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The Land of Enchantment

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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
Taos Youth Biodiversity Art Project: Giving Children a Global Voice

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Join our eager interns as they work to educate children about the natural world and the need to protect it through art.

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- Oct 17, 2011
Conservation Group Sues NPS Cypress Management Plan

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A conservation organization has filed suit against the National Park Service, accusing the government agency of failing to protect critical Florida panther habitat in Big Cypress National Preserve. The…

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- Oct 14, 2011
Connecting Habitats: Thinking like a Roaming Species

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Large animal species like wolves and bears require vast amounts of land to find food and mates. However, their habitats have become increasingly fragmented as development encroaches on once-wild areas.…

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- Oct 10, 2011
The Spirit of Crow Creek

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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
Studying Visitors at the Gorilla Exhibit

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At Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, researcher Beth Kelley studies humans interacting with gorillas. Her studies tell us much about ourselves as primates, as well as illustrating what interests us about other…

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- Aug 31, 2011
Ecosystem Services: A Solution to Extinction

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Here is the theory: by assessing the true monetary value that plants, animals, and ecosystems hold for the health of humankind, policy-makers are more likely to respond to their rapid degradation.

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

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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
For the Birds

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When asked about what inspires his art, photographer Geraint Smith smiles and pauses thoughtfully. “I like to be in the present with my photography,” he says, shading his eyes from the New Mexico sun.…

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- Feb 01, 2011
Student of the Horse

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"I'm not a horse whisperer. I am a student of the horse. Our body language becomes the curious discourse of give and take, of pressure and release, direct and indirect -- a dance if you will," explained.…

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- Sep 24, 2010