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Why We Do What We Do: The Sweet Success Story of Stormy and Radar

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow Laysan albatross nesting season begins in November each year. Although it’s autumn, it feels like spring to those of us who monitor the mōlī. Mates reunite, rushing and gushing after months of… Read More
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Why do we have a World Tuna Day?

One of the most incredible predators in our ocean is in danger of being lost. Pacific Bluefin tuna populations have been in jeopardy for years and new allegations of illegal and overfishing activity by Japanese fleets create a… Read More
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While you were celebrating Earth Day, the President’s son was out killing a keystone species

By Erica Cirino On a day when millions of people across the U.S. took part in celebrating and conserving nature, Donald Trump Jr. took part in destroying it. This past Earth Day, April 22, President Donald Trump’s eldest… Read More
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