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Eating Goose Eggs and Other Culinary Adventures

Eating Goose Eggs and Other Culinary Adventures

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 13, 2010 6

The statistics regarding a worldwide climate trend toward global warming and the resultant loss of biodiversity are alarming—and attention getting, to say the least. Most of us have heard the often-quoted statement that the

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Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Wendy Redal November 15, 2010 1

While chimpanzees are struggling amidst declining habitat and bushmeat trade in central Africa, organizations like the Jane Goodall Institute and World Wildlife Fund are working to protect them. Learn more about how you, too,

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Narwhals: Helping track climate change in the Arctic

Narwhals: Helping track climate change in the Arctic

Wendy Redal November 8, 2010 0

Learn how narwhals, the odd-looking Arctic whales with single, unicorn-like tusks, are furthering climate research efforts by helping oceanographers measure wintertime temperatures of the sea beneath the pack ice in Baffin Bay

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Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wendy Redal November 1, 2010 1

Did you know a new species was found every 3 days in the Amazon rainforest in the past decade? The Amazon is the most biodiverse place on earth. Learn about some of the fascinating

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10 Ways to Save Tigers

10 Ways to Save Tigers

Wendy Redal October 7, 2010 49

On the Chinese calendar, it’s the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild. Read more, and

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Enjoy a Slothful Sojourn in Costa Rica!

Enjoy a Slothful Sojourn in Costa Rica!

Wendy Redal October 5, 2010 2

Ever heard of a sloth wrangler? That’s what caretakers of these cuddly, laid-back rainforest dwellers are called at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica. They look after the more than 75 sloths that live

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Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Lend a Hand for Public Lands this Saturday!

Wendy Redal September 23, 2010 0

National Public Lands Day is Sat., Sept. 25! Volunteer to help spruce up a small piece of the shared spaces we all love so much. Read on, and find a city or county park,

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White Lions, White Tigers, White Bears – Oh My!

White Lions, White Tigers, White Bears – Oh My!

Wendy Redal September 20, 2010 1

Ever seen a white tiger? How about a white lion? Like the creamy Spirit Bear of Canada's west coast, white lions are not albinos but unusual genetic anomalies. They're extinct in the wild, but

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