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  • Semi-wild in the new West

    Semi-wild in the new West

    Semi-wild rural landscapes, where humans mingle with wildlife, are a richer source of biodiversity than many Westerners realize.

  • Blades, birds and bats: Wind energy and wildlife not a cut-and-dried issue

    Wind farms are working to make their turbines less hazardous to birds and bats

  • Richard Reynolds, raptor man

    Richard Reynolds, raptor man

    The biologist has spent 21 years counting goshawks and other raptors in Arizona's Kaibab National Forest.

  • Falcon's future rests on a definition

    Endangered aplomado falcons already in New Mexico may lose protection under a controversial Fish and Wildlife Service plan to release captive-bred birds as a "nonessential experimental population."

  • The bald eagle paradox

    The bald eagle paradox

    What happens when the recovery of an endangered species threatens the survival of other species?

  • The windhover

    The windhover

    Biologist Travis Booms tracks Alaska's elusive gyrfalcons.

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