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UNESCO set to determine whether Great Barrier Reef is 'in danger'

UNESCO is set to decide whether the Great Barrier Reef, a site of immense ecological importance and natural beauty, is endangered.

Scotland: Rare Highland birds in focus for new Conservation Week

Findhorn - Scottish conservation charity Trees for Life, engaged in a long term project restoring the ancient Caledonian pine forest, has announced a new conservation week with the focus on iconic and rare birds of the Scottish Highlands.

Black bear visits downtown Sonora

Sonora - Spring has fully sprung in the California foothills and nature is taking its course. For the City of Sonora that also means visits by less than welcome guests.

Prince William makes impassioned plea to save endangered species

Bangkok - Representatives of 177 countries gathering in Bangkok for the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, (CITES), received support, yesterday, from Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, second in line to the British Crown.

Worldā€™s oldest reproductive orangutan in captivity dies in France

Nantes - Major, believed to be the world's oldest reproductive orang-utan in captivity has died at a zoo in western France, aged 50.

Video: Manatees pay a surprise visit to Florida beach-goers

Fort Lauderdale - Fort Lauderdale beach-goers were treated to an unexpected and pleasant surprise Sunday when a group of manatees joined a crowd of swimmers enjoying the shallow surf.

Op-Ed: Earth Hour 2012, Saturday 31st March ā€” One Hour for the Planet

On Saturday 31st March, between 20h30 and 21h30 local time, wherever you are in the world, the lights will go out ā€“ or at least Earth Hour 2012 will be encouraging you to switch off...

Op-Ed: Nature Conservation, Social Media and the Internet

There are few things as powerful as the written word. Once a subject has been printed, black on white, it is magically transformed to the accepted authoritative truth, regardless of whether it is plausible or truthful.

Conservation on Wheels - mobile biodiversity education

A mobile project to create better awareness and promote education of biodiversity and its importance especially rural communities and kids has been started in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.

Addo Elephant Park fence comes down

The elephants of the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, can now move about more freely after a length of fence was removed between two sections of the park.

Captured poacher sheds light on living in 'bush kitchens'

In poaching terms, a bush kitchen is a temporary shelter hidden away in the bush. It's a location from which a poacher can store meat, hide, and lay low for an extended period of time before and after checking his snares.

Op-Ed: Crime by the Moon

The impact of the Sun and Moon and the times in which they influence the amount of natural light, can have a significant impact on rural crimes. Various groups of criminals have vastly different Modus Operandi in executing their criminal plans.
 

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