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Jason Docherty Apr 9
Wolves return to Netherlands after 140 years
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 16
Last night we fitted a transmitter to the first of this year's chicks - Hinemoa-2-A. We attach them when they're ~65 days old, just before they fledge from the nest.
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The EBL Project 19m
JoNita (Joni) Quenga Kerr is a fierce advocate for environmental causes in Guam. She also is a sweet, hard-working, and humble mentor to many! We thank her today for all she has done for in !
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Dr. Wildlife 🌿 4h
Okay. WOW! Big update today, y'all! I will be making appearances IN SUIT during EarthX. Specifically, I will be hosting several tiger talks at their Garden Theatre for kids! 🐯 This is a dream come true!
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 12
often explore with their bill. They have an excellent sense of smell and hearing, and reasonable eyesight, but touch is important.
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Dr Andrew Digby 23h
chick Bella-1-A (left) died this morning. We flew him off Whenua Hou on Monday for treatment, but he wasn't able to be saved. Cause of death is yet to be determined. There are now 75 chicks alive.
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Rudi Hammenecker Apr 15
"Wolves will roam once again in the Netherlands after 150-year absence." on - - "We have to relearn how to co-exist with wolves..."
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Environment Canada Apr 17
We all play a part in nature . Find out what we’re doing to reach our goals and targets in Canada’s latest National Report to the :
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Dublin Zoo Apr 15
Would you like to work in wildlife conservation? Young Conservationist is here to help! This workshop will give young people an idea of what they need to do to pursue a career in and environmental studies🌍 Book>>>
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Nate’s Custom Baits 3h
Throwback Thursday....literally! Catch and release is the best way to preserve the resource for future generations. Yes, harvest is sometimes the best management practice. Regardless, conservation must remain a top priority if we are to continue enjoying our sport.
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subhransu mishra Apr 17
2 days after a leopard was cited in and around badmal forest range ,balangir .found dead due to caught in snares . DFO balangir declined saying it has died of natural death.. this shows lack of interest by for Photo courtesy :
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Dr Andrew Digby Apr 12
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ArtJam 10h
Awesome pastel drawings of red pandas Koda and Imal from by . Learning about through art! 👏👏
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Lydia Stirling ACR 13h
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Dr Andrew Digby 10h
Another ! Tonight Stella-1-B hatched on Anchor. Now 76 alive. Pic: Nicki van Zyl.
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ScubaLuis Cozumel Apr 16
Did you know that cigarette butts last 5 years in the ocean? Fish don't smoke! Don't throw your cigarettes into the sea or on the beach... USE A DAMN TRASH CAN! ** Please RT **
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Grupo De Estudos De Elasmobrânquios do Paraná 9h
On this Easter let the shark meat aside! From a biological point of view, eating a shark is equivalent to eating a lion or a tiger. In addition, it has high concentrations of mercury, a dangerous chemical compound when ingested in large quantities.
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Jennifer Middleton Apr 16
I've heard hopeful reports that the Rose window has been damaged but spared. Clever dedicated people will piece it all together, for some it will be a decade of work. Assisi was rebuilt and is still a marvel.
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Zoe Reid 14h
Day 18 of I the transformation that techniques can bring to documents, for me there is still a 'WOW' factor. It's hard not to a day job that lets you do this! Receipts from the Rev Exchqr, Collectors Account, Dublin Port 1818, before & after.
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Clifton Conservation 7h
Happy from the lab! 🐰🥚🐣 We've worked on this gem today: a chocolate that was once presented as a wedding gift to a couple getting hitched in 1934. 💒 The guests and happy couple look a little less disorderly now - and cleaner too!
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