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Weekly Times
City school-leavers look to future in agricultureeast, was certain she would do something in humanities when she left high schoo
Weekly Times / Posted 14 hours ago
east, was certain she would do something in humanities when she left high school. “I loved theatre, drama, history and biology, so I assumed it would be something in the arts or possibly marine ­biology,” Georgia said. “I was a bit of an... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Surfer Coleman Buckley designs hydrofoil surfboards in Santa CruzColeman Buckley surfs on one of his hydrofoil designs. (Carolyn Liikala -- Cont
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Coleman Buckley surfs on one of his hydrofoil designs. (Carolyn Liikala -- Contributed) SANTA CRUZ >> Some days, when the surf is up, Coleman Buckley can be found around Cowell Beach, riding waves a foot above the water like Aladdin on a magic... Read more
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Canberra Times
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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The Age
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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WA Today
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Chasing Bayla - Michael Moore's quest to save the right whaleto save. It had come down to this. Thirty meters,” Dr. Michael Moore called ou
Boston Globe / Posted 6 days ago
to save. It had come down to this. Thirty meters,” Dr. Michael Moore called out. Moore braced himself against the steel of the Zodiac’s platform tower as the boat closed in on the whale in the heaving Florida waters. Through the rangefinder, he... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Meet the teacher: Laura MooreTeacher, coach, mom and Moore Lauren Estes-Velez Hartselle Enquirer Anyone w
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 7 days ago
Teacher, coach, mom and Moore Lauren Estes-Velez Hartselle Enquirer Anyone who has ever ventured to a softball or basketball game at Falkville High School has probably seen Laura Moore on the sidelines coaching. The 14-year teaching veteran and... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
Freshman’s climate change efforts go from local to nationalDelaney Reynolds, a freshman at the University of Miami, doesn’t go to parties.
The Miami Hurricane / Posted 8 days ago
Delaney Reynolds, a freshman at the University of Miami, doesn’t go to parties. She sacrifices trips to the beach in favor of working to clean them up. Reynolds does this all in the name of one thing: fighting climate change. Defending Florida from... Read more
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The Chronicle
From a doctor-turned-mathematician to an art historian teaching politics, meet some of Duke's newest facultyFor the Class of 2021, the first semester at Duke may feel too fast. Some new f
The Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
For the Class of 2021, the first semester at Duke may feel too fast. Some new faculty members also appear to echo that sentiment. This semester, Duke welcomed many new faculty members from a number of fields. These new figures on campus noted that... Read more
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CTV News
Study sheds light on little-known migration habits of iconic Atlantic puffinFREDERICTON -- They are small, ungainly and an adored feature of eastern Canada
CTV News / Posted 12 days ago
FREDERICTON -- They are small, ungainly and an adored feature of eastern Canada. But until now, little has been known about the winter travel habits of the Atlantic puffin -- the stout black and white seabird known for its grace in the water and... Read more
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Philly.com
Wind tunnel tests Jersey Shore sand, grasses for dune strengthWARETOWN — Inside an old vo-tech garage tucked deep in the New Jersey Pinelands
Philly.com / Posted 13 days ago
WARETOWN — Inside an old vo-tech garage tucked deep in the New Jersey Pinelands is a Willy Wonka-esque contraption of plywood, plexiglass, and a few high-tech components that may help engineers understand just how coastal dunes – and the dune grass... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Scientists discover resilient ‘heart’ of Great Barrier Reefefforts are under way to save the iconic Great Barrier Reef, including one proj
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 days ago
efforts are under way to save the iconic Great Barrier Reef, including one project to transplant larvae into damaged areas of the reef where the natural supply of coral larvae has been reduced or erased. © WILLIAM WEST – AFP/File Australia’s Great... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Great Barrier relief may be found in 'robust source reefs'Great Barrier Reef recovery hopes buoyed by areas that could replenish damaged
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
Great Barrier Reef recovery hopes buoyed by areas that could replenish damaged areas Most of the robust reefs are in the southern section of the Great Barrier Reef. (Supplied: Queensland Museum, Gary Cranitch) Most of the robust reefs are in the... Read more
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Newswise
Decline in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Key to Ancient Climate TransitionNewswise — A decline in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels led to a fundam
Newswise / Posted 15 days ago
Newswise — A decline in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels led to a fundamental shift in the behaviour of the Earth’s climate system around one million years ago, according to new research led by the University of Southampton. A team of... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRomance isn’t dead yet — at least not in waters off the western coast of Austra
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 15 days ago
Romance isn’t dead yet — at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of impressing them. They also... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsA dolphin follows a fishing boat in the sea bordering Tunisia and Libya on May
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 15 days ago
A dolphin follows a fishing boat in the sea bordering Tunisia and Libya on May 5, 2015 off the coast of Tunisia's southeast port of Zarzis. AFP PHOTO/FETHI BELAID (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images) Romance isn’t dead yet — at... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Dolphins mimic humans, gather gifts for girlfriendsThe animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the m
Dayton Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
The animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the mating habits of humpback male dolphins for 10 years, and they found out that they give their female counterparts gifts of marine sponges to impress them, CNN reported. >>... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Dolphins mimic humans, gather gifts for girlfriendsThe animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the m
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 15 days ago
The animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the mating habits of humpback male dolphins for 10 years, and they found out that they give their female counterparts gifts of marine sponges to impress them, CNN reported. >>... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Dolphins mimic humans, gather gifts for girlfriendsThe animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the m
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 15 days ago
The animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the mating habits of humpback male dolphins for 10 years, and they found out that they give their female counterparts gifts of marine sponges to impress them, CNN reported. >>... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsXinana and Coral used for children therapy swim in the pool on May 26, 2014 at
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 15 days ago
Xinana and Coral used for children therapy swim in the pool on May 26, 2014 at the National Aquarium in Havana. As part of a rehabilitation project dozens of disabled children with multiple conditions such as Down syndrome, autism, motor... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Dolphins mimic humans, gather gifts for girlfriendsThe animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the m
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 15 days ago
The animal world is taking a page from the human one. Scientists studied the mating habits of humpback male dolphins for 10 years, and they found out that they give their female counterparts gifts of marine sponges to impress them, CNN reported. >>... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KTXS Abilene / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KECI Missoula
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
10-year study suggests male dolphins charm females with giftsRelated content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off t
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 15 days ago
Related content (CNN) - Romance isn't dead yet -- at least not in waters off the western coast of Australia. Scientists have recently observed humpback male dolphins in the region presenting females with large marine sponges in the hope of... Read more
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Gridley Herald
Showing it is never too late to go back to schoolGraciela Gutierrez is someone to look up to, to be extremely proud of and to le
Gridley Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Graciela Gutierrez is someone to look up to, to be extremely proud of and to learn from. Growing up in Biggs, Graciela attended grammar school there and went back to school at Chico State after raising three of her four children. She was working full... Read more
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Daily Mail
New species can develop in as little as two generationsNew species can develop in as little as TWO generations, according to a study o
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
New species can develop in as little as TWO generations, according to a study of Darwin's finches Princeton researchers have been collecting DNA samples for over forty years In 1981, they uncovered a newcomer species on the island of Daphne... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
California birds nesting earlier to try to survive global warmingThe early bird not only gets the worm, but may stand a better chance of riding
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
The early bird not only gets the worm, but may stand a better chance of riding out global warming. A new study finds that birds in California are breeding up to 12 days earlier than they did a century ago, an apparent effort to maintain their... Read more
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Scotsman
'Dating agency' helps visionary Scottish biotech firms woo brightest brainsfar Scotland has come in developing its industrial biotechnology sector, then R
Scotsman / Posted 20 days ago
far Scotland has come in developing its industrial biotechnology sector, then Roger Kilburn may have the answer. He tells of attending a recent European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology. “I was presenting on investing in Scotland,” he recalls.... Read more
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Miami New Times
Rachel Silverstein and Miami Waterkeeper Save Biscayne Bay From PollutersDiego, where she grew up going on field trips to the beach and taking scuba-div
Miami New Times / Posted 21 days ago
Diego, where she grew up going on field trips to the beach and taking scuba-diving lessons with her dad. With a passion for marine life, she left Columbia University with a degree in environmental biology and moved to Miami in 2007 to study how... Read more
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The Borneo Post
World’s largest whales are mostly ‘right-handed’: studychoice is likely simple: to get as much food in their mouths as possible, said
The Borneo Post / Posted 22 days ago
choice is likely simple: to get as much food in their mouths as possible, said the report published in Current Biology. “To the best of our knowledge, this is the first example where animals show different lateralized behaviors... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
International Students Go Green Around BangorA team of 30 enthusiastic international students from Bangor University got tog
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
A team of 30 enthusiastic international students from Bangor University got together to clean the city streets. They spent three hours picking up litter around upper and lower Bangor as part of a new project called ‘Internationals Go Green’, which... Read more
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Canberra Times
Animator Drew Berry on revealing 'the wondrous nature of how our body works'Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. In bringing inner worlds to life, he has received a MacArthur Fellowship "genius grant" – and even won an Emmy and a BAFTA. How... Read more
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The Age
Animator Drew Berry on revealing 'the wondrous nature of how our body works'Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. In bringing inner worlds to life, he has received a MacArthur Fellowship "genius grant" – and even won an Emmy and a BAFTA. How... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Animator Drew Berry on revealing 'the wondrous nature of how our body works'Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Drew Berry, 47, is the biomedical animations manager at Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. In bringing inner worlds to life, he has received a MacArthur Fellowship "genius grant" – and even won an Emmy and a BAFTA. How... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Scientists Reduce Corrosion in Oil Pipelines With Local Biocidesmeans. Until now, it is estimated that the Nigerian oil and gas industry loses
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
means. Until now, it is estimated that the Nigerian oil and gas industry loses up to $765 million yearly to corrosion of oil pipelines. Professor of Petroleum Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology, Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Humpbacks don't always heed sonic warnings from warshipsa sonar-blaring ship towards their path. In some cases, the ship used a 'ramp-
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
a sonar-blaring ship towards their path. In some cases, the ship used a 'ramp-up' strategy to warn the whales — instead of turning on their sonar full blast, its volume was gradually increased. But the study found fewer than half of the whales... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
University of Chicago Professor Michael Coates: “With that kind of set of teeth, you can’t eat anything bigger than your head”× University of Chicago Professor Michael Coates describes the pre-historic er
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 27 days ago
× University of Chicago Professor Michael Coates describes the pre-historic era shark found on the coast of Portugal last... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
TX--Exchange-Football-Female Kicker,1st Ld-Writethru, TXExchange shared by the Abilene Reporter-NewsNot many high school students more
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
Exchange shared by the Abilene Reporter-NewsNot many high school students more than 350 miles from the ocean are aspiring marine biologists. Even fewer are active football players. The Abilene Reporter-News reports limit that field to females who... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Sanibel Sea School welcomes two new employeesTwo new individuals joined the Sanibel Sea School team at the beginning of the
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 27 days ago
Two new individuals joined the Sanibel Sea School team at the beginning of the month, bringing their passion of the outdoors and teaching others with them. Sam Lucas, originally from Baltimore, Maryland, joined the Sanibel Sea School staff on Nov. 1... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Female kicker for Strawn football takes pride in teamSTRAWN, Texas (AP) — Not many high school students more than 350 miles from the
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 27 days ago
STRAWN, Texas (AP) — Not many high school students more than 350 miles from the ocean are aspiring marine biologists. Even fewer are active football players. The Abilene Reporter-News reports limit that field to females who reside in towns with... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Female kicker for Strawn football takes pride in teamSTRAWN, Texas (AP) — Not many high school students more than 350 miles from the
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
STRAWN, Texas (AP) — Not many high school students more than 350 miles from the ocean are aspiring marine biologists. Even fewer are active football players. The Abilene Reporter-News reports limit that field to females who reside in towns with... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
TX--Exchange-Football-Female Kicker, TXExchange shared by the Abilene Reporter-NewsNot many high school students more
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
Exchange shared by the Abilene Reporter-NewsNot many high school students more than 350 miles from the ocean are aspiring marine biologists. Even fewer are active football players. The Abilene Reporter-News reports limit that field to females who... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
New Ogeechee Riverkeeper namedSavannahian Simona Perry has been named the new riverkeeper and executive direc
Savannah Morning News / Posted 28 days ago
Savannahian Simona Perry has been named the new riverkeeper and executive director of the nonprofit Ogeechee Riverkeeper organization. The 294-mile blackwater river flowing through portions of 22 Georgia counties is home to unique fish and wildlife... Read more
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