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August 2005
May 2005 cover
On the Cover: Original artwork by Colette Nickola

Editorial: R-E-S-P-E-C-T
By Catherine Clyne

Urban Critters
Listening for the Hopes of Snakes: A Celebration of Urban Wildlife
The Satya Interview with Lisa Couturier

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge: An Urban Respite from the Concrete Jungle
By Sangamithra Iyer

Unnatural Predators: Helping NYC’s Urban Wildlife
By Johanna Clearfield

Creating an Urban Wildlife Sanctuary
By Margaret Baird

Urban Wildlife Rescue 101
By Kymberlie Adams Matthews

Did You Know?
By Maureen Wyse

Stop the Stomping! A Guide to Humane Pest Control
By Kymberlie Adams Matthews

We Are All a Little Like Rats
Book Review by Maureen C. Wyse

Invaders or Victims?
By Monica Engebretson

The Parrot Posse of San Francisco
Film Review By Tracy Basile

Companions for Life
The Satya Interview with Andrea Brooks

Wanted: Outgoing Vegetarian to Share Uptown Loft
By Mark Hawthorne

And Something for the Human City Critters…
Hitting the Streets
The Satya Interview with Eddie Lama

Feeding Urban Critters: Vegan Eats on the Streets
The Satya Interview with Thiru Kumar

Making Poverty History: African Animation and Reality
By Mia MacDonald

The Art of Listening: A Tool for Effective Activism
By Bruce Friedrich

What’s Really Cooking at Campbell’s?
By Steve Hindi and Pat Vinet

Too Hot to Handle
Recipes by Joshua Ploeg

I Don’t Know, Where Do You Want to Go? A Review of NYC’s Atlas Cafe
By Maureen C. Wyse

Vegetarian Advocate: The Troubles of a Fly
By Jack Rosenberger

Bizarro by Dan Pirarro


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