A vote for conservation...

To: Clive Nealon <>, "" <>
Subject: A vote for conservation...
From: Sonja Ross <>
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2014 13:22:44 +1100
Thanks for sharing this.  My husband and I were on winter tour there in early 
February and saw some of these benefits for ourselves.   Moose are slowly 
returning too as they forage along the rivers where willows are regrowing.  
Busy as a beaver is certainly apt - they really struggle as they pull branches 
along the tunnels they create in the snow.  I don't know if Dippers have 
benefited but they were certainly busy in many of the streams which must have 
had icy cold water even though they were still flowing, and amazing to watch.  

I'm sure there are lessons that should be used as well - no man (part of 
nature) is an island, entire of itself!


On 04/04/2014, at 11:19 AM, Clive Nealon <> wrote:

> A really interesting short clip on the benefits of wolves in Yellowstone N
> P.
> Perhaps a lesson that would translate to other areas...
> Clive.
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