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opportunities, issues, thoughts, and general postings concerning wildlife
We now have 3300+ members on the list (Including wildlife professionals
from all over the world) after it's third month of publication, and the
information on the digest has been very informative and helpful to all
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Here is a sample list of topics from the lastest issue of WED:
1. Gill regeneration in aquatic salamanders
2. Cattle Grazing vs. Montane Trout Streams
3. Great Blue Heron Behavior
4. Crocs: Australian Trade Success
5. Falcon heart disease
6. Position Available (Bat Conservation International)
7. Blue Racer
8. Swimming Deer?
9. Caribou's southern range
10. Brown Tree Snake?
11. Private Land Developments
12. Thunder MT fire/education
13. The role frogs had in airline emergency
14. Italian drift netting, sea turtles and greenpeace
15. Bear Myths and Neanderthals
16. Thieves use poisonous snakes to rob people in Nicaragua
17. Webcast virtual birth of rhino
18. Plastic encased bugs good for species?
19. Insect Splats!
20. Teaming With Wildlife: An unprecedented coalition
22. Query: Endangered dolphins
23. Northern Indian Ocean Sea Turtle Workshop
24. Conference on Regional Habitat & Species Conservation Planning
25. Announcement of Sustainable Ecosystems Institute Web Site
26. Re: Scientific collecting
27. Re: Fly eating birds
28. Corpus Christi, TX Hawkwatch
29. Philippine deer
30. Research assistants to study crows
31. Re: Collecting scientific specimens in the wild
32. Job Search
33. Re: Time between copulation and egg laying
34. New Book: Hawaiian Damselflies
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