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When Birds Squawk, Other Species Seem to Listen

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - May 19, 2015 - Blog
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Studies in recent years by many researchers, including Dr. Greene, have shown that animals such as birds, mammals and even fish recognize the alarm signals of other species. Some can even eavesdrop on one another across classes. Red-breasted nuthatches listen to chickadees. Dozens of birds listen to tufted titmice, who act like the forest’s crossing guards. Squirrels and chipmunks eavesdrop on birds, sometimes adding their own thoughts. In Africa, vervet monkeys recognize predator alarm calls by superb starlings.

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Please Contact Senator Cory Gardner and Ask Him to Halt S. 365

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - May 13, 2015 - Blog
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Senator Orrin Hatch is trying negate buyouts and retirements of grazing privileges done at Grand Staircase Escalante NM. If this passes, it will make it virtually impossible to retire other grazing privileges around the West. Please write or call Senator Cory Gardner and ask him to oppose S. 365

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Endangered ferrets to be released at once-toxic Rocky Mountain refuge

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - May 12, 2015 - In the News, Newsroom
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Endangered black-footed ferrets soon will hunt prairie dogs at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge — a sign that land once deemed America’s most toxic now is considered truly clean.

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