Dispatch from Hawaii; making music live with whales

By David Rothenberg, Safina Center Fellow The underwater sonic world of humpback whales remains a mystery to human ears. In the fifty years since we discovered that this one species of cetacean sings long, structured, melodic and organized… Read More
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Open season for wolves across the lower 48? Time and science will tell

By Carl Safina and Erica Cirino Currently the gray wolf is listed as an endangered species in all states where it exists, except Alaska, which is home to a much larger population. Across the lower 48 states, hunting… Read More
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Of Mice and Mōlī

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow During the annual albatross count at Midway Atoll in December of 2015, volunteers reported seeing nesting albatross with bloody heads and necks. The wounds left biologists scratching their own heads. “We started… Read More
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