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Working on Pelican Island
July 19, 2013
NEST volunteer Jackie Orsulak reports on another conservation project—this one involves banding pelicans off the coast of North Carolina.
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Hummingbird Banding in North Carolina
November 6, 2013
Turtle conservationist Jackie Orsulak observes a hummingbird banding project in northeastern North Carolina.
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Bear Viewing on the Alganak River
July 15, 2010
UPDATED 16 MARCH 2011. Alaska-based guide Philip Sanfilippo shares his field diary during a season of research and observation focused on Alaskan brown bears.
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Monitoring Elephant Locations
June 21, 2002
What happens after a tracking device is placed on an animal? Read this Field Report to learn more about the analysis of satellite tracking data and map-making.
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UNITE Workshops on Gorillas, Population
October 19, 2011
UNITE's Michelle Slavin remains active in conservation education in Uganda. She recently participated in projects focused on gorilla conservation and on human population growth.
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Encountering the Cross River Gorilla
January 22, 2009
Video professional Terry Shiels shares his experiences in tracking Cross River Gorillas in Nigeria.
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Traveling to Zakouma National Park, Chad
September 2, 2011
Donatella Malfitano shares her experiences in, and thoughts about, Zakouma National Park in Chad.
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Bioko Primate Research - January 2011
June 10, 2011
Dr. Rich Bergl shares the journal he kept while traveling to Equatorial New Guinea in January 2011 for a primate census.
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In Search of the Hellbender in North Carolina
March 23, 2011
Researchers in North Carolina are studying that state's mountain streams and rivers to learn more about the hellbender, an important salamander species.
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Hellbender - Giant Salamander of North America
April 2, 2004
Among the forty-two species of salamanders found in the woods, streams and rivers of North Carolina, the hellbender may be the strangest. Some people say the hellbender is the most grotesque-looking salamander in North America.
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