Once again, into the fray...
I'll start with this; this story is critical.
Imagine yourself surviving a ship sinking in the mid-ocean. You find yourself alone, with few provisions, in a lifeboat made decades ago. The thing you clutch immediately, and tightly, is the flare gun.
The ability to send up a "call for help" is what gives you hope for survival.
This - "Deconstructing Eden" - is THAT flare gun for the marine mammals inhabiting Moss Landing and Elkhorn Slough, California.
I did not intend to take on this project right now. But, that's the way it goes. In animal conservation and with endangered species, the story chooses you - and it chooses WHEN.
The "when" is now. It must be. This story has many moving parts, many issues, but one constant: limited time to act.
So, it's time to act.
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