Live Encounters Magazine May 2018

It is an exciting time to watch conservation science evolve, and for the complexity of wild wisdom to be acknowledged and respected. The science shouldn’t really be a surprise to anyone who has watched wildlife interacting. We all see the breath-taking array of learned behaviours, interactions, and wondrous communication. We’ve just had to wait for science to catch up to our unscientific observations. That day has arrived. Science is following our path. – Dr Margi Prideaux

Live Encounters Magazine May 2018

Dr Margi Prideaux – Wild Wisdom
Mark Ulyseas – How much is Enough?
Kathie Stove – Have we won yet?
Dr Howard Richards – An Ethical Path to Social Change
Dr Emma Larking – Invitation to Contribute to a New Anthology of Writing…
Emma Barone – Birds of a Feather
Dr Greta Sykes – Powerful women in 12th century ‘Early Renaissance’ Sicily
Donna Mulvenna – Leatherback
Andrea Lamberti – The Sea
Mikyoung Cha – Happy Children’s Day
Ozlem Warren – Mantarli Gul Manti

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