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2014/04/14 17:31
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A new study from the Wildlife Conservation Society finds that several iconic Adirondack birds are in trouble, with declines driven by the size of their wetland habitats, how connected these wetlands...
2014/04/14 17:31
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2014/04/13 17:23
2014/04/13 17:23
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Former Dunedin conservation biologist Ross Sinclair took a similar path to thousands of New Zealanders heading off on his "big OE", only he did not get much past Papua New Guinea. Twenty years on, he...
2014/04/12 18:15
2014/04/12 18:15
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Wild elephants on the edge of existenceShrinking habitats caused by encroachment of forest areas is at the root of the conflict between farmers and the wild animals ‘Stop the truck and turn the...
2014/04/11 15:34
2014/04/11 15:34
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Marine scientists keen on finding patterns of coral decline and persistence in gradually warming oceans have a complex challenge: how to save reefs containing the most diversity with limited...
Read more at redOrbit, PhysOrg
2014/04/10 17:40
2014/04/10 17:40
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A new study from the Wildlife Conservation Society finds that several iconic Adirondack birds are in trouble, with declines driven by the size of their wetland habitats, how connected these wetlands...
2014/04/09 12:38
2014/04/09 12:38
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This morning Belgium joined the U.S., France, Gabon, China, Zambia, and the Philippines when it became the latest nation to destroy its ivory stockpile. One and a half tons of ivory was pulverized on...
2014/04/07 17:48
2014/04/07 17:48
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TUPPER LAKE - The highest museum exhibit in New York won an Award of Merit in the 'Innovation in Interpretation' category from the Museum Association of New York. Awarded at MANY's annual conference...
2014/04/07 15:17
2014/04/07 15:17
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Poll: NY Voters Overwhelmingly Support Statewide Ivory Ban 80 percent of New Yorkers favor a ban on ivory sales Available for logged-in reporters only Survey shows that more than 80 percent of New...
2014/04/06 02:45
2014/04/06 02:45
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LAMPI ISLAND, Myanmar — Off a remote, glimmering beach backed by a lush tropical forest, Julia Tedesco skims the crystalline waters with mask and fins, looking for coral and fish life. “There is...
2014/04/04 20:38
2014/04/04 20:38
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Afghanistan announced the creation of its second national park this week, a new protected area that is 25 percent larger than Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. Wakhan National Park encompasses...
2014/04/03 19:17
2014/04/03 19:17
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Fences Cause "Ecological Meltdown Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsScience Don’t fence me in! Study in Journal Science Says: fences can cause “ecological meltdown” of...
2014/04/03 17:18
2014/04/03 17:18
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Congo Gets Tough on Wildlife Traffickers Major bushmeat seizure and two key arrests Available for logged-in reporters only FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Survey: New York Voters Overwhelmingly Support...
2014/04/03 16:22
2014/04/03 16:22
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At long last, crews will soon break ground There appears to be room once again for The L train was rated cleanest in New To paraphrase that folk song from the 1960s: City parkland near Citi Field...
2014/04/02 19:05
2014/04/02 19:05
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It's thought to be the most-trafficked mammal in the world, but few people know that it exists. I recently introduced CNN Digital readers to the pangolin as part of my Change the List project, which...
2014/03/31 14:31
2014/03/31 14:31
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A pair of new studies from the Wildlife Conservation Society, Idaho State University, and the University of Nevada Reno look at the surprising variety of factors that prevent two closely related...
2014/03/31 11:30
2014/03/31 11:30
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Amitie — Marine scientists in the Seychelles are propagating and replanting corals resistant to bleaching in the hope of replacing destroyed reefs in the western Indian Ocean with ones that are more...
2014/03/31 11:30
2014/03/31 11:30
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... the last four years we have propagated resistant corals from scratch and in the last few months we have been involved in transplanting them from the garden nurseries to the actual restoration...
2014/03/27 18:42
2014/03/27 18:42
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After finding that two closely related species, the desert and Bryant's woodrats, could interbreed and produce hybrid offspring, scientists set out to determine why only 14 percent of the population...
2014/03/26 21:39
2014/03/26 21:39
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Scientists seeking a more efficient way of protecting the heart of Africa's wildlife—the Greater Virunga Landscape—have developed a method to make the most of limited enforcement resources, according...
Read more at PhysOrg, Science Daily
2014/03/26 11:48
2014/03/26 11:48
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Dinosaur Safari: Mysteries Revealed will open at the zoo on April 12. The narrated ride will feature more than 30 animatronic dinosaurs that move, snarl and roar, spread across two acres, according to...
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