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In a recent expedition to Baja California in Mexico, I spent time at an islet near La Paz. It has a colony of California sea lions. The ..read more

South Carolina’s low country—a 2,000-square-kilometer swath of coastal marsh and swampland—is gator country and has been for ..read more

In Australia, 200,000 honeybees have just been conscripted into the border patrol. Cargo containers crisscross the planet, inadvertently ..read more
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André Ollivro has spent years stomping around the beaches of Brittany, France, putting on a show for the cameras. Sometimes he wears a ..read more

Before the fur trade wiped out the majority of California’s sea otters, thousands inhabited the west coast’s largest estuary—San ..read more
For more than a decade, researchers on a remote stretch of Alaska’s coastline have watched brown bears scavenge sea otters. But as Dan ..read more

In Somali waters, illegal fishing is a pervasive problem. It triggers clashes between foreign and domestic fishers, and destabilizes ..read more

Africa’s coastal waters have long been attractive to industrial fishing fleets from around the world. But as valuable fish stocks ..read more
More than 20 years ago, the population of chinook salmon near British Columbia’s Vancouver Island plummeted. The decline hit salmon- ..read more
Back in the mid-1970s, before Jane Lubchenco was a highly cited ecologist, she was climbing around the rocks of New England’s seashore, ..read more

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