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Beautiful sunny day at Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Beautiful sunny day at Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Other casualties of conflicts in the region include Arabian leopards and Mali’s desert elephants, squeezed out and killed by militias and poachers

Other casualties of conflicts in the region include Arabian leopards and Mali’s desert elephants, squeezed out and killed by militias and poachers

March 24, 1834: John Wesley Powell born.The great western explorer and conservationist John Wesley Powell is born near Palmyra, New York.The son of a Methodist minister, Powell imbibed his father’s theology as a boy. However, he was introduced to an alternative point of view when the elderly naturalist George Crookham taught him basic natural science. For much of his youth, though, Powell had little time to contemplate either God or nature. As the eldest son, he took on much of the…

March 24, 1834: John Wesley Powell born.The great western explorer and conservationist John Wesley Powell is born near Palmyra, New York.The son of a Methodist minister, Powell imbibed his father’s theology as a boy. However, he was introduced to an alternative point of view when the elderly naturalist George Crookham taught him basic natural science. For much of his youth, though, Powell had little time to contemplate either God or nature. As the eldest son, he took on much of the…

Northern Bald Ibis, Rare Syrian Bird, Faces Extinction After Palmyra Falls To ISIS

Northern Bald Ibis, Rare Syrian Bird, Faces Extinction After Palmyra Falls To ISIS

Coral Reef at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, by Jim Marago.Courtesy of USFWS - Pacific Region.  Scientists at Stanford University have developed a way to help remove carbon dioxide from oceans to slow their acidification -- using little spheres of air -- bubbles. #BeautifulNow #bubbles #coral #conservation #nature #photography

Coral Reef at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, by Jim Marago.Courtesy of USFWS - Pacific Region. Scientists at Stanford University have developed a way to help remove carbon dioxide from oceans to slow their acidification -- using little spheres of air -- bubbles. #BeautifulNow #bubbles #coral #conservation #nature #photography

Taken at Palmyra Nature Cover in NJ

Taken at Palmyra Nature Cover in NJ

Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

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