Thinking outside the egg

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow It was early November. From all over the vast North Pacific, Laysan albatross were feeling the urge to fly south, to follow their mysterious and magnificent internal navigation to their nesting grounds… Read More
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The vulnerable vaquita: Immediate action needed to save critically endangered porpoise

When most people think of cetaceans, they think of the most iconic species: dolphins and whales. The vaquita—a small gray porpoise with an elusive lifestyle that’s native to Mexico’s Gulf of California—isn’t well known to most people, despite… Read More
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The unseen significance of whales

By Jessica Perelman Jessica is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in biological sciences. She will be attending veterinary school next year and plans to pursue a career in wildlife and conservation… Read More
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