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Contrary World: Science Education, Pipelines and Wildlife

Contrary World: Science Education, Pipelines and Wildlife

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 7, 2017 2

Now, when I wake up in the mornings, I feel as if I’m just about to step foot into a truly either-or, binary-only, black-or-white, contrary world; a world where every advance forward in science

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Mama Bear & Her Cubs

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Mama Bear & Her Cubs

Kendal Bower February 25, 2017 1

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a sweet moment between a mother brown bear and her cubs. Photographer Chris Dennard,

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Warming Oceans Due to Climate Change Causing Seabird Deaths

Warming Oceans Due to Climate Change Causing Seabird Deaths

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 14, 2017 4

Recently, in late 2016, hundreds of tufted puffins washed up dead on shores along the Bering Sea in Alaska. Earlier last year, tens of thousands of dead common murres were found on beaches from

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NEW TRIP: Photographing Polar Bears in Kaktovik, Alaska

NEW TRIP: Photographing Polar Bears in Kaktovik, Alaska

Nick Grossman February 6, 2017 0

High above the Arctic Circle, along the remote northern coast of Alaska, lies the small Inupiat village of Kaktovik. This tiny hamlet, surrounded by the famed wilderness of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, is the

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Where’s That Salmon

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Where’s That Salmon

Kendal Bower January 27, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a coastal brown bear in Alaska. Photographer Brad Starry watched this bear at Lake

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Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 3, 2017 12

We’ve closed the books on 2016. It’s natural to want to assess the past year, now that we’ve made it through to the end. In the past 12 months, there has been some significant,

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