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The canoe seemed stable enough. I hoped it was, because I really didn’t want to end up in the drink. My wife Kim didn’t either for obvious reasons. 1,282 more words


Can coastal wetlands survive sea level rise?

New USGS study IDs path for wetlands migration

Staff Report

Ecologically critical tidal wetlands along the U.S. Gulf Coast are being swallowed up by rising sea level and coastal development, but they expand inland if planners consider climate change in their equations. 622 more words


Another step forward

The Wonderful Wildlife of Samloem is always trying to find the next step we can take towards improving the mentality towards nature in Cambodia. We have already made informative… 175 more words

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Best beaches of the Konkan Coast

Ganpatipule Beach

Distance from Pune: 316 Kilometers

Ratnagiri Maharashtra

6 h 6 min

A must visit place for each lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and pilgrims as well. 18 more words

The Magic of Cuba's Coastal and Underwater Treasures

By Eduardo Najera and Fay Crevoshay.

The WILDCOAST team carried out an expedition to Cuba in September with a film crew from “Por el Planeta”, a national news program on Mexico’s Televisa network. 1,334 more words

When we talked about Bantayan Island. Obviously, what comes in your mind is a white sand beach. Lets admit it! 😃 Guys! Bantayan Island is not just all about beaches but they have got an Eco park where you can experience and learn something new. 430 more words


Linkin Park Visits Mexico To Bring Awareness To Mangrove Conservation

Linkin Park band members, Rob Bourdon and Dave ‘Phoenix’ Farrell, visited Magdalena Bay, Mexico to learn about the Mangroves conservation project.

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