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Want to help bird conservation? This weekend, just grab a notebook, a field guide and binoculars if you have them. Head out to a local park or look outside your window. And start counting birds.
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New research draws on historical data — including accounts from early explorers — to map the former extent of Australian shellfish reefs.
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At first glance, the Devils Hole pupfish would rightly be considered one of the most isolated creatures on earth, but the broader world touches the pupfish in surprising ways. Everything's connected.
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Seaweed farming is often viewed as the pinnacle of sustainable aquaculture - but ensuring sustainability is incredibly complex.
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Spring has certainly not arrived, so why have the robins? Share your observations with Journey North.
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"For me as a black southerner who loves nature, the freedom of wildness is worth a life's weight in gold."
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Is encouraging kids to treat nature as fragile and untouchable doing more harm than good?
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Recovery of the smalltooth sawfish is going better than expected, but public ignorance can still imperil these fish.
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By partnering with rice farmers in California, the Conservancy is transforming fields into pop-up wetlands for migrant shorebirds, yielding the largest average shorebird densities ever reported for agriculture in the region.
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To feed the world in 2050, we will need to grow roughly 40% more food. To be sustainable, we need our farms to survive and keep producing food, while also protecting the environment that we rely on to sustain us all.
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