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Birds in the Air: Talking Conservation and Christianity With the Next Generation

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This fall, Baylor University, a private Christian university in Waco, Texas, held its annual symposium on faith and culture. This year’s theme “Stewardship of Creation” examined the intersection of core Christian and environmentalism values. During the three-day event, more than 350 Christian leaders, officials from Waco City Council, and nonprofit leaders led sessions on agricultural […]

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Birding Like It’s 1899: Inside a Blockbuster American West Video Game

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The first time I see ravens, I flush them out of an alpine meadow carpeted with wildflowers. I pause to watch the flock fly off towards the distant, snow-capped peaks, trailed by their echoing croaks, when a man riding by on horseback bumps into me. Irritated, I shoot the man dead, and take his hat. So […]

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Reimagining the Tricolored Heron

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John James Audubon&#39s portrayal of the Tricolored Heron enchanted illustrator Llew Mejia. Tropical foliage advised him of Florida&#39s Everglades as well as creatures prowling beyond human achieve. &quotIt appears like there&#39s something super mysterious there,&quot states Mejia, who’s located in New You are able to City. In the rendering from the southeastern seaside bird, Mejia […]

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A Mysterious Illegal Egg Trade Imperils Kenya’s Owls

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.dropcap Inside a muddy maize field encircled by lightly moving hillsides in central Kenya, Martin lowers his field glasses and suggests a place around the rock face before us. Where formerly I’d seen only mineral and shadow, all of a sudden I write out an espresso-colored shape along with a tell-tale streak of white-colored waste […]

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