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Nathalie Aall’s Rainforest Reality

Nathalie Aall, who recently received her masters in biological sciences (with a focus on herpetology) from West Virginia’s Marshall...

Jaguar Spotted in Tucson Mountains!

Ok, it’s a jaguar made by of old clothes and scrap fabric, but it’s a beauty… and it’s growing every day! I hope you’ll join me and...

Details of Jaguar Head and Tail…

I thought it would be sweet to share some of the little details of biodiversity within the jaguar’s home range (from the Amazon to...

Velvet Deals With the Oil Spill

D.O.C. – Te Papa Atawhai Ranger Trudi Ngawhare was sad to send a a message recently that due to the situation with the Rena in Tauranga...

Velvet Competes with Rugby World Cup!

At well over 40 meters and growing (so much that the postal service is afraid of us!) Velvet recently appeared at the Sir Edmund Hilary...

Mataroa School Gets the Eely Word Out!

The Eel Woman did not have the pleasure of visiting Taihape and the kids at Mataroa School.  However, their freshwater-conservation-minde...

Eel Kissing!

Yep, not only did their teacher, Rowena Bullen, kiss a local eel but fellow teacher Robyn Donnelly and their wee youngsters created a...

Kaitiakitanga Abounds

Cathie Christensen comes from a family that has been kaitiaki for native bush just to let biodiversity thrive for over 70 years. She grew...

Runanga’s Eel and Bubble Wrap

Blair Trish and her gang it Runanga did a lovely job with their piece of the tuna: Including the infamous Bubble Wrap Fellow: It’s on...

…and she grows…

EnviroSchool kids in several Canterbury schools worked together on this sweet panel:  Thanks Waimataitai, Carew Peel, Ashburton Schools...

The Angel is in the Details!

Any successful project has that one person that hides in the background, doing most of the hard work that goes un-noticed, but makes...

 

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