At 67, Laysan albatross Wisdom, the world’s oldest known breeding bird in the wild, is a mother once more! On February 6, approximately two months after Wisdom began incubating her egg, Wisdom and her mate, Akeakamai, welcomed their newest chick to Midway Atoll.
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The Fish and Wildlife Service joined the National Capital Area Council Boy Scouts of America last week as the Scouts kicked off their Milkweed for Monarchs program. Scouts will plant milkweed and submit photos of their projects to a photo contest, where winners will be named Top Monarchs. Participants also get a Milkweed for Monarchs program patch.
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