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Lisa Schibley May 9
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Plogga Mayokun IYAOMOLERE May 9
Have you seen anything cooler and greener than this today? 💚😎
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS May 9
Best thing you will watch on . Look at these beautiful birds migrating thousands of Kms. Credits Abhishek Iyer & team.
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Vanity ⓥ 💎 May 9
On , it's time STOPPED allowing Zoos to chain & imprison wild birds 💔 They should be free to soar through the skies & live a natural life of freedom! Sign & RT 📲 To Tell To End Tethering cruelty!
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Osprey Leadership Foundation May 9
is a reminder of how species like Ospreys link different parts of the world. recently wrote about his work at in The Gambia, where he photographed 056 from the Manton Bay nest Read more:
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White Stork Project May 9
EXCITING UPDATE ON MARGE! Earlier this week 'Marge' left Morocco crossing the on her We will be watching closely!
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UN Biodiversity May 9
"This year's theme , reminds us that migratory birds connect us to our planet, to wildlife and with each other, with beneficial results."🐦 Watch our Acting Exec. Secretary 's message for .
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Albatross Task Force May 11
! 🐥🌎 Albatrosses are the ultimate adventurers, exploring thousands of kms at a time, as shown by this tracking map from - highlighting the need for integrated conservation efforts across different nations.
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SDG2030 May 9
Happy ! 🎉🦆🦜🦉🦢 In 2020, we are learning about migrations that span the world. Migratory birds need to be protected so they can connect habitats along their migration routes.
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UN Climate Change May 9
It’s 🕊️🐧🦅 Bird migrations are some of the longest journeys taken by any animal. But migratory birds are put at risk by habitat loss & the effects of . Let's protect our natural 🌏 and commit to creating a healthy future for everyone.
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Dialogue May 9
Wishes on In 13C AD, wrote this huge book " ", cataloging species of animals and birds. It is the First Book to give to Animals and Birds.
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Long Point Bird Obs. May 9
Today we're celebrating and by unveiling this animation summarizing our work to understand the lives of Blackpoll Warblers using geolocators , and sightings provided by everyone. Go Birding!
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ipbes May 9
" should be a clarion call to listen to the science & implement evidence-informed policies to better protect people & nature" — Exec Sec Anne Larigauderie , across borders, boundaries and barriers
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Environment Canada May 9
It’s ! Birds are fascinating, and watching them is a relaxing activity that you can do from home. Here are some species that you might see from your balcony or backyard.
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Conservation without Borders May 9
💥Today is 💥 All of the work we do here is about helping to conserve these incredible species across the world. They are VITAL indicators of ecosystem health 🌱 and link so many human communities around the globe 🌍
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Joanna Wu May 9
"How do you conserve something if you don’t know where it is for nine to ten months out of the year, let alone knowing when might be the most important time for maintaining a species’ population?” . An important piece of the conservation puzzle!
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EmmaP May 9
On I’ve been enjoying "godwitcam" courtesy of - trying to sketch this beautiful, patient but ever-watchful bird on her nest
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Julia Shonfield May 9
Happy and Despite the frigid temps and snow showers, saw a few migratory and non-migratory species while out today, highlights incl. Baltimore Oriole, Red-bellied Woodpecker, swallows foraging over the Grand River, & trilliums in flower
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PNA May 9
Today is The Indus basin of is one of the world’s great migratory flyways and is the principal route followed by many bird species. Theme of the year 2020 is" Birds Connect our World" and it focuses on tracking technologies for these routes!
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DJinNH 23h
Anything you can do. Any bird you can help. One by one we can do this.
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