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by Sarah Tory • The unsettling disappearance of a fisheries observer sparks questions about safety on the high seas and the fate of the fish stocks observers attempt to monitor. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Brian Payton • Fish traps have a long history around the world, and a vast network in a Vancouver Island estuary reveals generations of ecological wisdom. The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Matthew Halliday • As aquariums end captive-whale programs, advocates seek to build ocean-based retirement homes for the animals—but finding the right host community is a feat. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
This is a special episode of the Hakai Magazine Audio Edition. Researchers Louise Blight and Ed Kroc discuss the lives of gulls in urban environments along with managing editor Adrienne Mason. The conversation was recorded during the webinar called ‘Birdopolis: Coastal Birds at Home in the City’ on June 29, 2021.…
 
by Joseph Quaderer • The saltmarsh sparrow survives the rattle and roar of one of North America’s most populated areas, but its greatest challenge comes from the sea. This article is part of Birdopolis, a three-part series that explores the lives of birds that are, by accident or design, spending more time in urban environments. The other stories a…
 
by Joe Spring • The white tern—Manu-o-Kū—has excited ornithologists, its population growing within the busiest of Hawai‘i’s urban landscapes. This article is part of Birdopolis, a three-part series that explores the lives of birds that are, by accident or design, spending more time in urban environments. The other stories are “The Gull Next Door” a…
 
by Sarah Keartes • Your obnoxious neighbor or just a misunderstood, displaced seabird? This article is part of Birdopolis, a three-part series that explores the lives of birds that are, by accident or design, spending more time in urban environments. The other stories are “Honolulu: A Seabird’s Surprising Five Star Destination” and “The City, the S…
 
by Karen Pinchin • Armed with traditional knowledge and modern science, a small team hunts for the sweet spot that could save oysters from a parasite that has decimated populations in Cape Breton and beyond. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Peter Andrey Smith • Invasive species are sneaking around the world, nestled in the seaweed used to ship bait worms. An easy solution exists, but the industry is resisting change. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Egill Bjarnason • The location of this small island nation, along with its people and economy, played an unexpected and crucial role in the outcome of the Second World War. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by ‘Cúagilákv (Jess Housty) • The salmonberry plant has nourished and healed Indigenous communities of the Pacific Northwest coast for countless generations, but its significance goes far beyond its value as food. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Ben Goldfarb • Around the world, fishers are embracing tiny quarry. Is microfishing a celebration of biodiversity or a sign of collapse? The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Boyce Upholt • Can casting away from established society to inhabit sea-based colonies save us from the problems of modern life—or are we bound to repeat our mistakes? The original story, along with illustrations by Chad Lewis, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Richard J. King • Famous for his art and writing about birds—and infamous more recently for his racist views—John James Audubon traversed the ocean a dozen times, providing a snapshot into the state of the ocean two centuries ago. The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.…
 
by Christina Couch • With support from their advocates, fishermen are starting to confront the toll that dangerous working conditions, economic and environmental uncertainty, and ever-changing regulations take on their minds and bodies. The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.…
 
by Virginia Morrell • Indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest bred little, white fluffy dogs that provided for them, both materially and spiritually. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Clare Watson • Along the Australian coast, tens of thousands of years-worth of Indigenous history lie a short dive below the sea’s surface. The hard part is finding it. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Sarah Gilman • In Alaska, one of the longest running and most comprehensive seabird monitoring projects is equal parts tedium, adventure, truth, and beauty. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by Brian Payton • On Vancouver Island, a hermit-priest has spent a lifetime contemplating the natural world. At 95, he has come to believe there is a way we can save it. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
by J.B. MacKinnon • Once feared, vilified, and exterminated, the wolves of Vancouver Island face an entirely different threat: our fascination, our presence, and our selfies. The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Hakai Magazine による
 
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