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The Nature Conservancy
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Protecting nature. Preserving Life.
Protecting nature. Preserving Life.

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โ€œItโ€™s not just how much land is protected, but is that protection effective?โ€
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Grateful for a 6,000 acre gift of Tennessee forests! Locally, 100 species of conservation concern have protected habitat. Globally, the preserve stores 200,000 metric tons & will be used to demonstrate how more forests can offset carbon via markets.
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You contributed your most meaningful nature photos. Now help us judge them!

1 vote per photo per day. Voting ends tomorrow night ๐Ÿ“ท ๐ŸŒ„ โœ…
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There are a lot of types of coral out there, but here's the one you were meant to be...
What kind of coral are you?
What kind of coral are you?
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Big news! A new migration corridor just linked more than 100,000 acres of managed conservation land in Kenya, ensuring a safer migration for elephants, Grevyโ€™s zebra, reticulated giraffe, and more.
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"No one is bigger or more important than nature. I think when we're lucky, we can sometimes fit perfectly into her framework, even if it's just for a split second. These are the moments I live for." - Ian Deveau, who submitted this photo 7 hours ago.

We're accepting photo entries for 3 more hours. Please enter them here: http://bit.ly/2JguE6W
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Whether you're across an ocean or across the street, there's a nature photo waiting to be taken. Enter yours to the 2018 Photo Contest.

30 HOURS LEFT TO ENTER: http://bit.ly/2L8qP17
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Our American Kestrel chicks are 14 days old and they're looking more kestrel-y than ever. See them LIVE from the nest!
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We are taking to the skyโ€”even outer spaceโ€”to better see underwater.

Why? Because coral reefs are essential to humanity, and it's not to late to save them.
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You've heard of a pelican. But did you know that this iconic species almost disappeared from the Earth due to DDT, culling by fishermen, and demand for its feathers?

This Endangered Species Day let's recognize the effort to bring them back, and other species.
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