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The Trembling Giant – 80,000 year old aspen

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
The story is the same everywhere you look: we are losing our trees, be them ancient, tropical, deciduous, coniferous and home to so much of life on our planet. Is there a tree…

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v0.8.2: The check is in the mail

Originally posted on Edit Flow:
Happy to let you know that v0.8.2 is out and available from WordPress.org! This is a minor bug fix and maintenance release that introduced a number of fixes and improvements you can read about here (so…

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Norway set to cull two thirds of its wolf population

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
In a controversial plan, Norway is set to cull more than two-thirds of its remaining wolves due to apparent harm inflicted on sheep flocks by the predators. The wolf population in Norway is estimated…

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International Day of Forests

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
This week the world celebrated the International Day of Forests. Conservation International released a beautiful film highlighting the rampant destruction of the world’s forests.

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Women in conservation

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
Today is International Women’s Day and a perfect time to highlight just a few women who have contributed to conservation including, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall, Wangari Maathai and Rachel Carson. These women have contributed…

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World Rhino Day

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
World Rhino Day is on September 22 and celebrates all five species of rhino: Black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos.  Species of rhino. From the top left clockwise: the Javan rhino,…

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Snaring Wildlife – A loss of lives and limbs from snares

Originally posted on A Changing Wild World:
Snares are not discriminatory and dangerous. They are a huge problem for wildlife in developing countries, however, very little is heard about the serious effects they cause. Snare being removed in Budongo Forest,…

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