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From:Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue (Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedNATALIE FORSDICK Kaki are considered to be the world's rarest wading bird, yet surprisingly, they are also one of the most easily accessible of our endangered birds--they can be seen by day in the river deltas at the...
From:Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue (Issue 21) Peer-ReviewedMuch of my time working in collaboration with Jon Lindqvist was spent watching for (and noting) traces and trace makers on a street corner in Musselburgh, South Dunedin. The suburban site endures the same issues as much...
From:Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue (Issue 19) Peer-ReviewedOf all identified species, 30-50 percent are defined as parasitic. (1) Parasite ubiquity, however, does not equate to widespread popularity or criticality. This extends even to animal rights mentalities, which, Giovanni...
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