A 180-million-year-old Friend It was sheer proximity that charmed me. His claws were as thin as embroidery floss unraveled, and he had a wisp of grass on his head, which gave him an agreeably foolish ...
"I'm enthralled by creatures with wingspans so wide that they seem to wobble when they beat."
Posted April 19, 1979
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Small and wild animal friends
The effect of DDT on the Coronados Islands pelicans
Jehl complains that this is where the environmental movement has gone wrong. “We get so terribly concerned with little dickey birds and snail darters and we lose sight of the big picture.”