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Wildlife and Nature Reserves. Biodiversity conservation.


Themes related to wildlife include biodiversity,
conservation.



recent wildlife posts

birds nesting in November - climate change and biodiversity

sparrows and bluetit sparrows and blue tit singing in the hedgerow. Many birds are thinking of nesting, because November is so unnaturally warm (16C on the 13th November; 13C on the 20th). Tags:  wildlife, birds, biodiversity, video, nature, Cornwall

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Climate change, wildlife, Cornwall in November

Summer in November 16C in mid November; 13C on 20th November. This time last year there was ice on the ground ... and it stayed for 3 months. The Rooks are very confused - the males battling each other and nest building imminent. Tags: video, climate change, nature, Cornwall, wildlife

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climate change, Cornwall, nature, video, wildlife,
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Wildlife Wonders - rescue of baby elephant

The parent elephants salute the human rescuers! In Kerala, India, a baby elephant falls into a ditch (or an abandoned well) and gets trapped there. As the family of wild elephants watches and waits on the other side of the river, local people and forest officials use an earthmover to help the baby get out. Watch when they come running and welcoming the baby, checking whether it is fine.

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gratitude, harmony, hope, kindness, love, video, wildlife,
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Whale Protects Diver From Nearby Shark

A whale protecting a diver form a tiger shark until she gets back to her boat Tags: conservation, OurOcean, wildlife

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solar renewable energy, biodiversity and wildlife combine

full title: solar renewable energy, biodiversity and wildlife combine in green roof venture Today I discovered a very fine video from a 'green roofing' company that goes way beyond the analytical limitations of specialism to achieve many goals at once.  Nathalie Baumann and Dusty Gedge have collaborated to produce this report:  watch-greenroofs-walls-world-virtual-summit-2015-video

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biodiversity, building, renewable energy, solar, wildlife,
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biodiversity photograph prizes

Photographs taken in Ireland that won prizes in a recent exhibition: biodiversity Starlings bathing (1st prize) The photograph entitled “Riverdance” shows a group of starlings at the edge of the Corrib, outside Claddagh Hall in Galway on one of the hottest days in May. biodiversity - Fox with reflection in water Second prize in the competition was won by Christopher Howes for his

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Build a bird box for native bird conservation

How to make a birdbox An experienced woodworker shows how to build your own smart bird box. birdbox design to benefit wildlife Sussex (UK) Wildlife Trust member, Laura Brook, explains the pros and cons of different bird box designs and materials for several wild bird species. tags: biodiversity, conservation, DIY, environment, gardens, video, wildlife

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organics, soul and planet

On (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8174482.stm) the news  there is a report that organic foods show no benefit to the consumers compared what they call 'normal' foods. By "normal", they mean artificially fertilised, pest controlled etc. It seems typical of this fragmented age that the report doesn't even mention the planet or the human psyche and soul.  The organic movement started to

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biodiversity, Earth, gardens, organic, photos, soil, soul, wildlife,
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coral reef destruction, sand lizard revival

Climate change and coral reef destruction Current climate targets are not enough to save the world's coral reefs - and policymakers urgently need to consider the economic benefits they bring. Those are two of the conclusions from a UN-backed project aiming to quantify the financial costs of damaging nature. “ There's evidence that current levels of CO2 are already causing damage to reefs

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biodiversity, climate change, conservation, coral reefs, environment, gardens, lizards, popular science, wildlife,
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