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. Fellow Willie Buford’s goal is to empower his community to all be responsible, productive and contributing citizens. Hear more from Willie and his peers about what has inspired them as educators.
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National Geographic Sep 13
📷: Mongolia Photo Camp student Amgaa, who explored her city of Ulaanbaatar with photographers. For one week, students learned to use cameras to tell stories of rural to urban migration, cultural heritage and transitioning from a nomadic lifestyle to life within a city.
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National Geographic Sep 13
Texas hounds trained to run free in packs are revolutionizing anti-poaching efforts in Kruger National Park. South Africa is home to about 80% of the world’s last remaining rhinos. 📷: Sean Viljoen
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National Geographic Sep 12
Our 2019 class of the Early Career Leadership Program just kicked off their year-long program! Check out the highlights from orientation.
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National Geographic Sep 12
“If lions can live in the community and the community can live with the lions, that’s a win-win situation,” says Explorer Shivani Bhalla, founder of . Read more about her work understanding why lion prides look different in Northern Kenya:
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Nat Geo Education Sep 12
Thrilled to see founder and Nat Geo Education Fellow receive a for her work inspiring African Americans to reconnect with nature and championing diversity in conservation leadership. Congrats, Rue!
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Darwin Foundation Sep 12
In August our scientist as a part of National Geographic's 2019 Early Career Leadership Programme, presented her teams deep-water discoveries made in the . The event gathered 19 participants from 10 countries.
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National Geographic Sep 12
Fingers crossed for you, Kakani! 🤞
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National Geographic Sep 11
On September 11, 2001, Nat Geo staff members Ann Judge and Joe Ferguson were en route to California to conduct fieldwork with three D.C. teachers and three sixth grade students. “They were both larger than life,” remembers colleague Kim Hulse.
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Joel Sartore Sep 10
Vanishing, the latest book featuring images from the Photo Ark, is officially here! Click the link to order your special signed copy today. 100% of profits directly support the continued efforts of the Photo Ark. Thank you!
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National Geographic Sep 10
in 1965, National Geographic aired its first television feature with Americans on Everest, covering stories of the first American ascent of the mountain in 1963. The 54 minute documentary was filmed by Norman G. Dyhrenfurth with narration by Orson Welles. 📷: Barry Bishop
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National Geographic Sep 9
You have until 9/22 to enter to win a 12 day Expeditions Patagonia trip! Travel through pristine fjords, see glaciers and explore sapphire lakes. Support the National Geographic Society and enter:
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National Geographic Sep 8
Wetlands are one of the most important ecosystems on Earth, but only 85% of wetlands remain. Their unique ecology supports wildlife, reduces the effects of floods and even curbs the effects of climate change. 📷: Michael Nichols
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National Geographic Sep 7
Using high speed cameras, Explorer slowed down the mesmerizing movements of the Anna’s Hummingbird 100 times to capture what is normally too fast to see with the naked eye.
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Paul Salopek Sep 6
Reporters, photographers, artists & scientists with an important story to share about rainforest conservation: $5K-$70K storytelling grants available from ⁦⁩. Tropical Rainforest Story | National Geographic Society
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National Geographic Sep 6
Safe travels! Can’t wait to see what you do.
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Nat Geo Education Sep 6
Explorer Classroom connects classrooms around the world with Explorers, bringing science, exploration, and conservation to life through live video events. Register your class today!
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National Geographic Sep 6
“Up to a million plant and animal species are now threatened with extinction,” says National Geographic chief scientist . “The good news is, we still have time to act.”
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National Geographic Sep 6
In the September 1925 , Explorer Willis T. Lee described as “the most spectacular of underground wonders in America” for its beauty and spacious chambers—documenting both geological and biological findings.
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Jonathan Baillie Sep 5
Great to see the Global Deal for Nature and continue to gain momentum. Thanks, and Joel Dunn of for shining a light on those working to preserve critical natural resources.
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