Book Review – Wild Souls: Freedom and Flourishing in the Non-Human World by Emma Marris

Review by Bryan Windmiller, Director of Field Conservation A tiny bluish-silver fish, the Devil’s Hole pupfish (Cyprinodon diabolis), is a poster-child for species in deep existential trouble. The world’s entire population of “pure” (we’ll get to that) Devil’s Hole pupfish … Continued

Mast Years

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Have you ever heard of a “mast year”? Maybe you haven’t heard the word, but you’ve probably noticed one in the past when it happened. Every few years, nut-bearing trees like oaks and beeches produce a huge bumper crop of … Continued