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Number 5
September 7-20, 1998  


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Peregrine population flies higher, thanks to SCPBRG
[Photo of adult peregrine falcon] Due to a dramatic increase in the number of peregrine falcons in California, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed last month to remove the bird from the endangered species list. For Brian Walton and his coworkers in the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group (SCPBRG) at UCSC, this move represents the realization of a dream they have steadfastly pursued for almost 25 years. (More photos)

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UCSC study examines how peers influence students of Mexican descent

UCSC grad teaching at Santa Cruz High pens second paper for scientific journal

CATS account users targeted by 'junk' e-mail

Celebrated artists fill 1998-99 season at Arts & Lectures

Fall Plant Sale takes root September 18 and 19

UCSC team advises educators in Ecuador

Coolidge road improvement project nears completion

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