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Chris van Blerk 9h
A sea of garbage and trash of which 90% is plastic. We should urgently rethink our plastic bottle behavior 🌍🌎🌊
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Conserve Utah 49m
Did you know: the earth’s most massive living organism is the Pando aspen grove at Utah’s Fish Lake in Sevier County. It’s also in conservation crisis. Likely thousands of years old, mule deer and cattle are killing it.
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Bethany Harbour 1h
My feed has been very heavy recently, and it's purely because I'm so excited to start devising a project to assess their current abundance, distribution and threats in East Sussex. Preparing for my upcoming pitch means lots of hedgehog facts and photos!
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DiCaprio Foundation Nov 15
Great news! After facing near-extinction, the mountain status has been updated from “critically endangered” to “endangered”. There is still so much work to be done but let's celebrate this success story!
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Debbie Fogell 33m
Can we be using technology to facilitate adaptation in our critically threatened species to improve outcomes? Phil Seddon asks to what extent do we engage in these new opportunities to maximise benefit.
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Comrade Daines Nov 14
LOL! uses a science-based approach to conservation. I'd love to see their scorecard for (they don't do scorecards) or a side-by-side comparison of their goals to his legislative actions and policies.
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Oxford BCM MSc 4h
Replying to @CEmogor
Charles explores the 'Status of the World's Rarest Gorilla Sub-species', Africa's most endangered ape.
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World Wildlife Day 13h
A good sign! Google searches reveal public interest in is rising via
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Conserve Utah 1h
There are 16 subspecies of brown bear, of which the cinnamon bear is native to Utah. It takes its name from its brown-red coat. Brown bears are excellent swimmers.
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Patrick Taggart Nov 14
Competition in action between one of largest land-based and our largest areal predators. Captured as part of a carcass scavenging study for my
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ℳστςαπ🌹 42m
Poaching them alive .. Question ? Did you know since Nov 2017 exported 35 5 🐊 9 🦏 while spewing words & reform
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Debbie Fogell 5h
Have you considered more than one management option and evaluated them against the alternatives? Are you implicit or explicit about where your values lie?
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Spark Talks Nov 15
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Wildlife Film News 4h
Welcome to our newest organisation member, new digital streaming platform … Streaming films that make a difference … Check them out & subscribe! 💚
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Stone Edge Ltd 8h
It was great to host a visit from the Young Archaeologists Group last weekend, to show them our ongoing conservation work at . Looking forward to meeting lots more people at the Christmas Fair in a couple of weeks' time :-)
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Astral Ltd Nov 14
Roof timbers replaced and re-thatched 👷🏼‍♂️⚒
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Mayda Nathan 6h
"We need more occurrence data" That's the consensus at yesterday's WiNN panel on integration of science into work. Guys, this is doable! Everyone, to ! (or your database of choice)
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NeighbourhoodService Nov 14
Stag beetle hotels open for business - thanks again to our volunteers!
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UN Environment Nov 9
An education program helped to mitigate the conflict between farmers & 🐘 in Ghana: now 82% of community members accept that elephant is important for enhancing the ecological health of the ecosystem and human well being!
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Ferguson Mann Architects 8h
After almost a decade of conservation work, FMA project Castle House - which was once on the Heritage at Risk Register - has been restored to usability thanks to Read more here:
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