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August 09, 2007



Thanks very much, Dave. I am glad you found this piece offered a stimulating and fresh perspective. I tend to blog deeply on conservation and historical topics as inspiration dictates. Hope you enjoy the feed. Tim


Fascinating post. You add layers of nuance not found in the typical glossy nature magazine feature. Thanks.

(Here via Oekologie, but I see I shall have to subscribe so I won't miss stuff like this in the future.)

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