Tag: black footed ferret

Spotlighting Black-Footed Ferrets in South Dakota

Written by | October 18th, 2012

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Conservancy staffers recount their efforts to help save populations of the endangered — and very elusive — black-footed ferret in South Dakota.

Battling Back From ‘Extinction’

Written by | January 18th, 2011

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As a child he read that they were gone forever. Thirty years later he watched three of them run past his feet in the wild. Matt Miller tells an amazing tale of recovery and hope.

The National Parks-Nature Conservancy Connection

Written by | October 6th, 2009

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Tom Cassidy is director of of The Nature Conservancy’s federal land programs. America’s national parks are a constant in my life, both with my family and my work as the Conservancy’s director of federal land programs. And sometimes the parks, the Conservancy and my work and family come together…as in June 2008, when I traveled […]

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, August 5

Written by | August 5th, 2009

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No worries about climate change, says one of our hot green links of the morning — evolution will just speed up and help us all adapt! Except if you’re a frog, or a polar bear, or a person who lives on a coast or an island or who depends on snowmelt for your water supply […]

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