Indians to harness their animal instincts
"Thirty years ago, we had no gulls nesting [in the city] and some along the lakefront all summer long, but not in huge numbers. There seems to have been an adaptive shift. Some are nesting in the city, some on slag piles, some on the banks of the Cuyahoga River. Now, we have literally thousands and thousands of breeding pairs of gulls, so the population has been growing rapidly."
-- Harvey Webster, director of the wildlife resource center at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, explaining ...
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