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J. David Henry


J. David Henry is a Conservation Ecologist for Parks Canada in the Yukon and the author of several books, including Red Fox: The Catlike Canine (Smithsonian). “Fire Strategy,” an excerpt from “The Benefits of Being Burned” in Canada’s Boreal Forest (Smithsonian Institution Press), appears in Geist 54.

From "The Benefits of Being Burned," a chapter in Canada's Boreal Forest, by J. David Henry (Smithsonian Natural History Series). Read more

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