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Group rallies to keep Burnaby heritage forest on track

Mother Nature reclaimed the Old Interurban forest in Burnaby decades ago – and a group of concerned residents would like it to stay that way. 251 more words


Fish assemblages can change rapidly along coast as water warms

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A modest warming of coastal waters can have a significant impact on juvenile fish assemblages in a period of just a few years, a newly published study has found, raising concern about the potential effects of climate change. 687 more words

Green Living

In an age of humans, can the arts save the planet?

The rapid decline of the global environment is an inescapable fact. The Earth’s major oxygen sources, coral reefs and rain forests, are disappearing along with the species that live in them. 1,167 more words



Its because we are busy with the assessment of leopard (Panthera pardus) density and population size via a capture – recapture framework in an island bound conservation area in Namibia. 314 more words

Leopard Safari

Give by choice not compulsion

Out staff gave us a voucher for two nights at Awaroa Lodge for our 25th wedding anniversary.

It’s in Abel Tasman National Park and not somewhere you go by accident so it took us a while to redeem it but it was well worth the wait. 557 more words


Is British wildlife important?: Grey seals Is British wildlife...

Is British wildlife important?: Grey seals

Is British wildlife important? It’s a good question. David ventures to the Lincolnshire coast to mull over the answer in the company of grey seals. Enjoy!

By: Eco Sapien.

Podargidae - The frogmouths

Ah yes, that blog I was going to write every week! Whoops. Slightly late but I’ll be trying to catch up with four this week! We’ll see how it goes. 817 more words

Taxonomy Challenge