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These Endangered Birds Are Forgetting Their Songs
Biology

These Endangered Birds Are Forgetting Their Songs

Australia’s critically endangered regent honeyeaters are losing what amounts to their culture—and that could jeopardize their success at landing a mate...

4 hours ago — Christopher Intagliata

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National Park Nature Walks, Episode 5: A Northwoods Voyage
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National Park Nature Walks, Episode 5: A Northwoods Voyage

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The Black Lives Matter Movement

The Black Lives Matter Movement
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What began as a call to action in response to police violence and anti-Black racism in the U.S. is now a global initiative to confront racial inequities in society, including environmental injustice, bias in academia and the public health threat of racism.

February 2, 2021

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In March 2020 Ruth DeFries finished a manuscript more than five years in the making. It turned out to be both prescient and prophetic. In this document, the Columbia University professor argued that global crises are now inevitable because of the complexity and interconnectedness of our modern civilization...

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These Endangered Birds Are Forgetting Their Songs

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