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Captain Sandy Yawn Jun 22
PLS rethink how you celebrate! What goes up must come down. No more balloon releases.
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Oceana Jun 22
For your next celebration, skip the balloons. According to a recent study, balloons are the deadliest form of plastic debris for seabirds. This , pledge to :
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Oceana Jun 22
When you were ready for to arrive, but not the hot weather.
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 22
It’s , so can we all just take a moment and look at this FACE? ✨
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The Explore Floor Jun 22
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Places And Books Jun 22
Anything you like in this weirdly eclectic mix? 📚 🤔 The pic today is for and showcases some of the unusual and wonderful covers from my orange spine penguins. Daphne, Ralph and Jean are my…
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Edin Whitehead Jun 20
Replying to @KBSpangler
Baby little shearwaters are the actual cutest
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Lorna Gill Jun 22
For this week I thought I’d I introduce you to some of Island’s chicks
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WitmerLab Jun 22
There’s so much science here that we’ve studied (esp. w/ & )—gaze stabilization, ocular sunshades, shoulder-locking mechanisms, automatic wing extension—but this is just poetry. Also, more proof that albatross are the best!
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Alys Perry Jun 22
Nice sightings of a black guillemot feeding in Ramsey sounds this afternoon!
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Sand Cloud Jun 22
🐧 Did you know? The naturally northernmost penguin species Galapagos penguin, which lives year-round near the equator on Galapagos Islands.This penguin regularly crosses the equator into the Northern Hemisphere as it swims while feeding.
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The member formerly known as missi r Jun 23
Please consider this next May and stop the balloon release
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Selena Flores Jun 22
With their gigantic size and expansive wingspan, albatross still effortlessly soar past…spectacular grace. /
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R and R Books Jun 22
Has anyone come across this before? Here's the cover of the Penguin paperback edition of The Scarlet Sword by H.E. Bates - open up the book and inside it's Fair Stood the Wind for France!
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RangerJaneL Jun 22
Lovely sail around trip with . Thousands and thousands of guillemots with a chick who will jump off the cliffs anytime now tat are called jumplings! Loads of fluffy kittiwake chicks in nests visible from the boat and .
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Jason Gilchrist Jun 21
OK, next instalment of 'whose feet are these?'... Or, if you prefer, 'whose ass is this?' Isle of May, Firth of Forth, Fife, Scotland.
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Forever Fox Jun 22
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Puella Legit Jun 22
Really looking forward to finally reading Cold Comfort Farm on my upcoming trip.
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Maximiliano Daigre Jun 22
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