Wildlife

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Flutter by and Be Counted!

At the Fourth of July Butterfly Count, devotees census swallowtails, wood-nymphs and all their colorful kin

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Review of 'Chimpanzee Travels'

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On the Trail of the Stealth Birds of Our Wetlands

With its cunning camouflage and some mighty morphing, a bittern can be one tough bird to find —and a tough customer to boot

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The Cattle Ranch That Doubles As a School for Doers

Punching cows and hitting the books go together at Deep Springs, a feisty college that acts like it's run by the students — and it is

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Human Moms Teach Chimps It's All in the Family

A nursery school at the Yerkes Primate Center gives lessons to the offspring of lab chimps on how to live like their wild-born relatives

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The Biggest Fish That Ever Was

Gentle whale sharks roam the world's warm seas but were rarely seen until an Australian gathering place was found

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What's Good For the Goose May Not be Good For You

Honk if you've had it up to here with geese on the golf course, in your yard, all over parks and beaches. You are not the only one

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