Albatross mate for life, except when they don’t

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow Albatross have a reputation for choosing one mate for life, which is true.  Except when it isn’t.  In fact, in the case of Ganesh and Gracie, you would need a decade-long, gender-fluid… Read More
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NYC is becoming a safer place for migratory birds

By Molly Adams, Safina Center Launchpad Fellow Last week, New York City Council passed Int. 1482-2019, the most comprehensive bird friendly building legislation in the world. This bill will amend the New York City building code and require… Read More
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Pond sounds at the home of Walmart

By David Rothenberg, Safina Center Fellow You probably all know what Walmart has done to Main Street, all over the USA. Led to the closing of local shops, the death of downtowns as everyone drives happily to the… Read More
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