Vol.17 No.3
pages 50-72

U.S. Endangered Species Management: the Influence of Politics

  • by John R. Stinchcombe
Report from the Field
Assessing the Conservation Value of Shade-Grown Coffee: a Biological Perspective using Neotropical Birds
  • by Thomas V. Dietsch

Can Shade-Grown Coffee Help Tropical Biodiversity?

  • by Kent D. Messer, Matthew J. Kotchen, and Michael R. Moore
Book Review
Animal Underworld: Inside America's Black Market for Rare and Exotic Species
  • by Joel T. Heinen

Marine Matters
Sustainable Salmon: Marine Stewardship Council's Eco-labeling Program

  • by Jim Humphreys and Karen Tarcia

Special Series: Habitat Conservation Planning
Where Property Rights and Biodiversity Converge
Part I: Conservation Planning at the Regional Scale

  • by Gregory A. Thomas

News from Zoos



Western tanager (Piranga ludoviciana)


Yellow warbler (Dendroica petechia)
found in shade coffee plantations.

Photos courtesy of Seattle Audubon Society and Jim Flynn, Jr. respectively.