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PODCAST: KILLER CATS BASH BIODIVERSITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conservation biologist Peter Marra talks with journalist Rene Ebersole about the threat of outdoor cats to wild animals and to human health. Marra is the co-author, with writer Chris Santella, of the book Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer. Podcast co-produced with Steve Mirsky for Scientific American.

 

 

FREEZING, THE NEW SCIENCE OF COLD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rene talks about the science of freezing on the NPR show On Point, with Tom Ashbrook

 

SAVING LAKE OKEECHOBEE

Florida’s Everglades have a huge advocate in Nathaniel Reed, who’s been fighting for decades to preserve the vast ecosystem. In this video, he reflects on the condition of the Everglades’ lifeblood—Lake Okeechobee. Co-produced for Audubon.

 

 

JOURNEY TO QUEBEC’S ST. LAWRENCE RIVER

An unpredictable haven for cetaceans, as well as hundreds of thousands of birds, Quebec’s St. Lawrence River is an eco-traveler’s dream. You can kayak with humpbacks, camp on a cliff, encounter massive seabird colonies, and scamper among snowshoe hares. Just whatever you do, don’t spoil the view.Co-produced for Audubon. Article By T. Edward Nickens.

 

 

THE MAN WHO SAVED CRANES

At forty years and counting, celebrated ornithologist George Archibald’s global crusade to protect cranes still has the wind beneath its wings.
Edited By Mike Fernandez. Article By Rene Ebersole.

 

 

MAPLE SYRUP, THE VERMONT WAY

Drizzling your flapjacks with bona fide maple syrup tapped from northern hardwood forests provides a mouthwatering breakfast—and a boon to birds.
Photography Directed By Ben Stechschulte. Article By Rene Ebersole.

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