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Stacey M. Hollis
Tropical naturalist guide, environmental writer & field biologist. Passionate about birds, research & conversation. Published in
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Stacey M. Hollis Sep 17
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Stacey M. Hollis Sep 17
I just published “A lofty goal, but I love it!”
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Stacey M. Hollis Sep 15
Check out my blogpost (link in bio!) introducing my new digs here at Casa Cayuco where I’m working as a naturalist guide, helping with guest services and slinging drinks at the bar!…
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Senator Bob Menendez Sep 13
You’re right, Mr. President. The Hurricane didn’t kill 3,000 people. Your botched response did.
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Stacey M. Hollis Sep 11
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Sean Bogle Aug 27
The Goshute Mountains in Nevada are an "Island in the Sky" for migrating birds of prey. This short film we produced in partnership with Hawkwatch International showcases the important research going on at this site.
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 24
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 21
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 21
Strawberry Poison Dart Frog (Blue jeans-ish variety) along my forest hike on Isla Bastimentos (aka home..).
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 21
This is what is going through. Right. Now. Red Tide: Florida's Plague via
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 14
hey! Thanks for such a cool citizen scientist app! Quick question, I couldn’t change the year. Can we upload old photos?
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 13
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 12
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 12
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 12
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Stacey M. Hollis Aug 12
A walk along Siesta Key Beach. Today. Red tide isn’t uncommon across the years, but this year has been the worst yet. Following big storms years (hurricane Irma) that flood lake Okochobe…
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