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Have fun saving the world
Have fun saving the world

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Prepping station for the mud run
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We celebrate Valentine's Day at #oparks
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Artificial reefs; voluntary work. Having fun saving the world #Opark +O Parks, WildLife, and Recreation
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Happy thanks giving. O is grateful for clean water. Let's do this together. Give $1 and I will match it for 'Clean water for Syrian refugees'. https://onetoday.google.com/m/wcqs_5z6
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Some of these plants are housed on O
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Get LOST in our Forest! We hope to play our part in managing a positive impact on the environment and a positive impression on the people.
National Geographic encourages everyone to get outside and share photos of their encounters with plants, animals, and fungi as part of a global snapshot.  Free tickets to a Nicaraguan event is below.
http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/nicaragua-great-nature-project

The goal of the global snapshot is to document biodiversity all over the world during a specific window of time that is repeated annually. Over time, this will provide data that can be used to answer scientific questions or provide useful information to decision makers.

O Park, WildLife, and Recreation nestled in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua is hosting this event at the park. Onsite support team is available to assist participants during this fun activity.
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National Geographic encourages everyone to get outside and share photos of their encounters with plants, animals, and fungi as part of a global snapshot.  Free tickets to a Nicaraguan event is below.
http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/nicaragua-great-nature-project

The goal of the global snapshot is to document biodiversity all over the world during a specific window of time that is repeated annually. Over time, this will provide data that can be used to answer scientific questions or provide useful information to decision makers.

O Park, WildLife, and Recreation nestled in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua is hosting this event at the park. Onsite support team is available to assist participants during this fun activity.
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Good to know that swashbuckler Indio is catching the action.  Heard they also discovered a #sloth  on the #walking   #trail   #fbtl  
Odyssey rangers young and adult fly like a guardabarranco on the Web of Descent canopy at +O Parks, WildLife, and Recreation 
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