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Red knots fly 18,000 miles a year, but their single stopover spot in Delaware is in danger. Without it, and other endangered spaces around the world, these birds won’t survive.
It's the season for spooky science. Find out how fast bats can fly and how mamma bats are able to find their pups in a crowd.
Despite last-minute efforts, Congress halted 50 years of providing nature’s benefits to Americans. This was a colossal mistake. And we at TNC are going to do something about it.
We're celebrating a milestone in the Chesapeake Bay — the completion of the largest oyster restoration project on the planet!
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