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Fear and Roaming in the Allegheny Highlands
Fear and Roaming in the Allegheny Highlands
Saturday night's alright for hiking? Blogger Daniel White takes to the Alleghenies for a moonlit ramble and encounters a... grizzly? Or maybe he's been reading Hunter S. Thompson a bit too much lately.

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Cool Green Science

Grouse Robot: Remote-Controlled Bird Assists Conservation
Grouse Robot: Remote-Controlled Bird Assists Conservation
A grouse robot? You bet. And no, it's not a gimmick. On the sagebrush plains of Wyoming, researchers are deploying the fake birds to study how males react to females -- and helping to protect the species in the process.

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Planet Change

Last Post from Warsaw: Climate Changing Faster Than UN Talks

The COP19 climate change negotiations lurched to conclusion over the weekend with less than inspiring results - but some notable outcomes will propel the process forward. The director of the Conservancy's California Climate Change Program shares his perspectives on the waning day of the talks.

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Nature Rocks


Inspiring families to get outdoors and explore nature. Read the Blog

Conserve California


The latest news and stunning multimedia from the Golden State. Read the Blog

Idaho Nature Notes

Idaho Nature Notes

Your source for Idaho natural history, wildlife, conservation and outdoor recreation. Read the Blog

The Big Green Apple


New York state director, Bill Ulfelder, shares insights on the Conservancy's global conservation work and his own life in New York City. Read the Blog

The Fellows' Ship

The Fellows' Ship

Follow the journey of three marine fellows working to protect Hawaii’s future. Read the Blog

The Prairie Ecologist


Essays, photos and discussion about prairie ecology, restoration and management. Read the Blog