Today, NWNL Director Alison M Jones will give a joint presentation in New York City with Serengeti Preservation Foundation Director, Meyasi Mollel. They will discuss Africa's Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem, its threats, and a variety of solutions to protect the wildlife and ecosystems within this renowned "8th Wonder of the World." Zebras about to cross the Mara … Continue reading The Serengeti’s Meyasi Mollel
Women as Saviors of the Serengeti
Written by Meyasi Mollel.Images © Alison M Jones, unless otherwise noted. NWNL Director Alison Jones met Tanzania's Meyasi Meshilieck a year ago in Kenya, via NWNL's partner Serengeti Watch co-directors Boyd Norton and Dave Blanton. In her NWNL Interview with Meyasi, they discussed his views as a science educator in Tanzania and his passion for conservation. As … Continue reading Women as Saviors of the Serengeti
SPECIES INVASIONS: Water Hyacinth and Zebra Mussels
By Bianca T. Esposito, NWNL Research Intern (Edited by Alison M. Jones, NWNL Director) Bianca T. Esposito is a Syracuse University senior studying Biology and Economics. Her summer research for NWNL was on biodiversity and water resources. Her past NWNL blogs are: Wild v Hatchery Salmon; Buffalo & Bison; Papyrus & Phragmites; & Deer & Elephants. INTRODUCTION Invasive … Continue reading SPECIES INVASIONS: Water Hyacinth and Zebra Mussels
Papyrus and Phragmites: Invasive Species
By Bianca T. Esposito, NWNL Research Intern (Edited by Alison M. Jones, NWNL Director) NWNL research intern Bianca T. Esposito is a senior at Syracuse University studying Biology and Economics. Her research this summer is on the nexus of biodiversity and water resources. Her earlier NWNL blogs were: Wild Salmon v Hatchery Salmon and Buffalo, … Continue reading Papyrus and Phragmites: Invasive Species
Cape Buffalo, Bison and Water
By Bianca T. Esposito, NWNL Research Intern (Edited by Alison M. Jones, NWNL Director) NWNL research intern Bianca T. Esposito is a senior at Syracuse University studying Biology and minoring in Economics. Her research this summer is on the intertwined relationships of biodiversity and our water resources. This is Bianca's second blog on Biodiversity for NWNL. … Continue reading Cape Buffalo, Bison and Water
World Wetlands Day 2018
World Wetlands Day - February 2, 2018 blog by Sarah Kearns, NWNL Project Manager Okavango Delta, Botswana, Africa What are "wetlands"? Synonyms: Marsh, fen, bog, pothole, mire, swamp, bottomlands, pond, wet meadows, muskeg, slough, floodplains, river overflow, mudflats, saltmarsh, sea grass beds, estuaries, and mangroves. Development on edge of Columbia Wetlands, British Columbia Worldwide, wetlands … Continue reading World Wetlands Day 2018
Glaciers: A Photo Essay
Edit (9/27/17): Since publishing this blog, the Washington Post reported the calving (or splitting) of a key Antarctic glacier, the Pine Island Glacier. The article states, "the single glacier alone contains 1.7 feet of potential global sea level rise and is thought to be in a process of unstable, ongoing retreat." To learn more about how … Continue reading Glaciers: A Photo Essay
Happy World Elephant Day!
For 30 years NWNL has studied Kenya’s iconic, charismatic jumbos that create water access for so many other species in the Mara River Basin. What can you do to celebrate and help elephants? (scroll down for a few ideas 🙂 ) Participate in the #elegram project ---------> and tell others to participate too! Send an … Continue reading Happy World Elephant Day!
After all, aren’t clouds just recycled water?
What's the WATER CYCLE? - Posted by Jasmine Graf, NWNL Associate Director
EDUCATION IS KEY !