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Hurray for Hippos!  | Explore

[ad_1] Oxpecker and hippo enjoy a nap Today let’s celebrate the stars of the show at Mpala’s live cams—HIPPOS! There has been a resident pod here for decades. So established are they that surrounding communities and ranches refer to the location as THE hippo pool. Nestled in a bend of the Ewaso N’Giro river, this […]

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Nine weeks and over 140,000 signatures

[ad_1] https://e-activist.com/page/76784/petition/1?ea.tracking.id=WCL This petition has now passed 140,000 signatures and may very soon pass 141,000 signatures. The wording of the introduction has changed and the way the counter works too – that may please some readers of this blog. Please sign #stateofnature petition https://bit.ly/3kjLIsX – thank you! Likes(8)Dislikes(0) Get email notifications of new blog posts […]

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[ad_1] Each year, Nature Canada ramps up to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day on May 8. This year’s theme; Sing, Fly, Soar — Like a Bird, is the perfect way to reflect on birds’ long migratory journey and the efforts that go into making sure these beautiful creatures can do so safely. Last year, we […]

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Guest blog – The impact of moorland burning on air quality in the Hope Valley, by Mike Joseph

[ad_1] Michael Joseph lives and works in the Peak District. He moved there in 2014 from London and enjoys cycling and running in the area. He has been involved in several projects over the years including the Bradwell Hydro Project and the Hope Valley Air Quality project, both of which were funded by the Peak District […]

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Guest blog – HS2, Natural England and Jones Hill Wood, by Dominic Woodfield

[ad_1] Dominic Woodfield is the Managing Director of Bioscan, a long established and well-respected consultancy specialising in applied ecology. He is a life-long birder, a specialist in botany, habitat restoration and creation and in protected fauna including bats, herpetofauna and other species. He is also a highly experienced practitioner in Environmental Impact Assessment and Habitats […]

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Free comment – Mark Avery

[ad_1] Use this post to comment on any events of the last week or so. It would make sense to start your comment with a heading but after that, whatever you like provided it is fair comment and in good taste. Likes(0)Dislikes(0) Get email notifications of new blog posts [ad_2] Source link

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[ad_1] Last week’s Climate Summit, hosted by the United States and attended by forty world leaders, was a source of hope to those who are passionate about nature. The Summit was an important step towards mobilizing international ambition in the lead-up to the UN negotiations on the Paris Climate Accord slated for later this year […]

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Breakthrough for Nature & People — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

[ad_1] Both the Climate Commitment Act and Clean Fuel Standard crossed the finish line in the waning hours of the 2021 legislative session, the culmination of years of effort from advocates including The Nature Conservancy. Lawmakers, in Olympia and across the state on Zoom, sent the two bills to Governor Inslee’s desk, where they await […]

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Sunday book review – Much Ado About Mothing by James Lowen

[ad_1] I’m not much of a naturalist, just a half-decent birder and formerly a better than half-decent ornithologist, and so I walk around the natural world missing most things. Birds are easy, even if you don’t look at them they shout, beautifully, at you. Butterflies are great, partly because they are fairly manageable in numbers, […]

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Press release – SCOTLAND the big picture

[ad_1] Chain of rewilding ‘stepping stones’ to tackle Scotland’s nature and climate crises Regenerating Scots Pine woodland, Glenfeshie, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. Photo: SCOTLAND: the big picture A chain of nature-rich hotspots bringing together a diverse group of estates, farms, crofts and community-owned land is to be created across Scotland with a new rewilding network […]

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