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Erik Hoffner 2h
I just published the latest podcast, a replay episode about a bird that itself does replays: mimicking hawks, possums, camera clicks, even wind in the trees, listen to our researcher's incredible recordings of the superb lyrebird here:
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Mongabay 2h
110,000+ signatures: Petition inspired by Mongabay story on a threatened PNG island keeps growing: wrote that a company hopes to log 40% of Woodlark Is. old growth forests and replace w/ tree plantations: a gold mine is also proposed.
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awaldstein 4h
"conservationists are our environmental doctors" Learned to love during our Honu the CryptoKitty launch a year ago. Kept on reading and supporting this diverse community. A rich person’s profession? Young conservationists struggle to make it
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David Gordon 7h
"Who speaks up in court for a dolphin or a turtle when its habitat gets polluted?" activists in push to expand of
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Mongabay 4h
Enjoy the superb lyrebird’s song, dance and incredible vocal mimicry [AUDIO]: They have a beautiful song & also mimic everything from predators and possums to squeaky trees and other songbirds: *even the clicks of camera shutters* are 'replayed' by them.
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Kristina Meek 10h
We need to shift our priorities. Conservation should not be "a rich person’s profession." via
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Shreya Dasgupta 13h
I can't cure plant blindness. But at least I can interview scientists who study the strange world of plants we know so little about. This time, it's plants, incl orchids, that grow on dark forest floors, have given up photosynthesis, steal food from fungi, & sometimes never bloom
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Mongabay 6h
On Peru’s border, the Tikuna tribe takes on illegal coca growers:
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Gloria Dickie Aug 19
Arctic sea ice has been melting fast this summer, but it looks like, barring another Arctic cyclone, we'll come in second for lowest September extent in the satellite record. via
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Mongabay 8h
Philippine bill seeks to grant nature the same legal rights as humans:
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James Fair 15h
Is the solution to reducing the scale of the wildlife trade a root and branch reform of CITES ? My report for
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jeremy hance Aug 19
Island, off the coast of PNG, is home to dozens of species found no where else and an indigenous population with a unique culture. So, should we log the shit out of it? , , Please, consider signing to help:
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Mongabay 10h
2019 in line for second lowest Arctic sea ice extent record:
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Mongabay 15h
Be like this hyrax who's alerted every time we publish a new video, just click to subscribe to our Youtube channel:
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Mongabay 19h
[India] Tigers are vanishing outside protected areas in the northeast:
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Mongabay 22h
Connecting an island: Traveling the Pan Borneo Highway:
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Mongabay 24h
Colombia: Indigenous Yukpa besieged by deforestation and armed conflict -
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Mongabay Aug 19
Mysterious plants that thrive in darkness, steal food: Q&A with botanist Kenji Suetsugu -
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Justin Catanoso Aug 18
A fabulous, insightful work of environmental journalism in a Peruvian region I know well and believe, like the writer, is critical to conserve. the right people are involved. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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jeremy hance Aug 19
Incredible piece by one of my interns with ! Great reporting and a happy story
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