Comeback stories are a great way to start your Monday!
- Yum, cicada ice cream! Could bugs be a tasty new food source? (Treehugger)
- Texas drought sparks more than just thirst in the battle over water use on the Colorado River. (Green)
- The Arabian oryx gets an upgrade and makes history in the process. (Extinction Countdown)
- The Hawaiian moorhen, coot and stilt are making comebacks, too. (Conservation Journal Watch)
- Here’s a great question: if marine protected areas can help our oceans recover, why are there so few of them? (YaleE360)
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