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Richard Bernabe Sep 21
Giraffe populations have plummeted more than 40% in the last 30 years.
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Survival International Sep 21
Vast areas of land are being STOLEN from tribal people under the false claim that this is necessary for . This is colonialism and it's happening now
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Population Matters Sep 19
With nature being lost at rates unprecedented in human history, it is clear that the current movement is failing. A major reason (not mentioned in this article) is that it fails to address the primary driver: the human population explosion.
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ifaw Sep 17
Sound on! 🔊 A koala's low, guttural grunts aren't quite like any other in the animal kingdom. We're working to protect this iconic & unique keystone species by planting trees to reduce habitat loss & partnering with koala organizations across Australia.
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American Bird Conservancy Sep 19
In less than the span of a human lifetime, North America has lost nearly 3 billion breeding birds. That's 29% fewer birds in just 50 years. The community is united. It's time for action. Please join us: .
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Hawaii Volcanoes NPS Sep 19
Honk if you love nēnē, and tune in to hear wildlife biologist Kathleen Misajon discuss her life's work, surrounded by the nēnē protected within Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park <3
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Dr Andrew Digby Sep 19
Another blow. juvenile Kuihi-3-B-19 has been found dead on Whenua Hou. We're hoping it's not aspergillosis - she seemed fine last week - but will confirm as soon as we can. 212 kākāpō left.
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Dr Andrew Digby Sep 16
213 ! Today the youngest chick, Stella-3-B-19, becomes a juvenile and so now all of this year’s cohort are counted towards the official population. The population has increased 70% in the last 3.5 years, due to 2 bumper breeding seasons.
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Bryan Biegler Sep 20
Getting the new strip till rig set today. Lots of pp acres with covers seeded to try out.
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Boreal Conservation Sep 16
Canada's Forest is the largest intact on the planet, and there are a million reasons to conserve it. Here are a few BIG reasons the boreal matters to all of us.
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SeaWorld Sep 20
All it takes is one small act. Share ways you help conserve our planet!
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Dr. Stephanie Schuttler💎 Sep 18
Replying to @FancyScientist
But from studying forest elephants, an animal which has been heavily poached for the past few decades, and countless other examples of the loss of wildlife and biodiversity, I’ve realized that most problems are solved by getting humans to change their behavior.
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Anahita Verahrami Sep 18
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Ducks Unlimited Sep 20
The gives shout-out to for their science-based work.
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Wild Honey Inn Sep 21
It needs to happen. It’s Only common sense JP .
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Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park 12h
Happy World Rhino Day! The goal of today is celebrating the rhinos... watch as we celebrate and share with you, our three leading ladies at Wildlife World Zoo! 🦏
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Ruth Walker Art & Photography Sep 20
Thrilled that asked me to illustrate the programme for this weekend's IWSG conference. Blackwit image drawn from a photo by Liz Cutting Photography. Sanderling, Knot and Oystercatcher from own photos. Drawn using graphite pencils.
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Fossey Gorilla Fund Sep 21
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Kiran Purandare Sep 18
Lets start with year 2018! Work done with the support and participation of Gond Adivasis in the Pitezari village!
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The Ellen Fund Sep 17
Meet all 25 of the baby gorillas born this year!
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