This is not a rallying cry. There is clear evidence that past generations have pulled wild species back from the edge of extinction.
A swift fox, pictured in Saskatchewan. Wildlife recovery is powerful evidence of hope. It should inspire us. But we need more of these stories, and we need to build on their success. Wildlife recovery represents the best in people. It counters the notion that we are destroyers of nature and shows we can be stewards who make the natural world richer for ourselves and those who will follow, writes Dan Kraus. Photograph courtesy of Flickr