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Articles from National Wildlife (February 1, 2001)

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Catching Bandits In the Smokies - Botanists are teaming up with law enforcement officers to crack down on the booming illegal trade in wild herbs. Nickens, T. Edward 1913
Caught In the Act - To capture bald eagles on film, a husband-and-wife team has spent years perfecting the art of anticipation. Brief Article 431
Companies Find It Pays to Be Green. Miller, Annetta; Laurenti, Susanna Brief Article 640
Conservation from the Grass Roots. Brief Article 549
GLOW DOWN BELOW - High-energy lighting reveals a vibrant but little- understood underwater phenomenon. Senser, Kelly Brief Article 586
Going Head-to-Head With Killer Bees. Tennesen, Michael 1136
Intriguing Birds and Unfamiliar Faces. Brief Article 277
Keep the Wild Alive - Report Outlines Action To Aid North America's Wild Cats. Brief Article 275
Lead Shot Ban Saves Waterfowl. Brief Article 224
Letters. 738
NWF Convinces Congress To Fund Wetland Purchase. Brief Article 266
Plan for Restoration Of Grizzly Hailed As New Wildlife Era. Brief Article 249
PREMATURE EJECTION. Brief Article 204
Putting the Pieces Back Together: Congress Approves Plan To Restore Everglades. Brief Article 328
Sioux Reservation Site of Latest Ferret Release. Brief Article 230
Sweet Dreams. Brief Article 175
The Buzz On Cicadas. Brief Article 180
The Good, the Bad and the Wapiti - While elk are returning to their former haunts in the East, they are the focus of concern and controversy in the West. Turbak, Gary 2004
VITAL STATISTICS. Brief Article 132
Voters Register Mixed Feelings On Environment. Brief Article 273
Why Birders Love the Blues - It's no coincidence that the indigo bunting has been the focus of a number of landmark bird behavior studies. Line, Les 1532
Why Tiny Particles Pose Big Problems. Jaret, Peter 1526
Wild Tales About America's Top Dog. Barry, Cynthia Brief Article 746

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