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Revive & Restore
Obit theory — books on the genre?
The ghost of christmas future
The scariest one of them all.
Blake’s Paper (in your dropbox, also a copy in your email)
Interview with Nat Geo Photographer on Conversations
Museum of Endangered Sounds
General template for how to write them
Closest relationships who will miss them
Institutions (ecosystmes) they were a part of
Throwback Thursday to classic extinctions
Reviews or recent books on Passenger Pigeon,etc
Humbolt. Linnaeus. Audobon.
Links to major conservation movements
Writer / researcher profiles
Art of writing an obituary