The Nature Conservancy
03/27/2017 at 00:02. Facebook
“Once humans are able (and we’re close) to properly evaluate the value of nature we will also look at mangroves and realize how insane we have been to cut them down. Pretty much anywhere.”

Why the momentum for mangroves?

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The Nature Conservancy
03/26/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
For some bird species, the only time to see them on U.S. soil is a few-week window in the spring and fall. Spring migration is arguably glitzier, as both males and females are strutting their stuff in bright, colorful breeding plumage.

So where do you go to see spring migration in action? Check out our picks below, and share your favorite birding sites.

Ready, Set, Bird: 6 Spring Migration Hotspots

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The Nature Conservancy
03/26/2017 at 00:33. Facebook
Look up, down, around, and between your toes in this 360° video, and scurry along the beaches of the Solomon Islands as a baby Hawksbill sea turtle. Get a glimpse of how we’re protecting these endangered creatures throughout their entire life cycle.
The Nature Conservancy
03/25/2017 at 16:41. Facebook
The time has come, the walrus said, to put your nature knowledge to the test...

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Test Your Knowledge About Natural Wonders. Win things.

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The Nature Conservancy
03/24/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Major flooding kicked off the new year in NW Nevada. But our years-long work to heal the Truckee & Carson rivers worked just as planned during the emergency.

In Photos: Healthy Floodplains Calm High Water, Create Wildlife Habitat in Nevada

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The Nature Conservancy
03/23/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
A common landscaping shrub is dropping large mammals dead in their tracks.

Here’s what you need to know.

Is Your Landscaping Killing Wildlife?

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The Nature Conservancy
03/23/2017 at 15:25. Facebook
Want to be an ocean optimist? Take a look at the new United for Wildlife marine conservation course! [ Goo.gl Link ]
The Nature Conservancy
03/22/2017 at 12:16. Facebook
Your water comes from somewhere. Somewhere worth protecting. Happy #WorldWaterDay!
Can public lands ranching coexist with wolves & sage grouse?

Bringing to life a vision for ranching, serving as good stewards of the land and producing high-quality beef on Alderspring Ranch. #NationalAgDay

Can Ancient Herding Traditions Help Cattle Coexist with Wolves and Sage Grouse?

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When forests are able to demonstrate economic value, they are more likely to be cultivated than destroyed. #IntForestDay

Rebuilding the World’s Forests

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Improved water quality, richer biodiversity, more carbon absorption. Just a few benefits of improving soil health. #AgDay

Rethinking Soil, Reinvesting in our Foundations

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Amazing photography of skeletons like you've never seen them before.

Photographs by Steve Huskey reveal the form and function of vertebrate skeletons.

The Skeleton Revealed: Vertebrates As You’ve Never Seen Them Before

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Water is life. We must protect it. This #WorldWaterDay, explore how nature can help.

A Natural Solution to Water Security

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“It was obvious at that stage the wallaby had chewed into the marrow and the flesh. It was quite unusual.” ~ James Fitzsimons

The Weird Tale of the Carrion-eating Swamp Wallaby

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Can you guess what percentage of coral species can be found in Micronesia’s crystal blue waters? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and enter for a chance to win a $1,000 travel prize pack...

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Test Your Knowledge About The World's Natural Wonders

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The silver lining of the 'failed' effort to restore Atlantic salmon.

Recovery: Benefits of Salmon Failure

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Meet the ringtail. The off-the-charts cute critter that may be hiding in your neighborhood.

The Cutest US Mammal You’ve Probably Never Seen

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A successful breeding program has rescued black-footed ferrets from the edge of extinction, resulting in 8,500 descendants from just 18 adults over 30 years.

Return of a Ghost | Nature Conservancy Magazine

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Protecting our Earth for people and nature requires some serious science -- and sometimes, a pasta machine.

Conservation Science in Action

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Take a virtual dive with us in this 360° video and discover how growing baby corals can help restore damaged reefs and planting mangrove seedlings can shore up eroded beaches; increasing coastal resilience to stand against the impending threats of climate change.