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On the verge of extinction

March 15, 1974

The blunt-nosed leopard lizard, the Hawaiian hoary bat and the light-footed clapper -- all endangered species -- don't receive the attention they deserve.

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On the verge of extinction
The blunt-nosed leopard lizard, the Hawaiian hoary bat and the light-footed clapper -- all endangered species -- don't receive the attention they deserve.
Grizzly, go home!
A dramatization of a bear's encounter with police and tourists -- how will it end?

News

Bighorn sheep: a precarious balance
For the bighorn sheep who once grazed further down in the valleys than they do today, the rise of the cattle industry after the Civil War marked the beginning of their decline.