Tag: wildlife

Lost Snakes, Returning Snails & Jellyfish Locomotion

Also in our best of the web: fire communication and conservation, NASA for the oceans, a school of stingrays, and Mr. Wizard goes to Washington.

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Centenarian Cetacean, Polar Bear Evolution & Superpolluting Scooters

Also in our best of the web: flood resilient rice, a new horned lizard, beehive fences, entomophagy and three angles on the West Antarctic ice shelf.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Snapshot Serengeti

Citizen Science Tuesday connects you to projects that benefit conservation. This week: photo safari in the Serengeti to research carnivores & their prey.

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Nanopesticides, Glacier Inventory, Brewers for Clean Water & More

Also in our best of the web: parasitic flowers, interactive whale mapping, chemical warfare in the garden, and mega preserve goes off-limits

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Voracious Crabs, Jujitsu Mouse, and the Biggest Data Yet

Also in our best of the web: blue-footed boobie decline, great koala count, wave energy deficit, and HIV-fighting coral protein

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Citizen Science Tuesday: CondorWatch

Citizen Science Tuesday connects you to projects that benefit conservation. This week: describe pictures to help scientists learn more about endangered condors.

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What Does a Baby Whale Feel Like?

Once, grey whales — called “devil fish” by whalers for their tendency to fight — were hunted ruthlessly, almost to the point of oblivion. Today, they approach boats and allow themselves to be petted. Marine blogger Alison Green gets up close and personal with these ocean giants.

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Mule Deer Migration, Fearless Fish, and Pirate Naturalists

Also in our best of the web: Of birds and rice, sloth survival, prairie aesthetics, and fact-checking the Gulf oil spill

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Pika Project

Citizen Science Tuesday connects you to projects that benefit conservation. This week: go to the mountains and take some pika pics.

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Seeds on Loan, Solar Windows & At-Risk (and Way Cool) Birds

Also in our best of the web: NOAA nods to saltwater sport fishers, springtime rattlesnake confab, golf courses for conservation, and a bit more TED-tweaking.

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Plant Zombies, Cannibal Tadpoles & the Fading Tuatara

Also in our best of the web: punk frogs, sea serpents on video, sadistic trolls (really), Masai fencing innovation, and Peter Matthiessen remembered

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Zebra Stripes, Disease-Fighting Owls, and Jellyfish for Lunch

Also in our best of the web: rattlesnake wrangling, high-end environment news, art meets climate science, and an endangered mammal that looks like an artichoke

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Of Crows and Cuckoos, Pigeons, Pachyderms, and Komodos

Also in our best of the web: A bioblitz near you, the Colorado delta gets a big gulp, never-till farming, and what Hollywood gets wrong about bugs and birders

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Mule Deer Capture: Radio Tracking Provides Critical Conservation Data

Radio tracking provides critical data as conservationists try to map mule deer migrations. But first they have to put a radio collar on the deer. Conservation scientist Holly Copeland joins a team to capture mule deer for conservation.

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Amphibian Invisibility Cloak, Resilient Bats, and Terror Birds

Also in our best of the web: taxonomy appreciation day, donor-funded science, rainwater harvesting, and snowy owls.

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Forest Dilemmas

Too many deer. Logging one tree to save another. Beavers versus old growth. Welcome to forest conservation in the Anthropocene. Beginning Monday, July 21, join us for a provocative 5-part series exploring the full complexity facing forest conservation in the eastern United States.

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