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Nature Conservancy

http://blog.nature.org/

The Nature Conservancy has developed a comprehensive blog that focuses on environment and wildlife news in the media. Their Cool Green Morning feature is especially engaging.

Featured Post
by Matt Miller over 3 years ago
Lose the Memory, Lose the Fish
by Matt Miller over 3 years ago


Costa Rican Conservation Network

http://costaricanconservationnetwork.wordpress.com/

The beautiful island of Costa Rica is home to a rich and rare assemblage of wildlife. Thankfully, this blog stands to advocate for the plants and animals of the community.

Costa Rican snapper fishery enters international sustainability assessment
by Andy Bystrom over 2 years ago

ConservationBytes

http://conservationbytes.com/

This blog provides energetic and punchy conservation news. It provides an international focus to the move to boost biodiversity.

Disadvantages of marine protected areas
by CJAB over 1 year ago
Biowealth
by CJAB over 1 year ago

Scat!

http://www.conservationnw.org/scat

This blog is dedicated to animal and habitat preservation in the Northwest of America. Beavers and prairie dogs get their conservation due here.

Monitoring small mammals on I-90
by Hailey Starr over 3 years ago
First tracks of I-90 success this season
by Jen Watkins over 3 years ago

Alaska Conservation

http://alaskaconservationblog.com/

One of our two non-contiguous states boasts one of the world's richest and most famous wildlife populations. This blog wants future generations to be able to witness it.



Fauna and Flora International

http://www.fauna-flora.org/blog/

This blog convinced us that the future indication of great humanitarianism will be shown in an improvement of biodiversity. It desires for humans, plants, and animals to all coexist in peace.


The Conservation Report

http://conservationreport.com/

This site offers commentary on the latest environmental news. If anyone's qualified to give their opinion on the topic, it's Buck Denton. He's been a Peace Corps Volunteer, traveled around the world as a researcher and National Marine Fisheries Service observer, maintained the role of instructor biologist, and is currently a third year law student.


Conservation Maven

http://www.conservationmaven.com/

This site's dedicated to bringing its readers the latest conservation research and news. We love its video library and daily conservation news roundup.


A Conservation Blog

http://consblog.org/

A Conservation Blog is comprised of students with an avid interest in the ecology universe. Just because they are students, Tim Bean and his cohort’s perspective and stance on ecological issues should not be taken lightly. This blog is especially thought provoking.


Worldwatch Blogs

http://blogs.worldwatch.org/nourishingtheplanet/

From "A"pples to "Z"ucchini, Danielle Nierenberg blog is all about sustainability and an ecological healthy globe and Nourishing the Planet blog steers you right to it. Somewhere between informing inhabitants and trying to do away with hunger across the world this blog brings a glow of warmth to your sole.


Ian Lunt's Ecological Research Site

http://ianluntresearch.wordpress.com/

This Australian ecologist, Ian Lunt, lives to blog about his “endangered ecosystem” and what needs to be done. His blog Ian Lunt’s Ecological Research Site is crammed with projects, publications and proof that one person can make a difference ecologically.

Helping nature adapt to a new climate
by Ian Lunt over 1 year ago
Live tweeting at academic conferences: time to move on?
by Ian Lunt over 1 year ago

DANTAisms

https://dantablog.wordpress.com

Our mission is to preserve tropical ecosystems through global social and environmental education and support of local conservation enterprises.


John Boswell

http://www.because76mpg.com

A blog about nothing, everything, and motorcycle commuting.