Tag Archive | "conservation"


Vanishing Species

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

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Created to draw attention to the fact that more than a million species could be driven to extinction within 40 years due to deforestation and climate change. It’s a powerful short film and definitely worth seeing.

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Stroking a two-toed sloth

Sunday, November 30, 2008

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Stroking a two-toed sloth

It's a long way from Warwick Parkway Station in the West Midlands to Rio Cristalino Jungle lodge at the Northern edge of the huge Central Brazilian State of Matto Grosso. And it takes a three-day journey to get you there - to what is now the Southern edge of the vast Amazon Rainforest.

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Monteverde Cloud Forest

Friday, August 1, 2008

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Monteverde Cloud Forest

42,000 acres of beautiful cloud forest in Costa Rica. It is managed by the Monteverde Conservation League with money raised by children and their supporters all over the world, and is home to a huge range of plants, animals, insects…

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Bilsa Reserve – Ecuador

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

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Bilsa Reserve – Ecuador

Located in the Mache Mountains in the northwestern coastal province of Esmeraldas, in Ecuadorhe, the Bilsa Biological Station is a 3,000 hectares (7,410 acres) nature preserve and a center for field research and environmental education in northwestern coastal Ecuador. Founded…

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Rincon Rainforest

Monday, May 19, 2008

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The best place to find out about the Rincon Rainforest is on Dan & Winnie Janzens website. These guys have been running the organisation who have aggregated all the donations from around the world to save this rainforest. And they have…

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