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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Video by @joelsartore at Parc Assango, managed by ONG Animal's World in Gabon. African golden cats are forest-dependent creatures living in equatorial Africa, a part of the world that is being ravaged by deforestation. As their habitat is lost, mainly to palm oil plantations, African golden cat populations are steadily disappearing. They’re now listed as vulnerable on the #IUCN Redlist. By avoiding the purchase of products that contain palm oil, we can make a statement that we will not tolerate the excessive destruction of this animal’s habitat. This seven-year-old male African golden cat named Tigri is the only one of his species currently kept anywhere in human care. His intense stare made him among the most memorable creatures we’ve brought on board the ark. Tigri now he stands as an ambassador for his entire species and will help us spread the word about the importance of its conservation. . To see a portrait of this beautiful cat, check out @joelsartore. . . #africangoldencat #bigcats #cats #golden #gold #cute #paws #nature #wildlife #naturephotography #wildlifephotography #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #cuteanimals #NOTAPET #notopalmoil #palmoil #photoark #natgeo #SaveTogether

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Video by @joelsartore | A greater prairie-chicken is shown 'booming' at the Sutton Prairie-Chicken Ranch (@suttoncenter) near Bartlesville, OK. Aviculturist Bonnie Gibson lures a male to do this mating dance on a black background for our Photo Ark session. Part of the George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center, this breeding and chick-raising facility serves as a living classroom, allowing biologists to learn how to hatch prairie-chickens from eggs, raise the young, and eventually release the birds successfully into the wild. The goal is to eventually switch to the propagation and release of a close cousin, the critically-endangered Attwater's prairie-chicken. "These birds are raised two ways, some to be very tame for breeding here and some to be wild for release," said Gibson. "By raising one group to be tame, they're much more likely to breed freely in captivity. So they've grown up seeing people on a daily basis and are not stressed around us. Because this male now perceives me as his competition toward the hen that's in his enclosure, he booms at me all the time. Usually the minute I come in here, he's at the front of his enclosure so he can start fighting with me. That is his territory, and I'm entering it, so he's going to be on the defense. He has a hen in there with him, and he's trying to defend his breeding rights," Gibson said. To say these birds are impressive is an understatement. "Along with bison, these birds are the icons of the Great Plains,' said Dr. Steve Sherrod, the founder of the Sutton Center and current Director of Conservation there. "They're spectacular birds. You can go around the world looking for wildlife behavior, but there's nothing better than the display of prairie-chickens found throughout the Great Plains of the U.S. They're the birds of paradise of North America," Sherrod said. To see the best greater prairie-chicken photo we made that day, check out @joelsartore. . . #greaterprariechicken #booming #birds #wildlife #wildlifephotography #nature #chicken #strangeanimals #photoark #natgeo #savetogether

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Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormondaywe are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting your milkweed today. . For a complete interactive how-to guide on ordering, planting, and caring for your milkweed, click the link in my bio (@joelsartore). Don’t forget to post a picture with the hashtag #pollinatorhero to show us how you’re helping to #SaveTogether! . . #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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Shungu soaking up the morning sun on a cold morning ! ❤️🐘 #photos #reallive #gentlegiants #gardenroute #amazing #elephants #elephantsofinstagram #elephantlovers #inlove #igerssa #stillinlove #stunningshots #sallyandco #sanctuary #savetogether #kep #knysna #boys #bushes #africanbush #africanelephant #animallove #amazing #sunrise #sunshine #mist #coldmornings #beautiful #bigisbeautiful

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Bald Eagle - Haliaeetus leucocephalus @zoobeauval, . #eagle #baldeagle #haliaeetusleucocephalus #birdofpreys #zooparcdebeauval #zoobeauval #lifeonwhite #animal #animals #wildlife #wildlifephotography #conservation #biodiversity #nikonbelgium #nikon #nikonphotography #savetogether #natgeo@natgeocreative . More photo of Bald Eagle on lifeonwhite.com

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Apakah liburan lebaran belum bisa mengumpulkan kalian..?? jika belum,jangan salahkan liburan lebaran, tpi tanyakan pada hati kalian masing". #SaveTogether #saintliness #fake

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Went to the @joelsartore exhibit at the National Museum of Wildlife Art (@wildlifeartjh) tonight. Absolutely stunning images, and a captivating presentation from Joel Sartore. His new project #photoarkis a powerful motivator to encourage people to get involved in wildlife conservation. I urge everyone to go look up his Photo Ark project. We need to save these endangered animals and the only way to do that is to #SaveTogether.

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#Repost @natgeo ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormondaywe are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting your milkweed today. . For a complete interactive how-to guide on ordering, planting, and caring for your milkweed, click the link in my bio (@joelsartore). Don’t forget to post a picture with the hashtag #pollinatorheroto show us how you’re helping to #SaveTogether! . . #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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"This place is Mecca, Ground Zero if you care about the things we do," says Joel Sartore, a @natgeo photographer, talking about Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and the @wildlifeartjh He made this comment while giving a presentation tonight at your National Museum of Wildlife Art. Just opened is his exhibit on the Photo Ark (@joelsartore) now through August 20th. Don't miss this one! #photoark #joelsartore #jacksonhole #onlyinjh #wildlife #conservative #thatswy #savetogether iPhone Photo: @lathamjenkins

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Apoyemos el proyecto RUTA MONARCA! ✔️Conservar a la #mariposamonarcay otros #polinizadores ✔️Apoyo a comunidades como fuente de autoempleo y una actividad económica extra a las labores que la población realiza. ✔️Restaurar zonas erosionadas por la actividad agrícola intensiva. ✔️Acción que involucra la organización y la cohesión social. #rutamonarca #comunityservice #méxico #michoacan #volunteer #pollinator #savetogether

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Establecimiento de jardines agroecológicos en la #rutamigratoriade la #mariposamonarca, declarado Patrimonio Mundial de la Humanidad por la #unesco¿Te gustaría ser voluntario? Escríbenos! #pollinator #pollinatorhero #savethenature #savetogether #volunteer #f4f #méxico #michoacan

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85/100. Jet lagged and pen ran out of ink. Once the Sumatran orangutan develops cheekpads, he won't tolerate any other adult males in his vicinity and competes with them for receptive females #the100dayproject

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Save the ferrets. #savetogether

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PUPA PARTY! In nature butterflies, like these American Painted Ladies, shake in their pupas to ward off predators. Spreading a love of butterflies! Contact ChrysalisCSNY for educational programming for your school or community organization. #education #lepidopterist #butterfly #naturelovers #pollinators #conservation #pupa #metamorphosis #schenectady #newyork #upstateny #pollinatorhero #savetogether

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helly_mm Instagram Photo: 1546586462698627290_3292432506

Chasing Monarchs 💖 #monarch #butterflies #canada #freedom #nature #wanderer #wander #wanderlust #bestwanderlust #canada #simplelife #wellfie #whatsyourwellfie #pollinatorhero #SaveTogether #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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Monarch butterfly 💖🌈🌏......the magic of metamorphosis 💖 #monarch #butterflies #canada #freedom #nature #wanderer #wander #wanderlust #bestwanderlust #canada #simplelife #wellfie #whatsyourwellfie #pollinatorhero #SaveTogether #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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Joel Sartore is on a mission to document the world’s animals. Join us tomorrow to hear him speak about his Photo Ark project at Mix'd Media, and stick around for the after-party with food from Palate, music from DJs Jefe and Mr. Whipple, and photography activities! . . . #wildlifeartjh #joelsartore #natgeo #national geographic #natgeomuseum #photoark #savetogether #jacksondreaming #jacksonhole #jacksonholewyoming #conservationhero #wildlifephotography #jacksonholeart #wildlifeart #wildlifeartist #wildlifeplanet #wildlife_vision #wildlifelovers #animalart #animalartist #animalartwork #wildlifemuseum #liveauthentic #artofvisuals #aov #roamtheplanet

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If nothing ever changed, there would be no butterflies. #savethemonarchs

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My alone feels so good, I'll only have you if you're sweeter than my solitude. -Warsan Shire #savethemonarchs #gotmilkweed #shotoniphone

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It's time to spread those wings and fly! #savethemonarchs #shotoniphone

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Choose freedom and your wings will appear.

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#ZoosDayTuesday is here again! Over the past 100 years, habitat destruction and hunting have eradicated the #SiameseCrocodile from 99% of its historical range throughout Southeast Asia. Photo by @zoossavespecies #ZoosSavingSpecies #JoinZoosAndSaveSpecies #standwithzoos #reptilesofinstagram #zoos #zoo #zoolife #instazoo #visitthezoo #zookeeper #zookreepers #greatersacaazk #aazk #conservation #didyouknow #dyk #animalfacts #wildlife #themoreyouknow #savetogether #savingspecies #endangered #herp #reptile #crocodile #crocodilian

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Video by @joelsartore at Parc Assango, managed by ONG Animal's World in Gabon. African golden cats are forest-dependent creatures living in equatorial Africa, a part of the world that is being ravaged by deforestation. As their habitat is lost, mainly to palm oil plantations, African golden cat populations are steadily disappearing. They’re now listed as vulnerable on the #IUCN Redlist. By avoiding the purchase of products that contain palm oil, we can make a statement that we will not tolerate the excessive destruction of this animal’s habitat. This seven-year-old male African golden cat named Tigri is the only one of his species currently kept anywhere in human care. His intense stare made him among the most memorable creatures we’ve brought on board the ark. Tigri now he stands as an ambassador for his entire species and will help us spread the word about the importance of its conservation. . To see a portrait of this beautiful cat, check out @joelsartore. . . #africangoldencat #bigcats #cats #golden #gold #cute #paws #nature #wildlife #naturephotography #wildlifephotography #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #cuteanimals #NOTAPET #notopalmoil #palmoil #photoark #natgeo #SaveTogether

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This is a sign!!! I've been researching what I need to have a #pollinatorgarden to help the #monarchbutterfly; while walking today I saw a few of them playing around. I will be posting more as soon as I get started as a #pollinatorhero 💪🏼🦋🙌🏼 #monarchs #SaveTogether #savethebutterflies #conservation #wildlifeconservation #animalconservation #migration #theywanttogotomexico #metoo #wildlife #beauty #mariposamonarca #naturaleza #salvaalasmonarcas #mariposas

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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormondaywe are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting your milkweed today. . For a complete interactive how-to guide on ordering, planting, and caring for your milkweed, click the link in my bio (@joelsartore). Don’t forget to post a picture with the hashtag #pollinatorheroto show us how you’re helping to #SaveTogether! . . #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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Two to three generations to migrate? Now that's living with purpose. 🦋🦋🦋 #butterfly #psychic #medium #flutterby #symbolism #metamorphoses #metamorphosis #change #beautiful #life #mothernature #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormonday we are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting your milkweed today. . For a complete interactive how-to guide on ordering, planting, and caring for your milkweed, click the link in my bio (@joelsartore). Don’t forget to post a picture with the hashtag #pollinatorheroto show us how you’re helping to #SaveTogether! . . #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wil

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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormondaywe are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting your milkweed today. . For a complete interactive how-to guide on ordering, planting, and caring for your milkweed, click the link in my bio (@joelsartore). Don’t forget to post a picture with the hashtag #pollinatorheroto show us how you’re helping to #SaveTogether! . . #monarchs #savethebutterflies #pollinatorgardens #conservation #animalconservation #wildlifeconservation #migration #mexico #natgeo #naturephotography #monarch #wildlife

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