To native birds’ benefit, conservationists declare South Georgia clear of invasive rodents for first time in more than 200 years

Celebrated sea captain James Cook implanted a British flag down into the rocky, icy ground on the shore of South Georgia in 1775. When he did so, he claimed ownership of the icy, mountainous Antarctic island not only… Read More
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Beyond Words gets a French review by Le Monde!

Congratulations to Carl Safina, whose seventh book, Beyond Words; What Animals Think and Feel, has just been reviewed in French. Read the review online here, or the PDF here.
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A Science Symposium–for Women

By Katarzyna Nowak, Safina Center Fellow It was last year that I attended the Wild and Scenic Film Festival in this very same room, the Lory Student Theatre at Colorado State University (CSU). The part of the festival… Read More
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