Cayuga Conservationism and the Beavers of England

By NATE CODERRE 

At this point in the semester, Cornellians have seen quite a few deer—grazing in their backyards, scampering across the Arts quad, wandering around the plantations. Cornell boasts an incredible amount of wildlife, in no small part due to the work of activists who look after local animal populations. Ithaca is so blessed with picturesque natural areas, that one can almost forget the history of our society’s failure to responsibly preserve natural beauty and care for its wildlife. Continue reading “Cayuga Conservationism and the Beavers of England”