Rare Breeds Preservation in Bulgaria
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Rare Breeds Preservation in Bulgaria

Linking Nature Protection and Sustainable Development Project With the support of Bulgarian-Swiss Cooperation Programme present High peaks, green meadows, herds of sheep… This is what travelers found in Bulgaria a century ago. RARE BREEDS PRESERVATION In an article on Bulgaria from 1932, National Geographic Magazine states that there are 10 million sheep in the country! […]

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Roseanna Gamlen-Greene – Researchers Revealed
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Roseanna Gamlen-Greene – Researchers Revealed

My name is Rosanna Gamlen-Greene, I’m a National Geographic Explorer, and a PhD student at UBC in John Richardson’s lab. I’m researching the only indigenous amphibian on Haida Gwaii, the Western toad. Locals are concerned because they don’t see it around as much, and I want to figure out why. I’m also doing a genetic […]

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What’s the Buzz about Bees?
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What’s the Buzz about Bees?

Bees are crucial for agriculture, food production and the economy So what’s the buzz about bees? Bees visit flowers to drink nectar and collect pollen, bringing back to feed to the baby bees. As a bee gathers pollen, it also moves pollen from flower to flower kickstarting the production of seeds and new plants! This […]

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