The Green Buzz: Friday, October 4

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new species found in Suriname’s rainforest. Animals Climate Change Environmental News Health The Green Buzz bigfoot daily news green news health effects Huffington Post Green Mongabay new species ny daily news otters Pacific walrus river otter San Francisco science world report Suriname Treehugger walruses We’re kicking off Friday with both good and bad animal news. Hello, old friends! Reappearance of river otters in San Fran means conservation is working. TreeHugger ).

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Amazon deforestation threatens harpy eagles

AGreenLiving

In some countries, including Brazil, Panama and Suriname, the harpy eagle has legal protections. A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports has found that young harpy eagles are dying in the Amazon due to deforestation. The harpy eagle, one of the world’s largest eagles, has almost “zero” chances of surviving if Amazon deforestation continues.

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Move Over, Turkey: Meet the World’s Other Bald, Be-wattled Birds

Nature Conservancy - Science

Found in northern Brazil, Suriname, Guyana, French Guiana, and eastern Venezuela, the Capuchinbird is best known for it’s absurd vocalizations, which are described as a cross between a lowing cow and a chainsaw. Have you every actually looked at a turkey? Not the trussed-and-stuffed bird in the middle of your Thanksgiving dinner table, but a live, kicking, glaring Eastern Wild Turkey? They’re cool, weird, and impressively ugly. When I say turkeys are ugly, I mean it with love.

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Every Cat Counts: Conserving Ocelots on the Border

Nature Conservancy - Science

She looks too young for her resume – she’s studied monkeys in Belize and Suriname, gorillas in Rwanda, island foxes on the Channel Islands. A recently tagged male Texas ocelot. Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. By Matt Miller, senior science writer. In South Texas, every ocelot counts. Losing even one can have grave repercussions for the species’ future.

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Shocking analysis by country of years left to zero emissions

Green Blog

“Australia is committed to a greedy and inhumane course of climate exceptionalism, climate racism and climate injustice.&#. We all know that we have to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution and eventually reach zero emissions.

Kauai, Hawaii: 5 great green non-resorts

Green Traveler Guides

Citrus and mangoes are plentiful in their seasons; so, too, are lychees and macadamia nuts, mamey sapote, starfruit, fig, acerola and Surinam cherries. | Garden Isle Green |. S ometimes, a great notion: Even on a tropical island paradise like Kauai, we’re in the mood for the unique, the more personal, the less expected. We seek an intimate experience unattainable at a big, showy resort.

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Island Nations can fight Climate Genocide with Carbon Debt & Carbon Credit Analysis

Green Blog

At the 2011 Durban Climate Conference the US, with the help of its climate criminal lackeys Australia and Canada, again succeeded in preventing requisite international climate change action. It was reported that Island States had again pleaded with other representatives to avert “ climate genocide ” but their pleas fell on deaf ears at Durban, as at Cancun, as at Copenhagen.