The Long Shot: Saving Western Bats
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The Long Shot: Saving Western Bats

(intense techno music) – Double duty today with Coke and coffee. (laughs) Long night ahead. We are meeting the students later at the park, and it’s a great habitat for the species that we’re looking for, which is the Yuma myotis. And that Yuma myotis is the one that we’re focusing on for this project. […]

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2019 Bird of the Year announced
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2019 Bird of the Year announced

The votes are in and 2019 has its Bird of the Year. The hoiho, or, yellow-eyed penguin, has taken out the highly sought-after top spot. The penguin was neck-and-neck with the kakapo for most of the competition’s voting period only just edging ahead in the final few days. It’s the first seabird to take the […]

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It’s Time to End Unfair Treatment
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It’s Time to End Unfair Treatment

this is what we have to do to earn a living and defeat our families we’ve been farming here this land for seven generations now we’re here at my mom and dad’s house but just out the window there’s the field that was targeted by NRCS as a wetland back in 2008 sent a letter […]

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Hummingbirds Must Eat or Die
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Hummingbirds Must Eat or Die

Hummingbirds are truly high-performance birds. They are adapted to get the fuel they need to run, which is flower nectar. And all their systems are tuned on a razor edge to support that function. Let’s learn about the racecars of the bird world – hummingbirds. Food The most important thing to understand about hummingbirds is […]

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