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Joe Eaton on the traditional Pacific Islands voyaging canoe Uto Ni Yalo. | Veronica Sullivan

Joe Eaton is a Berkeley-based science and environmental writer and a frequent contributor to Estuary News. In the past, he wrote a column for the San Francisco Chronicle's Home & Garden section.

Joe Eaton on the traditional Pacific Islands voyaging canoe Uto Ni Yalo. | Veronica Sullivan
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The Return of This 20-Pound Invasive Rodent Worries Wildlife Agencies

After wildlife agencies eradicated the voracious, 20-pound rodents in California in the 1970s, the invasive species has been spotted in the San Joaquin Valley again.
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