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Articles from National Wildlife (October 1, 2001)

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A LITTLE OSPREY-TALITY GOES A LONG WAY - From Florida's Sanibel Island to Oregon's Willamette Valley, people are putting out the welcome mat for ospreys and the birds are flourishing. Stewart, Doug 1923
Activist Sparks Community Habitat Project. Brief Article 285
Adopt-a-Lek Project Aids Sage Grouse. Brief Article 127
Alaska First State To Regulate Cruise Ship Pollution. Brief Article 116
American Heritage - Tracking North America's Largest Snake. Stap, Don 1173
Americans Want Smart Growth. Brief Article 116
CATCH-AND-RELEASE. Brief Article 126
Grass-roots Effort Ends in Victory For Texas Water. Brief Article 113
GROWING PAINS - As their numbers multiply in some states, black bears are creating unusual problems in some unlikely places. Line, Les 2821
Letters. Letter to the Editor 653
Maine Ads Urge Forest Certification. Brief Article 134
MAKING SCENTS OF SMELLS - By studying which smells wild creatures find irresistible or repugnant, scientists hope to help people live harmoniously with them. Cheater, Mark 1387
Mysteries of the Twilight Zone - Once dismissed as a biological wasteland, the deep sea teems with surprising life forms, most of them unknown to science. Tangley, Laura 1581
Mysterious Wetlands Where Wildlife Thrives. Cubie, Doreen Brief Article 730
New England States Get Poor Grades On Mercury Pollution. Brief Article 115
NWF Assails Decision To Shelve Grizzly Recovery. Brief Article 204
NWF Targets Habitat-Destroying Sprawl. Brief Article 243
NWF View - Conservation Partnerships On Working Landscapes. Brief Article 573
Oregonians Restore Rare Butterfly Habitat. Brief Article 152
Planting the Seeds of Conservation - It makes farmers happy and creates habitat for wild creatures. What's not to like about the Farm Bill? Turbak, Gary 2928
Prairie Dog Crusade Prompts Change for Nation's Grasslands. Brief Article 293
Report Card On Colleges. Brief Article 124
Return of a Native - Displaced over much of its range by hatchery-bred fish, the brook trout is now coming back to some eastern waterways. Nickens, T. Edward 1783
SHE SINGS SINGULAR SONGS. Brief Article 114
Staten Island School Adopts Nearby Pond. Brief Article 127
Steering Birds Clear of Windows. Ridgley, Heidi 1207
Watching Birds--in the Field and on the Web. Tangley, Laura Brief Article 703
WAVING A RED FLAG? Brief Article 109
Wildlife Successes And Heroic Efforts. Brief Article 298

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