The moving sounds of whales

By David Rothenberg, Safina Center Fellow No one knows exactly how the whales got there, but there they are. Skeletons, huge ones, hanging above our heads. A long room sixty meters at least. A nineteenth-century museum, a National… Read More
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Birds are disappearing. Here’s how you can help bring them back

By Molly Adams, Safina Center Fellow North America has lost 2.9 billion breeding birds since 1970. That means one in four birds have died in the last fifty years, and that nearly 30% of birds have disappeared from… Read More
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Contrast = Gratitude

By Robin Huffman, Safina Center Fellow The other day, a friend and I were discussing music, and how essential the spaces between the notes are to a holistic experience of a piece. It’s the counterpoint and contrast of… Read More
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