Everything that happens does not always neatly fall into a category. Without city lights the stars are bright and beautiful. However, sometimes that is not all that appears in the evening sky:
Of course we also have those stories with a happy ending:
In 1989, according to the Center for Biological Diversity:
RHODE ISLAND. The sandplain gerardia historically occurred in six populations in Rhode Island, but by 1988 was reduced to just a single population of 56 plants in a historic cemetery . The population fluctuated considerably, but without discernable trend between 1988 and 2005 . A second population of 33 plants was established in 2003 and grew to 241 plants in 2005.