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Eagles' deaths are vindicated

June 25, 1971

The deaths of at least 50 eagles in Wyoming has led to the arrest of Van Irvine, a prominent Wyoming stockman who is now being charged with 28 game violations.

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Eagles' deaths are vindicated
The deaths of at least 50 eagles in Wyoming has led to the arrest of Van Irvine, a prominent Wyoming stockman who is now being charged with 28 game violations.

Essays

Floating Western rivers
The author floats the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River: "As we would approach a rapid, even a minor one, we would all grow apprehensive ..." Part two in a multi-article series on floating the West's rivers.

Perspective

America and the environmental crisis
An address by Environmental Protection Agency administrator William Ruckelhaus: "The planet Earth is in trouble. For too long man has regarded nature as a foe to be conquered ..."