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Wildlife biologist Stephen Destefano and photographer Amy Stein discuss the increasingly blurred borderline between human development and wildlife at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Saturday afternoon. Both Destefano's new book, "Coyote at the Kitchen Door", and Stein's new exhibit at the museum, "Domesticated: Modern Dioramas of our New Natural History", address this theme.
Wildlife biologist Stephen Destefano and photographer Amy Stein discuss the increasingly blurred borderline between human development and wildlife at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Saturday afternoon. Both Destefano's new book, "Coyote at the Kitchen Door", and Stein's new exhibit at the museum, "Domesticated: Modern Dioramas of our New Natural History", address this theme.

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