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La Fauna Silvestre de la Ciudad de México

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En la Ciudad de México existen aproximadamente 2254 especies silvestres, lo que incluye insectos y otros artrópodos, anfibios, reptiles, aves y mamíferos.

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- Sep 20, 2020
Mexico City’s Wildlife

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Mexico City is home to approximately 2,254 wildlife species including insects and other arthropods, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

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- Aug 31, 2020
Beach Mornings

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Here on my sliver of Covid-cleared beach, among the tracks of crabs and the prints of plovers and scattered scraps of human carelessness, a larger story of wonder and waste is opening. It’s one we live…

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- Jul 31, 2020
The Durrell Effect: How Animals Define Humanity

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Jane Goodall speaks of her dog Rusty as her greatest teacher; Gerald Durrell wrote of his dog Roger as his constant companion. Although I don’t have a dog, I do have a menagerie of other animals that inspire…

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- Jun 17, 2020
Red Wolves: Hanging in the Balance

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Gravel crackles under my tires and horseflies ping off the windows as I slow to a stop beside a mound of black bear scat, near the northeastern edge of North Carolina’s 152,000-acre Alligator River National…

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- Apr 19, 2020
La Terre Vue Par Les Enfants

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En 2012, le photojournaliste Reza Deghati a collaboré avec IDEA (International Dialogue for Environnemental Action) pour lancer le concours international de photographie, festival et exposition «Children's…

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- Mar 29, 2020
“May I Ask What You Are Doing?”

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Be you a beetle enthusiast who’s inseparable from your sweeping net, a petal-counting wildflower aficionado, or a lichen lover prone to presenting (with nose to the ground) their posterior anteriorly,…

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- Feb 27, 2020
Evidence of Hope

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Truth: we are facing global challenges on an unprecedented scale. As a seasoned reporter on United Nations negotiations in sustainable development, I was clear that now more than ever, there is a need…

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- Jan 15, 2020
Saving the Behemoth of the Ice: The Polar Bear

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With the melting of the world’s ice, the future of the greatest land predator on earth — the polar bear — is very much in jeopardy.

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- Dec 21, 2019
Searching Forgotten Wetlands for the Mountain Chorus Frog

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Those three words are on my mind as I slosh around in a wetland behind the lodge at Virginia's Breaks Interstate Park. The pool isn't much, taking up no more than thirty square feet and its water only…

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- Nov 20, 2019
Livable Shorelines

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Choctawhatchee Bay encompasses a large estuary along the Florida Panhandle, a watershed that stretches across Okaloosa, Walton, Washington and Holmes Counties before extending into Alabama.

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- Oct 23, 2019
Bees, Balm and Biodiversity

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Three years ago, beekeeper Moira O’Hanlon was taking care of her mom, who had advanced dementia. Her mother’s skin was in really bad shape but her doctors kept prescribing chemical-laden lotions that didn’t…

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- Oct 01, 2019