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Saving species for the future requires imagination and inspiration. It also requires partnership and collaboration. Success means increasing the populations of the Louisiana pine snake and the shingleback skink. It means releasing Mississippi sandhill crane chicks hatched in an incubator onto the federal refuge in Mississippi. It means careful stewardship of the endangered Fiji banded iguana and any number of other endangered species. Successes are always cause for celebration at Audubon Nature Institute, because this is what we love to do.