Migrating Duck Populations Declining, Gypsy Moth Infestation Controlled by Biological Insecticide, and More

Annual migrating duck populations are declining, U.S. grain production is down, a gypsy moth infestation is controlled by a biological insecticide, anthropologists find significant increases in human bone lead content, high ozone levels are reducing crop production, and a fungus attacking flowering dogwoods is spreading. Originally published as "Duck Decline" in the May/June 1989 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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