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Marc Bekoff
interested in animal emotions, moral behavior, animal protection, and compassionate conservation -
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Marc Bekoff 8h
Compassionate Conservation Isn't Seriously or Fatally Flawed Despite misguided and uninformed rumors about what compassionate conservation supposedly advocates, this global, transdisciplinary field, is vibrantly alive and thriving.
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Marc Bekoff 9h
More confusion over the fate of Botswana’s elephants, BY DR LOUISE DE WAAL
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Marc Bekoff 10h
Today is NATIONAL DOG RESCUE DAY!! Also see: How Many Dog Breeders Do We Really Need?
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"The Healing Power of Animals: Moon Bear Has a Place" An essay by a former inmate shows how other animals can help people move on.
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Marc Bekoff 16h
WHY HORSE RACING IS SO DANGEROUS Nearly 500 Thoroughbred racehorses died in the US in 2018. Here’s why.
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Marc Bekoff 16h
Cruel world or humane nature? by Clifford Warwick
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Marc Bekoff 22h
Drones killing birds: What can be done?
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Marc Bekoff May 19
An essay by a former inmate shows how other animals can help people move on...meet his spirit animal. "The Healing Power of Animals: Moon Bear Has a Place"
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Marc Bekoff May 19
An essay by a former inmate shows how other animals can help people move on. Meet his spirit animal... "The Healing Power of Animals: Moon Bear Has a Place"
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Marc Bekoff May 19
"..regardless of how some of these bears are treated in captivity, even they have a place in the world. I, too, have spent much of my life in captivity...but I’ve known all along I have a place ..." "The Healing Power of Animals: Moon Bear Has a Place"
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Marc Bekoff May 19
Kumeroa School puts agriculture back into the classroom (New Zealand) There's also a good deal of brutal "inhumane education" "Some students shoot and trap possums to pluck them for their fur or to win a prize..." Also see:
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Marc Bekoff May 19
The Healing Power of Animals: Moon Bear Has a Place An essay by a former student at the Boulder County Jail has a powerful personal message about how nonhuman animals who have been abused and rehabilitated can help people move on.
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Marc Bekoff May 19
Coyote killing contests are wasteful, wanton behavior counter to Oregon’s values
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Marc Bekoff May 19
Protecting rare species can benefit human life
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Marc Bekoff May 19
Companion Animal Psychology News May 2019
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Marc Bekoff May 19
Losing Elsie and Loving Again, Zoe Weil
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Marc Bekoff May 18
Allowed to Grow Old: Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries, Isa Leshko An awesome book!
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Marc Bekoff May 18
Will birds sing or will they be silent? Our choice is their fate, Karen Davis
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Marc Bekoff May 18
Scientist Dr Jane Goodall urges greater respect for animals during NZ visit
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Marc Bekoff May 18
Coyote-killing contests face growing outrage, state bans as they should ...
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