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Holy Cow!

“The saiga, a critically endangered Asian antelope species, has been decimated by a mysterious, fast-moving disease. In the past two weeks, more than third of all saigas have been killed, conservationists have found. 65 more words

Nature

Sea Turtle Message

For the last few weeks sea turtles just keep appearing in my way everywhere I go… Nontheless seeing that magnificent huge sea creature this morning, made me wonder if there is any deeper meaning to all this, so I looked it up… 301 more words

Wildlife

Mangrove Forest Loss - What?

We’ve all heard about the loss of the rainforests or the loss of the coral reefs. But, What about something we don’t hear that much about? 296 more words

The birds of Nevada's Sagebrush Sea

This week, Dispatches from the Field is pleased to welcome back Matthew Podolsky, biologist and co-founder of Wild Lens, to wrap up our month-long series about fieldwork in remote and isolated places.   1,472 more words

Field Biology

10 California Drought Myths Debunked

May 29, 2015

SF Gate

Summary: Reporter Amy Graff tackles 10 myths regarding the California drought with help from UC Davis’ Jay Lund, a drought researcher and professor of civil and environmental engineering. 7 more words

2015