As many as 20 million birds and other animals die annually after ingesting lead left behind by hunters, sports shooters and anglers—and the problem is about to get worse In March, conservationists cried foul when… Read More
Mark Pokras, conservationist and professor emeritus, is known for his work on lead poisoning in wildlife A lecture series at the Summer Star Wildlife Sanctuary in Boylston, Massachusetts, has been named in honor of Mark… Read More
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The Shalin Liu Healing Cage doubles Cummings School’s capacity to treat birds and return them to the wild quickly. The flight cage is a “game changer” that will help the school’s Wildlife Clinic streamline the process of releasing birds it has cared for, says Flo Tseng, clinic director.