Sometimes in the waves of change We find our true direction. 🎬 Matt Hume https://t.co/dht5GdZqf7
The story of Bruce’s Beach shines a light on a troubling time in American history, when the government illegally seized properties owned by people of color https://t.co/tgilsTRlMI
The Indian Youth Service Corps is a new partnership-based program providing education, employment and training opportunities to Indigenous youth through conservation projects on public and Indian lands and Hawaiian homelands. https://t.co/OuVenWMxAc https://t.co/edAp8feLrU
Good news from the peregrine falcon family in Rockford, Illinois! The pair have fledged three young this year: two females and one male. Young have been leg banded to help biologists study movements, behavior, life span and more! Photos courtesy of Gordon Garcia. https://t.co/GGkYzV2YX2
A baby gorilla and several newborn African forest elephants were spotted in Dzanga-Sangha—a biodiversity hotspot in the Central African Republic. Get the details: https://t.co/ToWYzEmc2X. https://t.co/7ADtvK5Qrf
Learn more about how the Tla-o-qui-aht have pushed to regain sovereignty in our July issue https://t.co/qgGP4jgD7r
Ever heard of stalactites? They're the icicle-looking rocks hanging from the ceiling of a cave. But how do they grow from thin air? 🧐 Find out more in this episode of The Test Lab on YouTube 👉 https://t.co/RscauD8igV https://t.co/3gXw1k7uoK
As government leaders head into #UNOC2022, leading fisheries expert and Oceana board member @DrRashidSumaila told @MarloweHood at @AFP that “If we don’t do the right thing, we might end up with a dead ocean.” #SaveOurOcean #UNOceanConference https://t.co/LYSwj9yzv8
"The Greatest Lava-Fueled Love Story Ever Told" – Rolling Stone From National Geographic Documentary Films and NEON, see the explosive FIRE OF LOVE exclusively in theaters July 6. 🌋❤️ https://t.co/C0hsJs6rSl
Primarily piscivorous? That’s quite a mouthful (of fish)! Many bird species are piscivorous, meaning that their diet is almost entirely made up of fish. This common loon is piscivorous and likes to feed on bluegill, yellow perch, and other sunfish. Photo: Steve Gifford/USFWS https://t.co/HhBhL1zpLj
Highlighting the recovery of Nuu-chah-nulth, the Tla-o-qui-aht tongue, language activitist Timmy Masso displays two masks—one with no mouth to symbolize the loss of the language, one with an open mouth to show its revival https://t.co/zmijA12Q8K
#WATCH: @Oceana campaign director @GibBrogan discusses the need for urgent action to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales. "The whales can't afford to have a single entanglement." https://t.co/Ud3W2PZGSd Via @SpecNews1SoCal https://t.co/ntVoxQQeYh
The latest book by Charles Clover, “Rewilding the Sea,” tells stories of what can happen when governments, scientists, conservationists and fishers work together to protect and restore the ocean, generating hope for the future. https://t.co/LCowXwddCH https://t.co/GvnxbTtci0
The conservation potential of the Randall Preserve not only depends on state agencies and researchers but also on cattle ranchers who have been stewarding the land for decades. All of these people have the same end goal: Having very happy land. https://t.co/Uz8nj41tuE
#30DaysWild continues & we’ve teamed up with @Birda_org to connect with nature & find our flock🐦 Record your bird sightings for 3 days in the 3 in 30 Days Wild Challenge to be in the draw for these brilliant prizes. Download the free app today https://t.co/xn0GD3kxJV T&C’s apply https://t.co/QJ5LjkJgYh
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