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FulwoodConservationArea 16h
Let's look after the parks, roads, pavements, houses, gardens, trees & public spaces in Fulwood
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Government SGSSI Jan 18
are pleased to release the final version of the Management Plan. This document has been prepared by heritage consultants following recommendations from the SGSSI Framework Strategy:
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xenobriotic 🐘 Jan 18
I'm researching the biases that affect the allocation of funding. Which species do we choose to save, and why? "Taxonomic chauvinism" brings up a LOT of papers. 😄
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Petroleum Conservation Research Association 1h
Let’s reinforce the green initiative of .
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OctoNation® The Largest Octopus Fan Club 🐙 50m
Rate this camouflage from 1 to 10⁣ 😏This sneaky realized it was being watched so in true octo fashion it camouflaged to match the ground. 🤭⁣ ⁣ 🎥: Poseidon’s Realm
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Jason T "Gulo" Fisher Jan 15
Informal poll! has been thinking about wealth and conservation. Curious - what luxury activities do you enjoy? Name a top 1 or 2. Please RT! I'll start: Fancy scotch. Lots of it.
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Jack Clarkson Jan 17
After the winter break it's been a good start for 's Montenegro Dolphin Research Project. In the first 3 land surveys of 2019 we have had 2 Tursiops truncatus encounters! Essential for contributing towards baseline data of the country.
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Karina Speziale 7h
Science and art. at Culturica festival. Can art help science motivate people to conserve biodiversity?
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Ducks Unlimited Jan 17
Did you know that the Prairie Pothole Region of North America, is one of the best nesting habitats for waterfowl in the world?
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ZooWelfare 12h
Conservationists claim that can support . How about eco tourism, safaris, invested research? Killing animals only promoes one thing, killing more animals. It does not support a commitment to ensure appreciation for nature.
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Ballard Water Meadow 10h
Volunteers planting hazel whips to regenerate Woar Copse this week. Hopefully some of the trees will survive theft, vandalism and rampant dog walkers!
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Open Science 5h
Global bird could be four times more cost-effective imperialcollege
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California Farmland Trust 2h
We're hiring! We are looking for a Conservation Project Coordinator - View the job description here:
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Oil India Limited 58m
Cycle your way to be healthier you and keep environment Greener. across three locations today
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Tom C Lewis 7h
Where do the biodegradable plastic replacements come from? Well, some come from these plants grown in plantations, in what was until recently jungle in . Plastics are bad but is replacing them with biodegradable alternatives really the answer?
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Dr Andrew Digby 5h
Checking new eggs at nests is a nerve-wracking and often depressing experience: about half of them are infertile, showing no sign of development when 'candled'. The reality of infertility hits home hard.
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Dr Andrew Digby 5h
Replying to @takapodigs
Last night we checked again - and found 3 eggs. Best of all, at least two were fertile! Estimated 7 & 9 days old
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Dr Andrew Digby 5h
A few days ago we found Nora on a nest in a big hollow rata tree on Whenua Hou, and saw her sitting on at least one egg.
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Rachel Alma Howie 17h
Excited to finally put Papua New Guinea spathes on shelves in the new storage wonderful to see!
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Elyse Ellsworth 23h
This is Rosie the Hicatee. She likes long swims in the river and TMNT. She also happens to be the first data point for my masters project 🥰
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