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Dr Andrew Digby Aug 7
do everything slowly and thoughtfully - even walking. As demonstrated by juvenile Tomua last night, when deciding whether to nibble my finger.
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Drusillas Park 1m
❤️THANK YOU! This week you raised £1,735 for our Charity of the Year, SloCo! Here you can see some of the team putting up rope bridges in the trees, to help sloths travel safely across roads! Our bundle winner has been notified.
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UGA Botanical Garden 1m
We will be offering our virtual Plant Conservation course again on 8/22 and there is still space available. If you are interested in attending, register at:
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antalya 1h
A massive conservation crisis and a quarter of UK mammals at risk of extinction
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Conservation Jobs Aug 13
Senior Officer Dairy Project
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Mitch Weegman 18h
Super excited about these recently funded projects on of turkeys and black ducks. Thanks to MDC, USFWS and many states for partnerships. Interested grad students and postdocs, we’ll be hiring for Aug 2021 starts! Related PhD available now:
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Integro Foundation 13m
waste is a new source of . If you use single-use face masks, make sure to dispose of them in trash cans with lids so they don’t blow away & become .
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Conservation Biology Aug 8
Newly Accepted Paper: plans generated using supposed surrogates of genetic data can perform much worse than those based directly on genetic data. Read the findings:
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ALUS Canada Aug 9
This week’s looks at how some species use hedgerows, such as windbreaks or riparian strips, as highways or habitats on agricultural land. Cool insights into how on-farm helps species thrive!
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Dr Andrew Digby Aug 8
don't always walk slowly. Here’s Tomua again.
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Manfred Aime Epanda Aug 12
Delighted that the government has reversed its decision to allow logging in . This means that critically endangered will keep their home and local communities will retain access to their histories and culture. A big win for , and
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Enrico RUZZIER Aug 12
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal 17m
Becerril-García et al. - Steroid hormones and chondrichthyan reproduction: physiological functions, scientific research, and implications for conservation Read the full article
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Institut de recherche sur les forêts Aug 11
🧠Can Land Sparing Maintain Diversity? 🦅🦤🦉🦆🦜🐦🦚🦢 👉See the paper of our new student at IRF :
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Saday Tiwari Aug 13
I believe I can fly I believe I can touch the sky
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Olivia Mufute Aug 13
If you are going to go out on patrol, you are going to need to dress the part. It's always a happy occasion when we distribute new kits to our community scouts in Mbire. A uniform brings dignity and a sense of cohesion and orderliness.
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Jaclyn Wilson Aug 13
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Tafadzwa Makara 🇿🇼🇧🇪 Aug 12
Today is World Elephant Day, a day the world celebrates the majestic giants of Africa and Asia. World Elephant Day is celebrated to raise awareness about elephants and protect them from the numerous threats they face.
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Green Adventures 2h
Fantastic news for Scottish wildlife! A pair of golden eagles has successfully reared a chick at Trees For Life's Dundreggan rewilding estate – the first time these spectacular birds of prey have bred at the site in 40 years.
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Dr Andrew Digby Aug 6
Very wet on Whenua Hou today, so no catching (we don't handle them in the wet). But here's Kohitatea from yesterday, having a post-capture macadamia treat.
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