Environmental Almanac - November 19, 2015

Celebrating the return of wild turkeys in Illinois

Worldwide, biodiversity loss continues to be one of the worst effects of human activity. But people also capable of restoring habitat and bringing native species back to places where they had been extirpated--witness the story of wild turkeys in Illinois.


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