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May 30, 2017


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Not putting all our eggs in one basket. Esther Williams’ fireflies. Solar energy for conservatives. And climate change. Google “underground rivers.” The planning ruse. Show me the money. The bomb plant.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Folks, There was good news and bad news for nature (and humans) this week, and a few open-ended items. First, the open-ended. One of our board members emailed me two photographs of eggs washed up on the beach at Sullivan’s Island.  He wondered what bird they belonged to and where they came from.  Incisive analysis led me to conclude that they were pelican eggs (because they were three inches long and no other nesting seabird produces…

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