Issue 36, 6 March 2015


Ecologist and science journalist CHERYL LYN DYBAS, a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers, also writes for National Geographic, Natural History, National Wildlife, Scientific American, Oceanography, The Washington Post, and many other publications. She is a featured speaker on conservation biology and science journalism at universities, museums and other institutions. Eye-to-eye with the wild is her favorite place to be. In RUNNING THE GAUNTLET, Cheryl investigates the impact that hunting by local villagers has on wildebeest as they migrate through Tanzania’s Serengeti.

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