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  • The more water we take out of the Delta, the more imperiled the Sacramento's Chinook salmon runs become -- and that's bad news for the orcas that depend on them. ... fish on the Endangered Species list that may be wiped out if too much water is diverted from its habitat. The smelt gets picked on by ...
  • ... Costco meatballs), despite twice being caught and released back into the wild. In its 100th entry in this year's Tournament of ... the float's foam foundation in the area below the skunk; we also volunteered decorating Western Asset Management's safari-themed ...
  • ... building renewable energy power sources that must be "paid back " for the facility to achieve carbon neutral status. ... of Crescent Dunes: the plant is using a fair amount of concrete , which carries with it a significant CO 2 burden. ...
  • ... have long been amongst us here in Southern California, back to our pre-Hispanic Native American era, and, as the fossils at the La ... foothills last year, make for sensational television news coverage and viral internet videos. Wild coyotes killing house pets, ...
  • ... layer that we exist upon: A man-made surface of concrete , cement, masonry, and asphalt, intended to cover and conceal the ... every opportunity, the sight of dirt be gone at all costs. If the planet is comprised of a core, a mantle and a crust, then humankind ...
  • ... I haven't seen them since. The parents have been back , or at least I'm pretty sure they have. Each morning I have a routine. I ... when you set out to become fond of individual wildlife. If I'd seen the roadrunner take up after the quail chicks, would I have ...
  • ... I vowed to give money to HEAL. It wouldn't bring Karley back , but it would be a tiny bit of scale-balancing, a way to throw off this ... I'll use my lunch money." I sent off a check today for forty bucks. That's a few lunches, maybe a couple of dinners. Half a hair ...
  • ... that feed on phytoplankton that occurs in estuaries. If they were not present, the water clarity would be significantly reduced, ... Why is the thinning of oyster shells such bad news ? Hill : Our research group at Bodega Marine Laboratory raises ...
  • ... a half feet — by 2100. As it turns out, that recent news might already be obsolete, and far too optimistic. In a presentation at ... Patrick Berry , some rights reserved   If the data from West Antarctica is as dire as NOAA's Davidson suggests, then ...
  • ... both African and Asian elephants . PAWS was in the news a decade ago when the sanctuary helped re-home some tigers rescued from ... Waystation's emphasis is on rehabilitation and re-release, if that's possible. That's not as easy with exotic animals , of which ...

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