Freelance Journalist and Columnist, Scientific American
Journalist covering environmental issues, endangered species, cutting-edge technology, entrepreneurship and comic books.
switchboard.nrdc.org — Yesterday a group of leading wolf researchers and prominent conservation biologists sent a letter to the Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewel, urging her to reconsider plans to remove Endangered Species Act protections from wolves across the remainder of the lower 48 states, except for the small and struggling population of Mexican wolves "where found" in the Southwest.
washingtonpost.com — CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK, Calif. - The rare and tiny island fox is on the verge of making a comeback from near-extinction on Santa Cruz Island, the largest of the Channel Islands off Southern California.
indigenousnews.org — Kunza is the language of the Atacameño or Likan Antay people. Although there are more than 6,000 Atacameñós living in Chile, it has long been believed that their language was extinct. Although much of the language had been recorded and exists on paper, native speakers of Kunza no longer existed.
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