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We have embarked on a new initiative here in the San Francisco Bay area called Bay Area Puma Project. The project began in 2007 when Felidae Conservation Fund and its Scientific Advisors determined that what was needed to protect and sustain Bay Area puma populations was an innovative merging of scientific research and public education. […]
The Western Australia Ecosystem map is live. Click here to explore the map and search on the social media fields.
We traveled from Exmouth to Broome two days ago and stopped in Port Hedland to refuel and take a quick tour of the town and port. The Traditional Owners called the area “place of good water” but today it is more the place of good iron ore, with over 70 million tons shipped out […]
BlueCloud Base gallery – Images by Tom McMurray
Here are two great videos from Michael Fletcher on the Kimberley.
Ningaloo Reef is a fringing coral reef located off the west coast of Australia, approximately 1200 km north of Perth. The reef is 260 km long and is Australia’s largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to a landmass. It is known for its seasonal feeding concentrations of the whale […]