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Areas with the most predator activity have far fewer ticks and far fewer ticks infected with Lyme Disease.¬†Another reason to root for predators! Mice are highly efficient transmitters of Lyme. They infect up to 95 percent of ticks that feed … Continue reading

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In a “rewilding” movement cheered by some but decried by others, wolves have recolonized portions of their former range in the United States. Red wolf (Canis rufus)reintroduction was among the first instances of a species, considered extinct in the wild, … Continue reading

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For too long, current adults have monopolized the legacy of nature over which we adults are only temporary caretakers. ~Dr. Adrian Treves Wildlife and other natural resources are a public trust which means that every citizen has an interest and … Continue reading

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