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John Wilmshurst
Biologist, Writer, Editor. Fascinated by the natural world and the science we use to discover it.
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Niki Wilson May 17
Hey, stargazers. The line-up for the Festival has been announced. This is going to be fun.
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Carolyn Campbell May 16
expert David Sauchyn on most intense impacts in Canada: “The fastest rate of warming is in (the) Arctic and the Canadian Prairies, so our part of the world is actually warming at three to four times the global rate"
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Niki Wilson May 15
Some birds will nest near potentially dangerous animals to protect their young from predators. A fun one to write for :
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John Wilmshurst May 14
Yet another reason why a plastic bag ban is a responsible act. BBC News - Mariana Trench: Deepest-ever sub dive finds plastic bag
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John Wilmshurst May 14
What do you want to know about the wildebeest migration cycle? via
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John Wilmshurst May 14
Wildebeest migrations in East Africa face extinction via
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HerdTracker May 13
The could very well be the mecca of all national parks. Here are 10 things you may or may not have known about this iconic piece of the African legacy ▶️
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John Wilmshurst May 12
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Laura Finnegan May 11
This powerful photo shared yesterday sums up one of the challenges facing the A La Peche twice a year during migration - a pregnant cow approaching hwy40 with a semi driving towards her ☹ 📷Jill Thornburn
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John Wilmshurst May 10
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John Wilmshurst May 9
Six-pack rings that won't kill marine wildlife - Corridor Gazette
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John Wilmshurst May 6
Extinction looming over 1 million species of plants and animals, UN report says | CBC News
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John Wilmshurst Apr 26
Replying to @cpaws @mariepdr and 2 others
Thanks . anything to add?
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John Wilmshurst Apr 26
I am not a fan of this message, both because people and nature are indivisible, and it suggests we need to exclude people for nature to exist. This message has never gained traction and nor should it. is key. I'd be keen to hear the context of this slide .
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John Wilmshurst Apr 23
Replying to @AndrewMDavidson
Bummer
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John Wilmshurst Apr 18
. traveled to Norway to see the country's growing population of wolves, and to find out how they're opening up a hot new political dispute between urban and rural communities:
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John Wilmshurst Apr 16
Replying to @linglelab
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John Wilmshurst Apr 15
Replying to @TrapperTrav
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