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Australia: A Gallery of the Micro
Australia: A Gallery of the Micro

by Tannyr Carnes

Australia is home to some of the most unique landscapes in the world. Join Voices for Biodiversity’s Tannyr Carnes as she explores the country through its smallest details.

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- Jan 14, 2012
Hidden World: Photography of Mark Lightfoot
Hidden World: Photography of Mark Lightfoot

by Mary Bates

Approximately 70 percent of the Earth is covered by water. For most people, the creatures that inhabit this alien world are hidden from view. Diver and photographer Mark Lightfoot wants to bring them into…

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- Dec 19, 2011
From Botswana
From Botswana

by Sophy Burnham

Thank you for joining us in reading these Field Notes from writer Sophy Burnham, an award-winning playwright, novelist, and nonfiction writer whose books have appeared on the New York Times bestseller…

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- Nov 01, 2011
The New Face of Wildlife Filmmaking: a report from the 2011 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
The New Face of Wildlife Filmmaking: a report from the 2011 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival

by Kathryn Pardo

Join Kathryn Pardo on her journey to the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. She explores numerous newcomer films and takes a look at one of the new, unofficial themes of the festival: conservation.

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- Oct 30, 2011
The Land of Enchantment
The Land of Enchantment

by Alan Pearlman

Join photographer Alan Pearlman as he explores the contrast between the developed and the pristine in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment.

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- Oct 23, 2011
The Mozambique Horse Safari
The Mozambique Horse Safari

by Oriane Lee Johnston

In 2010, Oriane Lee Johnston Googled the terms Africa, Horse and Volunteer, ready for a new adventure. What she found was the website for Mozambique Horse Safari, complete with some of the most beautiful…

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- Oct 02, 2011
The Spirit of Crow Creek
The Spirit of Crow Creek

by Matt Kasik

The intense poverty and complicated social issues facing the Lakota people are ominous reminders of their historical hardships. In spite of such difficulties, hope for prosperity endures. The Lakota tribe’s…

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- Sep 26, 2011
Mustangs:  Icons of the American West
Mustangs: Icons of the American West

by Altaire Cambata

Feral. Wild. Pests. The American mustang, as much as it is an iconic figure and symbol of the spirit of the American West, has always suffered a controversial relationship with the United States.

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- Aug 01, 2011
Bird Calls
Bird Calls

by Tara Waters Lumpkin

Bird song, I discovered, is different in southern Africa from anywhere else that I’ve traveled in the world -- louder, more melodic; an orchestra rather than a few musicians chirping. The meadow lark,…

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- Jun 06, 2011
Amphibians
Amphibians

by Jessica Gottlieb

To see a photo of a tiny glass frog, perched on a leaf peering curiously back at the viewer, one would think that Robin Moore has been a photographer all his life. In reality, Robin has only been taking…

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- Jun 06, 2011
Elephants in the Garden
Elephants in the Garden

by Daniel Long

Writer Daniel Long speaks to farmers in sub-Saharan Africa about the human-elephant conflict. Drought and shrinking habitat have pushed elephants onto much of the same land that communities use for food…

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- May 03, 2011
In Africa’s Wake
In Africa’s Wake

by Kathryn Pardo

Inspired by books such as Out of Africa and Flame Trees of Thika, photographer Beth Henry set out to capture the wildness of Africa through the lens of a camera. Once there, she will tell you, the continent…

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- May 03, 2011