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SR3 Jun 14
We're otterly glad it's Friday, are you? Once hunted to extinction in our area, the northern is making a come back along the coast. This is crucial to the overall health of ecosystems. Photo: NOAA
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Coyote Watch Canada Dec 21
Eastern coyote mates on frozen lake. when left to thrive, coyotes mate for life. Family connections are everything; survival, kinship, partnership, guardianship.
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Will Smith Sep 9
Cassowaries are crucial for the dispersal and germination of rainforest fruit trees, like the cassowary plum, which is only dispersed by cassowaries. One study suggests some tree species are 90% more likely to germinate after passing through a cass.
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Megan Ottens-Sargent Jun 7
, & - What it takes to protect an ecosystem- Judges Agree: They Otter Be Free | Earthjustice
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Dr. Faisal Moola Apr 10
In what could be a precedent setting case, a group of Indigenous elders plans to take Ontario Gov. to court citing infringement of Treaty Rights over ongoing use of forest herbicides that impact wild berries & medicinal plants
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Web of Life Children's Books Mar 16
We received our first advance copy of AT HOME WITH THE BEAVER: THE STORY OF A KEYSTONE SPECIES. It looks great! You can even see the orange endpapers peeking through.
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DamStupid Aug 29
Replying to @dam_stupid
This is just another friendly reminder of what we’re fighting for. As go the salmon, so go the orcas. And bears. And forests. Wildflowers on alpine hillsides. Zooplankton nourishing our rivers. As go the salmon, so goes the PNW’s ecosystem.
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Grant Auton 30 May 18
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Dia Mirza 20 Feb 18
To see a in his natural habitat amidst biodiversity is perhaps one of the most incredible sights to behold. India needs her Tigers.
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Tim Jensen Aug 2
Replying to @GovInslee
Your office told me today that you support the most effective and cost-efficient way to recover salmon: removing the lower Snake River dams. But that’s not mentioned here. You need to publicly declare your support for getting rid of deadbeat dams.
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Rosie Emery Jun 5
Good! After years of legal wrangling, Ottawa moves to ban shark fin imports | CBC News
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Michael Havrda Mar 1
Behold busy beaver builders building big beaver buildings! Lots of photos of these two beavers bringing foliage down into the water - such a cool species and really important for overall ecosystem functioning.
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Harley $ Quinn 16 Nov 17
What if was referring to a person or persons being a keystone species in the ecosystem that is the swamp of the swamp
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Paul White 5 May 18
My first ever camera trap footage of a beaver. Before locating the camera I did a survey of the river bank close to the beaver's dam and found a good position next to a well used slipway
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alyson🌻 2 Oct 17
Today I argued with a teacher about why bees are a vital species in our environment
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ERA, Indian Ocean Oct 23
Bats provide ecological keystone roles as pollination and seed dispersal of many trees that are themselves keystone species such as figs or canopy trees that fulfill ecosystem engineer roles to myriad species.
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Defenders of Wildlife 23 Dec 17
Prairie dogs, a known for creating vast tunnel systems & being the primary food for the black-footed ferret, are losing protections: via
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Mark SalaMandica Dec 1
No matter how you look at a — they are amazing. This engineers the ecosystem and provides essential microhabitat for many species — including our beloved This handsome fella is a recent addition to our educational programs
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Ian Redmond Aug 24
Why is one of the most important sciences for the 21st century? are in & essential to limit , . SAVE THE PRIMATES TO SAVE THE FOREST TO SAVE THE WORLD.
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Grant Auton May 29
Happy ! have the largest Geographic range of all 13 species of around the world. We are so lucky to have them back.
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