Kieran Suckling

Policy Director, Center for Biological Diversity

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Kieran Suckling 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 .

from Which Way, L.A.?

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.

from To the Point

In 1967, there were just 417 breeding pairs of Bald Eagles in America, despite that bird's iconic status.

Bald Eagle Recovers from Edge of Extinction

In 1967, there were just 417 breeding pairs of Bald Eagles in America, despite that bird's iconic status.

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