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Listen, and You Might Actually Hear Climate Change

Listen, and You Might Actually Hear Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 3, 2016 0

The image of a polar bear stranded on an ice floe. Herds of thousands of walruses hauled out on land, deprived of their sunning platforms of choice: sea ice. Videos from NASA simulating how

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Eco-Avengers: Just Monkeywrenching or Ecoterrorism?

Eco-Avengers: Just Monkeywrenching or Ecoterrorism?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 26, 2016 8

When timber framer Will Elwell heard that a natural gas pipeline was going to run through his town of Ashfield, Massachusetts, he decided to take action by making a visual statement. Inspired by Henry

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Dogs May Be Our Best Conservation Aids

Dogs May Be Our Best Conservation Aids

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 26, 2016 25

Radio collars, GPS tracking devices and remote-controlled drones—when it comes to monitoring wildlife, it’s easy to get caught up in high-tech devices. It turns out, however, that our best tool for endangered species conservation

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Is Ringling Brothers Really “Retiring” Its Elephants?

Is Ringling Brothers Really “Retiring” Its Elephants?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 19, 2016 0

Circus elephants in Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey shows got good news last week when it was announced on January 11, 2016, that they would be retired in May. That statement follows a

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Happy Holidays 2015: Whales under the Northern Lights

Happy Holidays 2015: Whales under the Northern Lights

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 24, 2015 4

As we reflect back on 2015, we have to admit it’s been a tough year for the world. Biodiversity is being lost, droughts continue and wars go on. But there is also much to

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Wildlife Roundup – Top 5 North American Animals You Can Still See in the Wild

Wildlife Roundup – Top 5 North American Animals You Can Still See in the Wild

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 19, 2015 0

1. Grandpa what big horns you have I’ll never forget the first time I came across a giant moose – I was maybe 10 or 11, canoeing with my dad in the shallows of

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