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  Sierra Magazine
  March/April 2005
Table of Contents
 
  FEATURES:
Where the Wild Things Are
Do You Know Nature?
Thirty-Hour Valley
Lessons in Granite
Prairie Islands
 
  DEPARTMENTS:
Letters
Let's Talk
Ways & Means
One Small Step
Interview: Wangari Maathai
Lay of the Land
Profile
Food for Thought
Hey Mr. Green
The Hidden Life
The Sierra Club Bulletin
Sierra Club Outings
 
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March/April 2005
Close encounters: Black bear with salmon in Alaksa
Photo by Michio Hoshino/Minden Pictures

features

Where the Wild Things Are
Sierra Club trip leaders' expert advice, from birdwatching to bear spotting.

Do You Know Nature?
Test your zoological IQ and win a wilderness adventure.

Thirty-Hour Valley
Selling out wild New Mexico and the Boy Scouts for a day and a half of natural gas.

Lessons in Granite
Yosemite's school of hard knocks.

Prairie Islands
In Iowa's Loess Hills, it's all a matter of altitude.

departments

Letters

Let's Talk
Political persuasion,
Kansas conundrum

Ways & Means
Values voters

One Small Step
Beachy clean

Interview
2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maathai

Lay of the Land
Geology vs. theology
W. Watch (sigh)
Catch and dispatch
The wrong way to recycle

Profile
Soweto's mountaineer of hope

Food for Thought
Forgotten fare

Hey Mr. Green
He opines, you decide

The Hidden Life
... of house paint

The Sierra Club Bulletin
Blizzard pro
A child shall lead them

Sierra Club Outings
New winter/spring international trips for 2006