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Wildlife & Conservation

Sea Otters Are the Unlikely Heroes Helping to Restore a Marine Ecosystem

Researchers find these top predators play a key role in stabilizing the salt marshes of Monterey Bay

By Lydia Larsen

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How to See Through the Lens of Empathy, Compassion, and Conscience

“Seeing It All” lifts up the work of 11 cutting-edge female photographers

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A simple trick turns destructive urban pests into valuable ecosystem engineers

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The Push to Save the Coho at Dry Creek

The Warm Springs Dam isn’t coming down anytime soon. Conservationists want to use it to help save salmon.

By Michael Shapiro

January 28, 2024