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Invitation to Professor Jeff Ollerton's "Extinctions of aculeate pollinators in Britain"

In preparation for a conference in Sweden next week, Professor Jeff Ollerton is giving a sneak preview of his 20 minute conference presentation. And he would love some feedback! 29 more words

Events

Suni part 2: Mark

‘Toughie’ the last Rabbis gliding Tree
Frog
‘Qiqi’ the last Yangtze River dolphin, died 2002
Japanese sea lion… none left
Caribbean Monk seal…none left
Bali tiger…. 140 more words

Mark

Danse Macabre

My husband loves watching horror movies. I’d rather go outside where the real action is.

Earlier this year I posted a picture of tiny lacewing eggs… 506 more words

Culture

Who is the GreenMillennial?

97% of climate scientist agree that climate change is man-made. 50% of Earth’s wildlife has been lost in the last 40 years. 1.4°F. That is how many degrees the average global temperature has increased over the last century. 324 more words

Climate Change

Have You Ever Visited A Wildlife Conservation?

Hey all!

Wildlife conservations are a great demonstration of why we are so passionate about taking care of our environment. There are so many different conservations to visit, so I’ll take time to describe one in particular! 282 more words

Jacob

Suni: Mark

It is so sad that ‘Suni’ one of the last Northern White Rhino’s died last Friday at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.
Now there are 6 left in the World… 76 more words

Mark

Monday Moaning

Why?

Why?

Why?

Why do we have to be such bastards?

Development could lead to extinction of rare Australian bird

The critically endangered Regent Honeyeater could be at risk of extinction if plans to develop an industrial estate in New South Wales in Australia goes ahead, experts have found. 227 more words

Monday Moaning