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Nicole Stone Outdoors Apr 18
Let the big fish go, please.
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 16
Last night we fitted a transmitter to the first of this year's chicks - Hinemoa-2-A. We attach them when they're ~65 days old, just before they fledge from the nest.
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eBird Apr 19
Sightings from 100s of thousands of birdwatchers are helping optimize efforts across the Americas. A paper published this week in uses data to identify key areas to conserve populations of 117 migratory bird species:
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Environment Canada Apr 17
We all play a part in nature . Find out what we’re doing to reach our goals and targets in Canada’s latest National Report to the :
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Sustainable Bucknell 4h
This Wednesday join us all with Mizuki Takahashi for lunch and a talk about species conservation, with a look into his research on Giant Salamanders! The 6th mass extinction is real a ecological crisis spanning the globe today, come learn and talk more about it!
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Dr. Wildlife 🌿 Apr 18
Okay. WOW! Big update today, y'all! I will be making appearances IN SUIT during EarthX. Specifically, I will be hosting several tiger talks at their Garden Theatre for kids! 🐯 This is a dream come true!
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm Apr 18
My last (a female Large White) hatched out yesterday that I looked after from an found in my & protected it from 🥚🐛🥐🦋
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 12
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Oliver Lawrence 9h
I am not against all hunting. However, as we learn more about the intelligence and culture of some of the more intelligent other animals, that information ought to inform our practices. The Japanese gov't is wrong about this.
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NatureTree 9h
A song thrush collects a beak-full of worms ready for feeding. Once a common sight, it's hard to believe that the song thrush finds itself on the UK red list in terms of status.
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Rudi Hammenecker Apr 15
"Wolves will roam once again in the Netherlands after 150-year absence." on - - "We have to relearn how to co-exist with wolves..."
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Britannia PR Apr 19
Incredible whale video by Beau Pilgrim
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Jay Smith Apr 15
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 12
often explore with their bill. They have an excellent sense of smell and hearing, and reasonable eyesight, but touch is important.
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Dragofix Apr 13
Scientists say world's protected areas need a re-boot
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Axel Hochkirch 22h
fact of the day: Dead wood (and particularly large, dead and standing trees) is of high importance for numerous saproxylic insects, including many threatened species of longhorn beetles, but also some wild bees, wasps and flies. Don't remove it!
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Dr Andrew Digby 18h
The last* chick of has hatched: Stella-3-B on Anchor. 86 hatches; 77 chicks alive. (* assuming that Solstice-3-C is infertile, which it probably is).
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Revista Caldasia UN Apr 15
Caldasia, journal of the Instituto de Ciencias Naturales @ICN_UNAL, shares its most recent publication on successional patterns and their implications for ecological restoration in the Dry Tropical Forest Download it in:
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Plowden & Smith Apr 18
Experts warn shortage of skilled workers could delay rebuilding - . This is a critical sector issue - indeed the paper we submitted -CC Metals is on conserving traditional skills & sharing knowledge between generations
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Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources Apr 19
"Whether in suburban backyards, vast Western ranches, or eastern woodlands, private landowner decisions impact the environment," states Dr. Ashley Dayer, Dept. Fish & Wildlife , Meet Dr. Dayer 4/23, 3:30pm, PFEN 241 for lecture & conversation
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