Two articles published in 2010

For years one of my goals was to have an article published in Conservation Biology, an international biological journal. It only seemed right that conservation biologists, who focus on the loss of species, should know about and try to decrease the cause of loss of biological diversity. Yet this prestigious journal seemed to ignore the issue of growing human population.

Thanks to a friend, David Johns, I was able to reach this goal. The editorial for the December, 2010 issue is titled “Birds and Bees for Biologists.” Although I cannot publish this on my website for a year, I can (and will be happy to) send you an email copy. Just let me know.

The other article was published in Friends Journal, the Quaker magazine that has the largest circulation in North America. It appeared in September, and I will be happy to send you a copy, too.

As I discovered years ago, the writing is not only satisfying but may be a way of reaching out to people. Thank you for reading!

By Richard

I am a retired obstetrician-gynecologist who has been fortunate to live and work in the wonderful community of Durango, Colorado for 40 years.

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