On Passenger Pigeons, the MBTA, and Environmental Progress

Yesterday was the 100 year anniversary of the death of the world’s last passenger pigeon, Martha. Over at Paths Through the Forests, I posted about this sad anniversary–and some of the laws and social changes that have come about since then. Unlike some, I’ve chosen to take a more optimistic view of the situation; feel free to read on.

And both I and my co-blogger, Rua Lupa, have been making some good posts over at Paths Through the Forests; if you haven’t taken a look in a while, now’s a great time to get caught up!

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