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Resolutions that help protect biodiversity

Happy New Year! I can’t believe it is 2013 and that I’ve been blogging for one year now! Whether you believe in New Year’s resolutions are not, most people like to improve themselves in some way and a new year … Continue reading

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Very cozy tigers!

Very cozy tigers!.

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Walk the line to biodiversity!

When habitat gets fragmented, or broken up, it can be difficult for species to get from one place to another- like coyotes attempting to get from one forest patch to another through a bunch of houses! In conservation, we often look … Continue reading

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Mini-Superheroes and other fun insect facts!

Why do I call insects mini-superheroes? Well, E.O. Wilson put it well when he said (to paraphrase) without invertebrates we humans wouldn’t last more than a few months. This is because insects play so many roles in ecosystems and so … Continue reading

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