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Scott J. Davidson Feb 2
Part of my research is looking at the impact of seismic lines (linear clearings) across in the boreal. Here is a stop motion representation of what happens!
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Jen 🦉🕷🦖 Feb 2
A baby American Alligator calls out for mom. With populations decimated due to hunting, these animals were listed as an endangered species in 1973. Conservation efforts helped them rebound and they were delisted in 1987.
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Wetland GHG Lab Feb 2
After much anticipation, our new hit single "BOGS" is here! Please like and retweet all of our hard work! Have a very happy
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Dave Throup Feb 2
It’s 100 years ago a fifth of was covered by wetlands. It’s now around 1% Getting back to historic levels would reduce flooding, store water, increase biodiversity and sequester loads of carbon.
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Irish Wildlife Trust Feb 2
A fascinating video from 1984 featuring the late David Bellamey and then-IWT director Fergus O'Gorman. We still struggle to value nature and today less than 1% of the raised bogs are considered to be intact.
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Halifax_Police Feb 3
Sunday was , reminding us of the summer, when Cst. Alyssa Borutski offered a helping hand to a duckling and in another incident a beaver. Both animals went to Hope for Wildlife. 🚔💙🦆
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Neal Warnock Feb 2
Bit of a party at Lough Neagh this morning for
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Olympic Forest Feb 2
Wetlands provide breeding grounds, nesting sites and other critical habitat for a variety of fish and wildlife species, as well as the unique habitat requirements of many threatened and endangered plants & animals.
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Conservation Ontario Feb 2
Wetland benefits include: preventing flood damage, improving water quality, water storage in times of drought, giving wildlife a home, providing valuable eco products like timber & furbearers, & recreational opp like birdwatching, fishing & nature appreciation.
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Jen 🦉🕷🦖 Feb 2
Oh look, Snow Geese... There were some decent sized flocks around today, but they were off foraging in the closed fields around the reservoir. Middle Creek WMA, PA
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US Department of the Interior Feb 2
Enjoy a relaxing float among the cypress trees at Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge. Pic by John Corso ()
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GardenOpus Feb 2
matters! Much of Chicagoland is built upon wetland, displacing water. Of many local Orchid species, those favoring wet areas are now quite rare because of habitat loss. Pogonia ophioglossoides, pic 1, Platanthera ciliaris encroached by Native Black Oak, pic 3.
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American Rivers Feb 2
Happy ! Today, and everyday, let's recognize the impact small rivers and streams have on the quality of our major rivers and lakes. We are all downstream:
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Anna is #StayingAtHome #FlattenTheCurve Feb 2
I grew up with wetlands in my blood. Wetlands were my backyard, my first love. Probably one of my favorite things about wetlands is how they often seem small relative to the large impact they have on surrounding ecosystems.
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Anand Pradhan Feb 2
Wetlands are lifeline of our eco system. Life thrives in wetlands. It nurtures earth, water and different species. Unfortunately we are destroying our beautiful wetlands in our mad quest for “development”. Let’s pledge and work to save our wetlands on !
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World Bank Water Feb 3
This 🦩, learn more about the numerous beneficial services of wetlands including 👇 🏞protecting and improving water quality, 🏞providing fish and wildlife habitats, 🏞storing floodwaters, 🏞maintaining surface water flow during dry periods.
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Dr. Ryan E. Emanuel Feb 2
On , I'm grateful for the Lumbee River and the dense, forested floodplains that have sustained & protected my people for centuries. Learn more about the river & its people here:
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UNESCO Feb 2
Today is ! This would be a happy day to celebrate wetlands yet, it's quite the opposite. Wetlands are the most threatened ecosystem in the world, and this impacts 40% of the world’s plant & animal species that live or breed in wetlands.
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Ahmad Salihijo Feb 2
Today is . However, I believe no day should go by without paying attention to conservation of our water bodies. Just as we preach energy conservation for sustainability, keeping our water bodies safe & pollution-free is very important. Play a part.
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Norfolk Rivers Trust Feb 2
Scenes from Norfolk's wetlands for Amazing habitat, but also amazing resources for all of us.
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