Darci Palmquist is a senior science writer for The Nature Conservancy. Previously she served as editorial manager for nature.org, the website of The Nature Conservancy, as well as for the Conservancy's e-newsletter. She is based in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Can saving nature also help lift people out of poverty? A new Conservancy study finds a simple and scalable solution for grassland communities around the world. More
You could call this bird cheeky and fickle. New research finds that the golden-cheeked warbler prefers specific tree types—and in specific quantities—for its winter forest habitat. More
A new study says “yes” and offers a road map for getting there. But it's going to take a lot of hard work, cooperation and innovation… find out what the solutions are. More
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For the second week in a row, Flickr user mllehmann is the photographer behind our favorite nature shot. Great job! And thanks for sharing your spectacular photography with The Nature Conservancy’s Flickr group! See all of The Nature Conservancy’s featured daily nature images—submitted to the Conservancy’s Flickr group by people like you—at my.nature.org. And get inspired […] More
Is your glass half-full or half-empty?
Actress Sophia Bush and more than 40 other Team Nature Conservancy runners had a blast at the July 31st marathon... and they raised nearly $100k for conservation! More
Hurricanes, dams, droughts, singing frogs and cartoons...
Is this glowing red-tailed hawk a vision? Flickr user lmorrisCT‘s photo has an ecclesiastical quality that just might make you a believer… in the wonder of nature. Thanks for sharing it through The Nature Conservancy’s Flickr group! See all of The Nature Conservancy’s featured daily nature images—submitted to the Conservancy’s Flickr group by people like you—at […] More
Let's hear it for sharks!
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