Don’t Fence Me In: Linked Landscapes, Citizen Science and Wild Nature

JUSTIN BRASHARES and MARY ELLEN HANNIBAL


As lion populations crash in Africa, baboon numbers explode. Associate Professor of Ecology and Conservation Justin Brashares illuminates how to stem the cascading harms of nature out of balance. Visionary author Mary Ellen Hannibal recounts inspiring stories of citizen scientists restoring health to “the spine of the continent” from Alaska to Mexico by connecting nature back to itself. (05-14)



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Music Credits

Series theme music: "Soiridh Leis" from the CD Journey Between by Baka Beyond. Used with permission from Hannibal Records, a Rykodisc label; www.rykodisc.com

 

“Mbira Kosamdela” by Shaman’s Dream from the album AFRICAN DREAM; Sounds True M1014D; 2006; Contact: Contact: Sounds True, www.soundstrue.com.

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Don’t Fence Me In: Linked Landscapes, Citizen Science and Wild Nature

JUSTIN BRASHARES and MARY ELLEN HANNIBAL

Posted by Bioneers on Aug 8 2014 in category Radio Series XIV



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