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What urban carnivores can teach us about coexistence
http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/what-urban-carnivores-can-teach-us-about-coexistence
Researchers at the +University of Wisconsin-Madison are collaring and tracking foxes and coyotes to learn about the species and head off potential conflict with other city residents. I spent 5 days following the team around as they set and checked traps, scouted locations for trapping, and tracked radio-collared animals. Here's a detailed look at what they're searching for and why.
#urbanwildlife #wisconsin #science #scienceeveryday #foxes #coyote #wildlife #nature  
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Woww so nice jaymi
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Northern elephant seals: Just as fascinating as the lives they lead is the story of their recovery from near extinction only a century ago.
http://www.jaymiheimbuch.com/blog/2015/01/17/an-animal-of-extremes-how-the-northern-elephant-seal
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A male northern elephant seal throws his head back in a roar, warning other males from his section of the beach. These marine mammals spend the vast majority of their lives out at sea, diving to extraordinary depths for their meals. Just as fascinating as the lives they lead is the story of their recovery from near extinction only a century ago. © Jaymi Heimbuch Among the countless stories of species disappearing into the mists of ...
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This was so interesting. Thank you again.
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How would you liked to have your photography featured on Mother Nature Network? - Join MNN's Flickr Group and your work could be chosen as our Photo of the Day! http://goo.gl/9w3u39

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Cool facts and gorgeous photos (thanks to +Panthera!) of favorite big cat species. Take a break from your Monday and dive into these fascinating felids.
http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/surprising-facts-about-our-favorite-big-cat-species
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Thanks Jaymi. I love the big cats.
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Taking your dog on a bike ride to burn off extra energy is a great idea...mostly. Here's everything you need to know to ride safely: http://www.mnn.com/family/pets/stories/how-to-safely-bike-with-your-dog
#dogs #doglovers #dogsareawesome #pets
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Good advice.
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One of my favorite things to do is take my dog to the beach at sunrise for a run. And more often than not, the camera comes with me. However, I’ve been finding myself shooting the same old shots: Dog running with ball. Dog running in water. Dog running in water with ball. And if I'm bored of these shots, how can I expect an audience to endure them? And more importantly, how can I expect to grow as a photographer if I'm not trying new th...
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This post really gave me new inspiration. One of my photography goals this year is to tell a story. You gave me the tools. I really got a feel for your morning walks with your dog. Great job. Thanks again Jaymi. 
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Monarch butterflies are being considered for the endangered species list. Growing up right next to a grove where monarchs over-winter by the thousands, it is an issue close to me. Fingers crossed they make the list as that will give them and their habitat much needed protections! http://www.jaymiheimbuch.com/blog/2015/01/05/the-epic-flight-and-worrying-plight-of-monarch-butterflies #conservation #endangeredspecies #butterfly #photography #naturephotography #wildlifephotography  
The number of monarch butterflies returning to over-wintering sites has dropped dramatically in recent years. The loss may mean the iconic butterfly will be added to the endangered species list. © Jaymi Heimbuch It is an amazing experience to look up into what should be an evergreen only to find its branches covered in brown leaves. Then you realize, each of those brown leaves is actually a monarch butterfly. And just as you real...
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We don't want to lose them ...
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Ever wonder why sunrises seem to be more spectacular in winter? Here's why! http://ow.ly/FZAcC (Plus tips to help you get out and make the most of golden hour on +Mother Nature )
#sunrise #sunrisephotography #nature #science  
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Photographer April Bencze has been watching the unique coastal wolves of British Columbia for over a year.  Here's what she found... http://goo.gl/uqCaOP
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