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Salt Point (Part One): A Sea of Fruiting Bodies

Winter always beckons us to camp at Salt Point State Park, on northern California’s wild Sonoma coast. This rugged stretch of shoreline has for centuries been home to… 767 more words


Close Encounters with Avian and Serpentine Kin, Copalinga

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Published in Gringo Tree, July 2016

I am an environmental artist. That means that the focus of my work as and writer and painter is the natural world and human impact upon it. 1,563 more words


Big Bird Race 2018 is open for registration

WWF-Hong Kong’s longest-running supporter event, Big Bird Race, is now open for registration! The event involves local and overseas bird-watching teams attempting to spot and record the greatest number of bird species in a 12-hour period. 250 more words

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Public testimony on allowing fishing and hunting licenses to be carried on cell phones is today!

HB260, sponsored by Representative Dan Saddler HB260, allows anglers and hunters the opportunity to carry an electronic version of a fishing and hunting license instead of a paper copy. 229 more words

Fish Politics

Nature comes first in Wales

We are pleased to report that the National Committee UK’s intervention with UK members of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) , along with others with similar views, seems to have led to the withdrawal of the more damaging aspects of a set of proposals advanced by the Welsh Government in their ‘Sustainable Management of Natural Resources’ consultation at the end of last year.

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We're back from Redonda!

The trip to Redonda was a huge success and even more importantly, the restoration project is going tremendously well! Last year, Redonda was dusty and dry, overrun with goats and rats that were mowing through the vegetation and hurting the islands’ unique mix of plants and animals, including three endemic lizards. 276 more words


Ecologist Interview

Anusha Shankar, pursuing a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution in New York, talks about taking the path less travelled, and how it changed her life. 646 more words