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Tag Archives: The Observer
Summer may be over, but its sea turtles live on. At least loggerhead turtles on North Carolina’s Ocracoke Island do. Loggerheads are a threatened species in the southeastern United States, but the National Park Service reported a record number … Continue reading
Films at this year’s American Conservation Film Festival tell stories, but also expose common myths. See my feature in The Observer about how three modern myths fuel our current environmental angst.