Conserving the Nature of America
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Eyeless and Other-worldly
Justin Crow has a hand in conserving rare Texas species

August 10, 2017

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Justin Crow. Credit: USFWS.

Justin Crow. Credit: Credit: USFWS.

“There are very few people who get the opportunity to work with endangered species,” said Fish Biologist Justin Crow. “It is amazing to not only to work with rare wildlife but to also have a positive impact on their recovery.”

Read more about Crow’s work at the San Marcos Aquatic Resources Center in Texas. 

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