By National Geographic - Dec 5, 2018
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ON CAMPUS INITIATIVE UNLEASHES SPIRIT OF EXPLORATION AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
National Geographic Explorers traveled to Miami, Florida, on Nov. 9 and 10 to speak at the inaugural National Geographic On Campus...Traveling, Event, Miami, Travel, blog
By National Geographic - Dec 5, 2018
SUMATRAN RHINO RESCUE MARKS ITS FIRST CONSERVATION MILESTONE
On Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018 the government of Indonesia announced the rescue and relocation of a female Sumatran rhino in Kalimantan....blog, conservation, featured, Indonesia, national geographic society, rhino, Sumatran Rhino Rescue
By National Geographic - Dec 2, 2018
EXPLORING SANCTUARIES AND MPAS USING THE TRIDENT ROV
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By National Geographic - Nov 30, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: HERONS, EGRETS AND BITTERNS
Herons, egrets and bitterns as a group are varied and have a worldwide distribution, but are common in the tropics. These wading birds...Europe, Africa, Asia, Beauty, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, birdlife, bittern, egret, heron, wildbird
By National Geographic - Nov 28, 2018
UNCOVERING SECRETS TO CORAL SURVIVAL IN A CHANGING CLIMATE
Reef-building lace coral provide habitats for many species of fish. ©Shedd Aquarium/Ross Cunning By Grace Klinger, Science Communication...Food, Home, Changing Planet, climate change, coral, coral reef, genome sequencing, Shedd Aquarium
By National Geographic - Nov 23, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: OWLS
Owls are characterised by an upright stance, binocular vision, and flight feathers that are adapted for silent flight. In many species...Family, Delhi, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, birdlife, owl, wildbird
By National Geographic - Nov 20, 2018
JAGUAR CONSERVATION ON THE CONTINENTAL SCALE
By John Polisar As a college student, my summer wages were earned clearing trails in the premier wilderness areas of the American Mountain...Wildlife, Business, Model, Look, Models, Americas, big cats, cats, conservation, Convention on Biological Diversity, jaguar, stronghold, sustainable development goals, transboundary, United Nations, wilderness
By National Geographic - Nov 19, 2018
ALL HANDS ON DECK: A GRASSROOTS APPROACH TO OCEAN EXPLORATION
By Jessica Perelman , PhD Student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa “95% of our oceans have never been explored.” This is a statistic...Human Journey, Conference, deep oceans, oceans, research, science, wildlife, women in science
By National Geographic - Nov 19, 2018
IN SHARM EL SHEIKH, A TIME FOR ACTION ON BIODIVERSITY
By Susan Lieberman Sharm el Shekih, Egypt The global community has gathered in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt for the Conference of the Parties...Wildlife, Health, People, International, Wellness, biodiversity, climate change, conservation, Convention on Biological Diversity, ecosystem, Indigenous peoples, ocean, wilderness
By National Geographic - Nov 16, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: NOVEMBER
2018 is year of the bird, a project launched by National Geographic with the aim of increasing awareness about birds and the threats...Life, Beauty, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, birdlife, wildbird
By National Geographic - Nov 14, 2018
HONDURAS LEADS CENTRAL AMERICAN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE
By Jeremy Radachowsky By now, we recognize that deforestation and fossil fuel emissions impact polar bears in the Arctic and raise...Single, People, Health, Central America, Changing Planet, cattle, cattle ranching, clean water, climate change, deforestation, drought, forest fire, Honduras, jaguar, ranching
By National Geographic - Nov 9, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: FLOCKS
Birds will often form aggregations known as flocks when they feed, or fly. The benefit of doing activities as part of a flock is that...Collection, Beauty, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, flocks, wildbird
By National Geographic - Nov 6, 2018
STUDENTS OFFERED CREDIT FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ONLINE COURSE
The National Geographic Society is pleased to announce an innovative partnership between National Geographic Education and the University...Guide, Human Journey, courses, education, Geo-Inquiry Process, National Geographic Education Fellows, professional development
By National Geographic - Nov 5, 2018
CRACKS IN THE FUTURE OF THE ANTARCTIC
Last week governments met in the southern reaches of Hobart, Australia to make decisions on how to manage the vulnerable icy waters...Celebration, Celebrity, Beauty, Australia, Design, Changing Planet, Antarctic, Antarctica, CCAMLR, climate change, fisheries, Geopolitics, Southern Ocean, wilderness
By National Geographic - Nov 2, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: SEED EATING BIRDS
Seeds come in all shapes and sizes, and are an important part of the diet for many bird species. This variety in seeds has thus led...Beauty, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, seed eating, wildbird
By National Geographic - Nov 1, 2018
CRIME-SOLVING INSECTS THREATENED BY CLIMATE CHANGE
By Marlene Cimons Climate change has spurred the spread of invasive insects that devour crops, destroy homes , and spread disease....Home, Food, Changing Planet, Wildlife, climate change, Flies, insects, migration
By National Geographic - Oct 27, 2018
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND, THIS LAND IS MY LAND: CAN WE COEXIST WITH WOLVES AND KIN?
Residents of the city of Thompson in Manitoba, Canada, have largely accepted the presence of wolves, as artwork on a Thompson building...City, Moscow, People, Wildlife, carnivore, conservation, coyotes, environment, fox, jackal, Norway, predators, science, Slettas, urban, wolf, wolves
By National Geographic - Oct 26, 2018
TOP 25 WILD BIRD PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK: BLACK PLUMAGE
Many birds make use of black plumage, whole or only partially. In feathers it is melanin pigments that produce the black to reddish-brown...Beauty, Asia, Wildlife, bird photography, birding, black plumage, wildbird
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