#wildanimals

The pied avocet. It was extinct as a breeding species in Great Britain by 1840. Its successful recolonisation at Minsmere, Suffolk, in 1947 led to its adoption as the logo of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. #rspb_love_nature
#avocet #birdsinart #UK #nikond800e #wildplanet #spingwatch #wildanimals #bbcspringwatch @bbcspringwatch #birds #birdlovers #birdwatching # #birdsofparadise #birdsong #birdsofinstagram #birdshot #birdphotography #nature #your_best_birds #planet_birds #ig_discover_birdslife #animalshots #natures_perfection #wildlife #king_shots #featherperfection

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Again... he loves them haha.
- Bob the bearded dragon.

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#cute #cat #wildlife #wildanimals kept as #pet This inspired me to #writer my #scifi #scifibook #scifibooks Starship "Apple of Discord". Volume 1 coming soon!

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Denne familie i Vietnam lever af at dyrke rejer i dambrug. Rejeopræt kan være en usikker indtjening for familierne. Fx i forbindelse med sygdomsudbrud i rejedammene. Når det sker mister familien hele høsten. Med støtte fra #danida arbejder WWF i Vietnam sammen med lokale om at sikre de fattige familiers levevilkår via såkaldte koorperativer, hvor flere familier går sammen om at dele erfaringer, udgifter og indtægter. Samtidig er nogle af de første familie-opdræt nogensinde blevet ASC-certificeret. Det betyder, at deres produktion er mere ansvarlig og bæredygtig. Det er skånsomt mod naturen. Med en mere bæredygtig produktion er der mindre risiko for sygdomsudbrud, og det er klart en fordel for familierne. Samtidig åbner en ASC-certificering for salg i flere markeder og bedre priser.
#ASC #wwfdk #verdensnaturfonden #animals #nature #vildmednaturen #wildlife #animallover #savenature #wwf #greenenergy #grønenergi #organization #wildanimals #mothernature #togetherpossible #MakeNatureGreatAgain #bæredygtigudvikling #sdgs
#dkaid #cso

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~ CYNEFIN ~ 'welsh' (n) a place where a person or an animal feels it ought to live and belong ; it is where nature around you feels right and welcoming 🌿☘️🐿

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According to the Department of Conservation, five killer whales have died after a pod of six stranded at Cape Runaway in the eastern Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. By the time DOC had been notified about the stranding, four orcas had already died, with a fifth large orca meeting its demise after a refloating attempt failed. One young calf, believed to be "a couple of metres" long, was successfully refloated but it is feared the young orca will not survive alone. Joe Rua, who has worked with the Department of Conservation on previous strandings, said he had been involved in whale rescues in the area for 30 years, and in his experience it was unusual to see six orca strand together. It's planned the orcas will be buried after the New Zealand Orca Research Trust establish and accquire what information and samples they may need.
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Caption: @be_humane
Photo: Sally Kemp / Whale Rescue Org

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The Great Hamster of Alsace..😍🤗

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