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Top 10 Things I Learned about Nature in 2014

Top 10 Things I Learned about Nature in 2014

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 30, 2014 20

The year 2014 is now in its final hours.Traditionally, during these last, waning days, we look back on what kind of year we just had, what we accomplished and what we could have done

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Video of the First Federally Protected Wildlife Corridor: the Pronghorn Path

Video of the First Federally Protected Wildlife Corridor: the Pronghorn Path

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 16, 2014 18

For nearly 6,000 years, pronghorn have made an annual migration from their summer range around the highlands of Grand Teton National Park to their wintering grounds, located about 170 miles south in the sagebrush-covered Upper Green

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Video: Wildlife Corridors from Around the World

Video: Wildlife Corridors from Around the World

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 2, 2014 19

Food, water, shelter and the freedom to travel—these are the fundamental needs of wildlife. In fact, according to the National Wildlife Federation, for many species that last-listed essential could mean the difference between survival and

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Half Earth: Could Setting Aside 50 Percent of the World for Wildlife Really Work?

Half Earth: Could Setting Aside 50 Percent of the World for Wildlife Really Work?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 23, 2014 21

Although experts have been warning of an imminent sixth mass extinction for almost four years, to date most conservation appeals for battling the crisis have been, at best, attempts to stem the tide. None

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Wildebeests No Longer Hold the Record for Longest Terrestrial Migration: Zebras Take Over the Title

Wildebeests No Longer Hold the Record for Longest Terrestrial Migration: Zebras Take Over the Title

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 10, 2014 9

Africa’s Great Migration has long been a symbol of the continent’s abundant wildlife. The Serengeti Plains fill with millions of wildebeests and other animals, all traveling from the Ngorongoro region in Tanzania to the

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