Bass Rock, covered in guano, off the east coast of Scotland. (photo attribution: “Bass Rock covered with guano” by John Lord is licensed under CC BY 2.0)
Guano collection on Jutten Island, off the coast of South Africa. (photo attribution: “Bags of guano in rain. Jutten Island. Saldanha Bay.” by Mary Gillham Archive Project is licensed under CC BY 2.0)

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I like to write about human-wildlife relationships, mostly.

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I like to write about human-wildlife relationships, mostly.

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