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Citizen Science #4: Reptiles and Amphibians

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Spring finally seems to be on it’s way and with it will come some of the UK’s most exotic and exciting species.

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Rhett Butler TEDxYouth

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You might not have heard of Rhett Butler, but if like me you’re interested in environmental and conservation issues you’ve probably read something he’s written.

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200th Post

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I certainly didn’t imagine I would end up writing a 200th post, but here it is.

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The Wildlife of Andalusia

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The extent of my knowledge of conservation issues in Spain could probably be summed up in two words: Iberian Lynx.

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The Power of Citizen Science [TEDx]

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Introducing MammalMAP – A Citizen Science project that aims to span an entire continent.

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Citizen Science #3: Seeking Species

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Once upon a time heroic gentleman explorers set off for strange new exotic lands on the insatiable hunt for new species.

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PADDDtracker

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Tracking Protected area Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazettement.

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Inspiring Conservation Images (update)

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The latest additions to the flickr group

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Midway: Message From the Gyre

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I’ve posted a few videos lately, but I saw this and had to put it out there.

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The Amazon (part 2)

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Many of the local people had once been hunters, regaling us with stories of their fearsome face-to-face encounters with the Jaguar.

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The Amazon (part 1)

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A spotlight burst into life, momentarily panning across the far bank, before returning us to darkness. Adolfo slipped the blade of his hand carved hardwood paddle into molasses coloured water, adjusting the course of our dugout canoe with precision developed over a lifetime plying these waters.

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Citizen Science Challenge #2: Commit Yourself

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This month the challenge is easy, and takes barely a moment. Commit yourself to becoming a Citizen Scientist by signing up to some of the worthwhile projects kicking off this year.

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