National Geographic launches Birding TV Show

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Ok, so I’m unashamedly promoting my new show on National Geographic WILD in this post. The National Geographic WILD TV network is debuting Aeria l Assassins , hosted by James Currie on Friday, January 20, 2012.

How to Become a National Geographic Explorer

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I asked Davis to share his advice on what it takes to become a National Geographic Explorer and live a life of discovery and adventure. Related posts: National Geographic Posts Favorite Photos. Click here to view the embedded video.

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National Geographic Takes Over Scienceblogs

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National Geographic has assumed management of day-to-day operations for Scienceblogs.com, expanding a relationship with Seed Media Group that started when National Geographic took on ad sales responsibility for Scienceblogs.com in 2009.&# That is the entire text of the statement National Geographic put out.

Murdoch’s Media-opoly—Why I’m Grieving for National Geographic.

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All clever jokes aside including those about how we can now expect the National Geographic to feature reality stars and FOX News personalities the recent acquisition is a. Conscious Consumerism (Sustainable Business) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Europe Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) WAYLON: Today Only fourth estate fox free press journalism media National Geographic news rupert murdoch

‘Give Me Shelter’ Reality Series to Premiere On National Geographic Wild

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National Geographic Wild is going to the dogs with its new reality series about life at a rescue shelter in Charleston, South Carolina. “Give Me Shelter,” a canine take on Read More The post ‘Give Me Shelter’ Reality Series to Premiere On National Geographic Wild appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Review: National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America

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Fortunately for you, though, when I got home I found a review copy of National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America by Jonathan Alderfer and Paul Hess ready and waiting to be dissected for your delectation.

This Winning National Geographic Owl Photo Keeps Blowing My Mind

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National Geographic 2011 Photo Contest: 8 Favorite Faces

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National Geographic’s 2011 Photo Contest is in full swing, with professionals to amateurs submitting their pics for a shot at the $10,000 grand prize. Like past years, there are hundreds of photos out of the thousands submitted that could find a place of honor and awe on any wall. For a taste, I browsed the [.]. Animals Causes Entertainment Internet

National Geographic Announces James Cameron Dive Documentary

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A special documentary has been announced by National Geographic covering James Cameron's record-breaking dive into the Mariana Trench. Read More. Entertainment Film/TV News Science Top News james cameron

Toms Partners With National Geographic for Big Cats Collection

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TOMS is teaming up with National Geographic for a new special edition collection that is sure to be the cat’s meow.

So You Want to Become a National Geographic Explorer

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If you’ve ever wondered how you might become an explorer for National Geographic believe it or not it can be as simple as attending a seminar. During the Banff Mountain Film Festival in a conference room at the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada aspiring young explorers learn the ropes of turning their dreams of adventure into an assignment for National Geographic. Working with National Geographic opens doors.

National Geographic Under Fire for Bluefin Tuna Series

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Conservationists are speaking out against the network's series featuring fishing of the bluefin tuna, as the species' numbers rapidly decline. Read More. Animals Causes Entertainment Film/TV News Top News

This is the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest Winner

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Photographer Ashley Vincent of Chonburi, Thailand is this year’s winner of the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest.

WATCH: National Geographic Presents ‘Untamed Americas’

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The National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild present a new miniseries documenting remarkable images of nature. Read More. Entertainment Film/TV News Top News josh brolin

National Geographic Bird-Watcher’s Bible

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But when you get a volume from National Geographic, it’s no surprise that it’s going to be in the upper echelons of aesthetic appeal. Reviews Birding birding resources national geographic

Boucher’s Birding Blog: Apps for the Smart Birder — Which One Should You Use?

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Timothy Boucher is senior geographer at The Nature Conservancy and a long-time birder. Hidden in National Geographic Birds is a way to something similar — filtering the search by color, size, habitat, etc. National Geographic Birds.

National Geographic Posts Favorite Photos

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National Geographic is famous for bringing us incredible photos that tell stories of culture, adventure, and exploration. So grab a cup of coffee and peruse away: National Geographic Photos. Celebrate National Trails Day This Saturday, June 4th

A National Geographic Journalist’s Ingenious Method to Track Ivory Smuggling

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Investigative reporter Bryan Christy introduced two fake elephant tusks, each containing a GSP tracking device, into the ivory supply chain in Central Africa Read More The post A National Geographic Journalist’s Ingenious Method to Track Ivory Smuggling appeared first on Ecorazzi. Talk about a man on a mission.

Animals are People Too? {Unique photos}

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Animal Rights (Vegan, Pets, Wildlife) Arts & Culture Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) WAYLON: Editor''s Picks animal rights animals art awareness images life mindful National Geographic nature photography wild People love taking selfies. The selfie has just become part of our culture, in this day and age.

Blood Diamonds-National Geographic

Green Earth Journey

I watched this documentary last night and I thought it was very informative. Please check it out HERE

Leo DiCaprio’s Climate Change Documentary is both Devastating & Compelling.

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Arts Enlightened Society Green before the flood climate change Earth full movie full version leonardo dicaprio National Geographic solutionsI feel like asking Leo the same question that he asked the professor who proposes to implement a carbon tax.

National Geographic Photographers Provide Family Portraits to 18,000 Syrian Refugees.

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Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) WAYLON: Editor's Picks National Geographic photos ripple effect syrian refugeePhotographers from Ripple Effect Images arrived in Jordan last month with a unique mission: to offer a photograph to every Syrian.

A Year in Review (National Geographic Videos)

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National Geographic has made a list of their top 10 videos from the past year. Source: National Geographic Website. Photo Credit: National Geographic Website. Is the December cold getting to you?

National Geographic Places James Cameron on June Cover

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For the first time in its 125-year history, National Geographic magazine has placed a living Hollywood celebrity on its cover. Of course, this is no ordinary celeb but James Cameron Read More The post National Geographic Places James Cameron on June Cover appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Asher Jay’s ‘Art as Weapon’: Powerful National Geographic Live Video

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Check out her incredible speech at National Geographic (she’s an official Explorer with the organization ) HQ below: Related on Eco-Chick: Heroines for the Planet: Art Activist Asher Jay. Artist and activist Asher Jay is saving the world’s threatened wildlife—with creativity.

James Cameron Becomes National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence

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In between development on the next two “Avatar&# sequels and an expedition to film in the deepest part of the oceans (as well as various other environmental initiatives ), James Cameron will also now also be a National Geographic “Explorer-in-Residence&#.

Film Review: Chasing Ice

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Causes Entertainment Environment Film/TV News Science Top News Chasing Ice James Balog national-geographicFew films have the ability to be described as both strikingly beautiful and yet utterly terrifying. The global warming documentary, Chasing Ice, masters breathtaking imagery while showcasing realistic changes that Read More The post Film Review: Chasing Ice appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Nat Geo Goes On Tour, Through The UAE

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National Geographic Magazine is one of the most exciting magazines on the planet. To date, the National Geographic Society has awarded 9,000 research grants that enable scientists to continue uncovering our planet’s sacred wonders.

‘Pay-As-You-Go’ Solar Companies Win National Geographic Terra Watt Prize

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Yesterday, the National Geographic’s Terra Watt Prize validated this market trend by awarding two ‘pay-as-you-go’ off-grid solar companies its top honors. Just as solar leasing from the likes of SolarCity unlocked the solar market in the U.S.,

Portsmouth, RI Wind Turbine Featured on National Geographic Program

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Imagine my surprise when I was channel flipping the other night and came across an hour-long National Geographic special chronicling the arduous process of lifting over 100 tons and 366 feet worth of wind turbine parts into place when the weather just doesn’t want to cooperate. Tagged: green energy, green living, National Geographic, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Sean Riley, Wind Turbine, World’s Toughest Fixes.

Genetic Engineers and Conservation Biologists: Scenes From a First Date

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Woolly mammoths: coming soon to a prairie near you? Well, not so fast. Photo: Flying Puffin under a Creative Commons license. by Craig Groves, Director, Conservation Methods and Learning.

Tunisians are loving the Fennec Fox to death

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In the comment section of a blog post that National Geographic published about his work, D’Amicis laments the Fennec’s plight but urges readers to think about the problem’s roots. Sadly, they eventually declared the program a failure. :: Proof, National Geographic.

National Geographic's New TV Show "Wicked Tuna " Trivialises Plight of Disappearing Bluefin Tuna

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A new National Geographic Channel show, Wicked Tuna , focuses on a group of fishermen trying to catch one of ocean’s most majestic and imperiled fish, the bluefin tuna.

White Penguin… Wow!

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The Green Buzz: Monday, March 4

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National Geographic ). Animals Environmental News The Green Buzz bbc nature chimpanzee Daily Green Discovery News electricity environmental news green news illegal ivory trade ivory trade National Geographic power redorbit shark stinkbug ThailandExtra, extra, get your green news here! Thailand’s prime minister pledges to ban ivory trade. ( NY Times ). Can you guess how many sharks are killed illegally each year ? RedOrbit ). Female chimps = mean girls?!

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, July 16

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National Geographic ). Animals Coral Reefs Environmental News The Green Buzz Antarctica bbc nature bees Butterfly coastal storms daily news environmental news lionfish marine reserves monarch butterfly Mongabay nat geo National Geographic Oceans & Coasts sand dunes solar parks Treehugger Washington Post A world without monarch butterflies is a very sad and colorless world. How sand dunes and coral reefs are standing up to coastal storms.

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, March 19

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National Geographic ). Animals Birds Climate Change Environmental News Photography The Green Buzz butterflies daily news environmental news global warming green news hurricane Hurricane Katrina monarch butterfly Mother Nature Network National Geographic New Scientist rooster Treehugger USA Today wildlife photographyIn today’s news, we learn of another example of humans influencing evolution. Interesting/scary stuff.

Geno 2.0

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This year, I spent mine on some really cool things, including a mad jaunt to attend an old friend’s birthday dinner over a thousand miles away, and participation in National Geographic’s ancestral genome tracking project. genome genome project human dna National Geographic science * What did you blow your tax refund on?

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, February 26

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National Geographic ). Federal budget cuts may force some national parks to close their gates. ( Animals Climate Change Environmental News Food Global Warming The Green Buzz CNN elephant seal environmental news extreme weather food production global warming green news Huffington Post Green National Geographic National Parks plants scientific american The Guardian United States wacky weatherToday’s green news is… well, a little wacky.

Naked People are Popular. {Nudity}

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It’s like we’re all still 10 years old and trying to sneak a peek at the National Geographic issue that has all those bare breasted African/Aboriginal/Pacific Islander/you-name-it women. I’ve noticed that if one attaches the words “naked”, “nude”, “nudity” or “adult” to one’s work, they’re bound to get more people interested in their written material.