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American Bird Conservancy Oct 24
How can you help this ? Plant shrubs and trees to provide . Many arborists consider late fall to be one of the best times to plant. Check out our blog for more tips and tricks to support bird conservation in your own backyard!
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T R B Rajaa Oct 22
Incredible sight 😍 The perseverance of a , The Advantage of being in ones own natural & the grit & determination of a !!! All in one stunning clip 👏🏽
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Clark Farm Drainage Oct 29
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 26
Restoring breeding habitat for Golden-winged Warbler continues to be a top priority for ABC. Since 2013 when this work began, ABC and partners have created nearly 8,000 acres of in alone, conducted with 22 public and tribal agencies.
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Rose Froud Oct 26
Happy for many invertebrates but especially solitary
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iobjournal@sicb.org 11h
“In Cnemaspis , chemical signals for conspecific pre- dated the evolution of visual signals, allowing us to examine the potential trade-off in signal elaboration and the current associations with signal use...” Kabir et al
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Brett Rickard Oct 29
Deer have been hammering this food plot. Oats, rye and clover. A simple combo that seems to be working very well for us.
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Phys.org Biology Oct 29
To save threatened plants and animals, restore on farms, ranches and other working lands
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Emma Regan 🐝 Oct 29
A morning well spent. Beautiful. 🌍
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American Bird Conservancy Oct 27
see the world-differently, and the reflection of glass buildings and loss are serious threats. You can help make your community safer for birds by sparking a dialogue with your local officials using this model ordinance:
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Land Open Access Oct 28
-Wise Connectivity Takes Sustained Engagement by Morgan Gray, Elisabeth Micheli, Tosha Comendant and Adina Merenlender
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Wetland Knowledge Exchange Oct 28
Join us today at 12:00 PM MST with and the McMaster Ecohydrology Lab as they present on managing at risk through . Register here:
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Sustainable Conservation Oct 28
California's facing serious challenges, but there's hope. We're celebrating 5 years of critical made possible by the HRE Act - and looking ahead to the future
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Nicole Rycroft Oct 23
Celebrating the elusive snow leopards on . They play a key role in their ecosystem as both top predator as well as an indicator of the health of their high-altitude . If snow leopards thrive, so do countless other species.
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DesLandTrust 9h
In just three years, over 8,000 native plants have been added to the restoration area at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. Thank you volunteers for digging, planting, and caring for these new plants!
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Mrs M🌱 10h
Just been tidying up the garden. Clearing some dead Lemon Balm from against the house & loads of little critters emerged! It’s amazing how much habitat even the smallest wild patches create. PLEASE don’t leave your gardens too tidy!
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Northwest Swan Conservation Association Oct 28
Visit the Northwest Swan Conservation Association website to get a downloadable identification brochure! Get all the info on Tundra and Trumpeter swans here:
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Bridie Allan Oct 29
New paper out looking at the effects of exposure and degradation on the survival of coral reef fish. Bringing the connections to coral reef fish research
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📚 🦄 Cheryl 🐾 🧢 Oct 28
We’ve Built Enough To Stretch To The Sun- But Still Don’t Understand Their Effects Here On In A Recent Paper, Argue It's Time For A New Field: "Fences are...
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Kathy Jones Oct 29
Cool factsheet on Typical Small Wetland Design with Sediment Capture Area. In addition to capturing sediment, these small provide .
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