Suriname gives ‘hope and inspiration to the world to save our rainforests’: UN chief  — Repeating Islands

A report from The United Nations News. Suriname might be the smallest and least populated country in South America, but it is also one of the greenest. Considered a global leader in biodiversity conservation, with more than 90 per cent of its land surface covered by native forests, the nation’s unrivaled natural resources more than […]

Suriname gives ‘hope and inspiration to the world to save our rainforests’: UN chief  — Repeating Islands

Indigenous leader who defended the Amazon shot dead in Venezuela — Repeating Islands

Virgilio Trujillo Arana, a 38-year-old indigenous Uwottuja man, was shot in the head three times in the city of Puerto Ayacucho A report from London’s Guardian. A Venezuelan indigenous leader who was an opponent of armed groups and illegal mining has been shot dead in the Amazonas state capital, a non-governmental organization and three people […]

Indigenous leader who defended the Amazon shot dead in Venezuela — Repeating Islands

As World Warms, Brazil Destroys Record Rate its Amazon Forrests — Eslkevin’s Blog

Brazil’s Amazon Suffered Record Rate of Deforestation in April MAY 10, 2022 In Brazil, deforestation in the Amazon rainforest surged to a new record high for the month of April. Last month’s forest loss nearly doubled the amount reported last April which itself set a record. Deforestation has surged under the right-wing presidency of Jair […]

As World Warms, Brazil Destroys Record Rate its Amazon Forrests — Eslkevin’s Blog

Women studying birds in the Amazon Forest 4/29/22 — Natural History Wanderings

The Bird Museum’s April Conservation Seminar Series by The Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology The Emilie Snethlage Expedition: women studying birds in the Amazon Forest! Date and time Fri, April 29, 2022 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM PDT The online talk will cover the adventures of eight women, bird specialists, in one of the remotest areas of the […]

Women studying birds in the Amazon Forest 4/29/22 — Natural History Wanderings

Amazon deforestation: Record high destruction of trees in January — Natural History Wanderings

The BBC reports The number of trees cut down in the Brazilian Amazon in January far exceeded deforestation for the same month last year, according to government satellite data. The area destroyed was five times larger than 2021, the highest January total since records began in 2015. Environmentalists accuse Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro of allowing […]

Amazon deforestation: Record high destruction of trees in January — Natural History Wanderings

Thousands of baby river turtles released in Peruvian jungle — Natural History Wanderings

CNN reports Some 3,000 baby river turtles native to the Amazon rainforest were released into a Peruvian river on Thursday after hatching from eggs kept on artificial beaches as part of a conservation effort. Read more at  ‘Go be happy’: Thousands of baby river turtles released in Peruvian jungle – CNN

Thousands of baby river turtles released in Peruvian jungle — Natural History Wanderings

This video says about itself: SAVING AMAZON TAPIRS The story of our Amazon journey in June 2019 and our plans for the establishment of the LTCI Amazon Tapir Program in 2020! Filmed and produced by Laurie Hedges. By Gloria Dickie, May 12, 2020 at 8:00 am: Tapirs may be key to reviving the Amazon. All […]

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