New world order

Groc, Isabelle
March 2010
High Country News;3/1/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p8
The article discusses issues related to the interactions between the endangered bald eagles and other birds like seabirds, gulls and murres, which could create an imbalance between these endangered species in the U.S. According to researchers, seabirds and murres have become preys for eagles and could not breed in large colonies with the predator. Steve Mashuda of environmental law firm Earthjustice said that the relationship between predator and prey are just complicated by human activities. Roy Lowe of the Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex revealed that wildlife managers will work on the protection of seabirds through educating and monitoring human activities.


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