By TALLI NAUMAN
Upcoming Oklahoma Conference an Opportunity to Reflect Native Presence
By TALLI NAUMAN
Power company Pacificorp has gone to court to prevent the Interior Department from disclosing how many birds are found dead at its wind-energy turbine sites. AP reporter Dina Cappiello has been writing an investigative series on the birds, including eagles, killed at wind farms in the U.S. The series found that federal regulators have not prosecuted or penalized wind-energy companies when their turbines kill birds and — the government has helped keep the scope of bird mortality secret.
By LISA PALMER
An environmental group is suing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for denying a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for information on the impacts of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on whooping cranes, piping plovers and other endangered species. Photo: Piping plover/USFWS.
"Tigers Forever: Saving the World’s Most Endangered Big Cat"
By Steve Winter, with Sharon Guynup
National Geographic, $40
Reviewer: TOM HENRY
If you don’t hate wildlife poachers by the end of this book, you never will.
Yes, photographer Steve Winter captures the sheer awe, beauty and power of one of Earth’s most majestic creatures in “Tigers Forever: Saving the World’s Most Endangered Big Cat.” That’s an understatement.
By JENNIFER OLADIPO
Gold Rush in the Jungle: The Race to Discover and Defend the Rarest Animals of Vietnam’s “Lost World”
By Dan Drollette, Jr.
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS
Continental Divide: Wildlife, People, and the Border Wall
By Krista Schlyer
Texas A & M University Press, $30
Reviewed by TOM HENRY
The Ocean of Life: The Fate of Man and the Sea
By Callum Roberts
Viking Adult, $30
Reviewed by CHRISTINE HEINRICHS
Whether you read only a single book or are actively engaged in reporting on marine issues, Callum Roberts has organized the material for you in The Ocean of Life: The Fate of Man and the Sea.