Susan Russell, the wildlife policy director for the Animal Protection League of New Jersey, said that when friction arises between mute swans and people, it…View More To Kill a Swan? Dispute Over a Bird’s Fate Ends With a Twist.
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For more than a century, the core mission of the National Park Service has been preserving the natural heritage of the United States. But now,…View More What to Save? Climate Change Forces Brutal Choices at National Parks.
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