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NMAI Profile: Ponka-We Victors
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Thing About Skins
7 Tribal Programs That Protect Our Winged and Four-Legged Brothers
The news is full of sad stories about dying animals, species of all kinds being wiped out, and the random shooting of animals, among other depressing events...
Yurok Tribe Educates on Benefits of Copper Bullets Over Lead for Hunting
California condors are slowly returning, but a major obstacle to the survival of that and other carrion eaters is the continued prevalence of lead bullets used for hunting...
Condor Survival Threatened by Lead From Bullets in Carcasses
California banned the use of lead bullets to kill game in 2008, but apparently not all hunters have switched to copper...
Endangered California Condor Chick Hatches, Seeks Chumash Language Name
How's this for a rare bird: There are a few hundred California condors alive today, and that's an improvement . Over the weekend, the California condor population went up by one...
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