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Ramesh Pandey IFS Nov 21
Conservation breeding of Gharials is a great success story of bringing the living fossil species back from the verge of extinction. It continues in many states even today. 21 Gharials released in Ganga river near Bijnor barrage yesterday by UPFD and WWF-India.
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Phoebe Legere Nov 22
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Treehugger.com Nov 18
An Indian couple is buying up barren farmland on the edge of a nature reserve and letting it grow wild. Just so tigers can have more breathing room.
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Dr Andrew Digby Nov 18
Rangi the went missing for 21 years on Whenua Hou, until he was found in 2009. Want to know how that’s possible? Try to spot him from <1m away… Great video by Lydia Uddstrom.
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UN Biodiversity Nov 24
To support efforts in , musician Paul Barton held a concert for a special audience.🐒🎶 “I was surprised to play the piano & find that they were actually eating the music as I was playing it." Learn more ➡️
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Keith ✭ ✭ ✭ 51m
If I was a deer hunter, this would’ve been a heluva buck! Instead, just a fuzzy picture! I was shaking with excitement to be this close to such a magnificent creature!
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Sam Rees Nov 23
Just waved off and to plant the final seeds of the Seagrass Ocean Rescue project. A whopping 2Ha planted! Here's to many more hectares with and ! 🥂 🍻
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Jessica Pollard Nov 24
Started the week working on this chonky Javanese manuscript. It’s looking a bit worse for wear but will soon be ready for digitisation (minus the spine leather). Mss Jav 49
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Beverly 16m
Our paper conservator Lauren Buttle ⁦⁩ has come up with an ingenious way to store/transport broken glass negatives. A temporary measure but keeps them safe for now
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Nyssa Mildwaters Nov 22
Lovely day returning and mounting these two beautiful outfits to following conservation. Also got to have a sneak peak at the wonderful new displays that Chloe (middle!) and the team have been working. Can’t wait for the museum’s re-opening in Dec.
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Cheche Nov 24
It's time we respected indigenous knowledge, learn from it, and embrace conservation. The local community has what we need for our wildlife
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Dr Andrew Digby Nov 22
Heading into the Murchison Mts as part of our three yearly survey. We visit all known territories to count birds and look for sign.
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Yeah Lifestyle Nov 18
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#AustralEcology Nov 22
A new way to monitor: recent research shows that the importance of understanding the behavioural responses and of animals to successfully restore landscapes
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The Conversation. 18m
The amazing film 🎥 Our Planet: Our Business will be screening tomorrow!! The event will discuss the contribution of private business sectors towards environmental conservation!!
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Greg Bourke Nov 17
has been a critical refuge for wildlife post the devastating bushfires of last summer. High up in a Eucalyptus fastigata, young Tawny Frogmouths (Podargus strigoides) are entertained by the strange creatures below
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G-BIKE_COSTAction Nov 23
matters now more than ever ✅ WG3 had 2️⃣ very productive meetings on genomics for service & Thanks group leader for fantastic work!👌🔛🧬
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Conservation Dogs Nov 24
Dog Rocky's busy training today with great crested newt odour ID.
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Simon Valle Nov 23
In our new paper lead by and we look at the importance of accurately weighing risks and benefits in translocations, with a focus on conservation in the UK.
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Boreal Conservation 18h
Indigenous leadership on the land is transforming , which is why it is so important to understand how to support this work and move forward together. with insights on how we can become allies in this new approach.
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