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One of the last remaining coastal prairie habitats is now protected in Texas, thanks to a landmark deal that saves 17,000 acres.
Nature Conservancy scientists are using remote field cameras as conservation tools to document, understand and protect wildlife. In the process, these critter cams are taking some cool pics of wildlife.
An amphibious drone, built on a budget, is helping the Conservancy's Carribbean program map coral reefs.
In just a few weeks, wild bison will set foot on prairies east of the Mississippi River for the first time in more than 100 years. Read the incredible stories of how people like you have made this happen.
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