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Mōlī Friends in Monterey: The Story of Makana and Alika

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow Makana, a twelve-year-old Laysan albatross, seemed contemplative as she took in her surroundings. A short distance away were hundreds of fish darting through a kelp forest of wide shimmering strands, each easily… Read More
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These elusive alpinists drink at night – Part I

By Katarzyna Nowak, Safina Center Fellow I’m in the Yukon to study winter coat molt in mountain goats in relation to a warming climate. A friend asked me recently, “What is the Yukon saying to you these days?”… Read More
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Reindeer, Ice and Snow

By Paul Greenberg, Safina Center Fellow If Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer actually existed, science tells us that: a) he would have had to have been a she, since northern hemisphere male reindeer shed their antlers before Christmastime… Read More
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