDS AND BIRDERS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER IN TEXAS
Fifteen miles from High Island the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge lies as flat as a rug beside Galveston Bay. It is 24,000 acres of coarse ...