Joel Southern

Washington Bureau Chief, Alaskan Public Radio Network

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Joel Southern on KCRW

In 1973, the number of   Bald Eagles   was dwindling, and the national bird became a powerful symbol that helped lead to the   Endangered Species Act  .

Polar Bears, the Endangered Species List and Global Warming

In 1973, the number of Bald Eagles was dwindling, and the national bird became a powerful symbol that helped lead to the Endangered Species Act .

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The  Endangered Species Act  passed in 1973, based partly on a powerful symbol: the dwindling number of Bald Eagles.

The Politics and the Science behind the Endangered Species List

The Endangered Species Act passed in 1973, based partly on a powerful symbol: the dwindling number of Bald Eagles.

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