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The Ellen Fund Jul 10
Did you know gorillas spend a lot of time with babies that aren’t their own? It takes a village.
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Molly Cullen Jul 15
Beautiful view brought to you by conservation easements and historic preservation in Clarke County
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Dr Andrew Digby Jul 16
IT WORKED! We've achieved successful artificial insemination for the first time in a decade. 3 females from 15 attempts produced 5 viable eggs - 2 chicks surviving. This is a huge breakthrough for .
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 16
Field staff of Kaziranga are one of the sincerest and I am proud of working with him.
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Megan Vollstedt Jul 17
Michael Lubbers: “I encourage all farmers to become microbiologists and study the biology of their soil.”
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Tim W. Jackson Jul 14
Could this submersible robot, that can deliver millions of larvae to damaged systems, help save coral reefs?
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Friends of CoastalSC Jul 14
: has over 3,100 loggerhead nests. The protection of these nests wouldn't be possible w/o staff and volunteers. We are honored to help provide funding for a full-time field tech and intern. .
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CO Parks & Wildlife Jul 10
Happy 😺! In 1999 we set out to re-establish wild lynx - a species which was extirpated (no longer found in Colorado). Colorado's now home to an estimated 150-250 lynx that roam the backcountry.
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Robyn S Lacy, M.A. ⚰ Jul 13
Resetting a gravestone last week, that we were waiting to fix for ages!! Mary Cridland, you stand again!
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Science Magazine Jul 12
"Poland's protected lands ... are subject to conflicting laws that undermine their ... Poland must resolve this contradiction by amending its regulations to give laws priority." ($)
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The Ellen Fund Jul 15
While it takes a village to raise a baby, it takes all the villages to save the planet. 📸:
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Dr Andrew Digby Jul 16
It's exciting for the team that Sinbad is a father, via artificial insemination. He's one of just 3 adults with rare Fiordland genes, and, at 21 years old, had never bred before this year.
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Axel Hochkirch Jul 14
Adult male of the wartbiter bushcricket - photo taken yesterday on a large military site, where numerous wartbiters are still found. Military areas are important for many threatened species
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Aoibheann Cline Jul 15
Closing out a great week at 2019 WAFWA Summer Conference with Professional Awards led by Director Tony Wasley. Thank you for graciously hosting the West’s leading professionals!
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Mark LR Hall Jul 15
Episode 002 - Caribou Recovery with Dr. Rob Serrouya is live on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play.
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Chris McGhee Jul 18
Here's a bucket of recently hatched turtles. Wonderful to get the chance to support their survival and actually release one into the sea through a turtle adoption programme.
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ADPP Mozambique 7h
Agriculture has been an increasingly accepted among Farmers' Club members. Thanks to the Farmers' Club project, they see in this technique a way to increase with low production costs and greater protection of the .
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Dr Andrew Digby Jul 13
chick Pura-1-B-19 is now learning to live in the wild on Whenua Hou; here he is practising his balancing skills in Invercargill last week. Still needs some practice - watch until the end!
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Angus Barnett 21h
When your office has notes like this around the place you know you are in the right profession
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Dr Andrew Digby Jul 13
Who says can't fly? Pura-3-B-19 showing how it's done. For a flightless bird, have surprisingly large wings, which they use for balance when climbing trees.
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