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Paul Seligman 3h
The study of Guillemots on is one of the most important long-term studies of , telling us much about the changing . Please help Tim Birkhead to secure the study's future by donating here:
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Whale stress levels influenced by human activity, earwax study suggests. (That's whale earwax, not human! though maybe it could work for us as well....) » Focusing on Wildlife
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Endangered Hawaiian monk seals face new challenge: eels stuck up their noses | US news | The Guardian
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Paul Seligman Dec 6
"The tropical forest is almost dead silent ....there are virtually no birds" Invasive species are destroying , but researchers have hope — Quartz
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Paul Seligman Dec 6
This beautiful seasonal image of a Mountain Hare in the , was taken by Darren Dawson. Please click if full image not visible on your device. . Shared with permission.
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BTO Cymru Dec 6
Today, the State of Birds in Wales 2018 report is published. It highlights that one-third of wintering and breeding bird species are declining significantly, emphasizing the importance of monitoring.
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nick phillips Dec 6
I am sad to still see the forestry industry blaming birds and wildlife protection for being in the way of industrial plantation forestry.
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Paul Seligman Dec 6
I hope this will lead to Welsh LERCs being able to plan financially based on long-term commitment from national and local government and their major planning applicants.
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Paul Seligman Dec 6
An excellent outcome of prolonged engagement with . They've stated that Local Environmental Records Centres (LERCs) are an essential source of species data for planning purposes. We must hope that all Welsh local authorities follow this guidance.
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Paul Seligman Dec 5
Great apes and ravens "plan without thinking", news via
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Paul Seligman Dec 5
10 ways we've saved the world's rarest birds in the last 10 years | BirdLife
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Paul Seligman Dec 5
Axolotls in crisis: the fight to save the 'water monster' of City.
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Paul Seligman Dec 5
Buzzard and Hobby killed on the Isle of Wight suffered ‘horrific and traumatic injuries'. Police appeal for information nine months later | news via
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Paul Seligman Dec 5
There's been welcome publicity recently about the risk of species from . But many species are being eliminated more directly. Up to 10% of the global population of Lesser Spotted Eagles are shot each year as they migrate through .
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Jon Dunn Dec 4
What happens when you mix up Early & Northern Marsh Orchids? Very rarely, you get their hybrid lovechild, and that’s the magnificent flower that features in day 4 of my . I found this plant here in last year, an entirely unexpected discovery.
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SEWBReC Dec 4
Very pleased to have been awarded a grant by scheme, allowing us to buy a set of microscopes. These will enable us to run species identification courses throughout south east Wales from 2019 onwards 😊
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Paul Seligman Dec 3
I tried the app against a very blurry pic of a White-Throated Dipper and guess what? It suggested Cliff Swallow. BUT I then tried a slightly better image and it got it right! It's pretty good. And Dipper was one of the suggestions when I tried the question route.
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Paul Seligman Dec 3
Avaaz petition - Join the call for a 100% clean energy world
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Paul Seligman Dec 3
Wildlife Biologist Finds 'Ancient' Turtle Population in the Unlikely Buffalo Bayou of Houston
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Paul Seligman Dec 3
Replying to @CarlBovisNature
Great work, Carl - how about sharing the original here?
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