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@Regrann from @sea_legacy - Photo by @DaisyGilardini // During the early spring male and female emperor penguins alternate between spending time with their chick and foraging at sea. At times the chicks are left alone in the colony. Often they gather in creches especially to keep warm during storms. #Turningthetide #Antarctica #EmperorPenguin #penguin
@sea_legacy a trusted organisation Video by © @pacificwild // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video edited by @lindsaymariestewart and shot by @iantmcallister
#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost ) ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
#climatechangeisreal #Repost @natgeo ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
§ Texture | singularity | print | feel | interaction § Contrariwise those footprints 👣 left on the sand that will be washed away by the ocean, some of our trash can never decompose and biodegrade fully: plastic. It is estimated that every year 8 millions tons of plastic is dumped in the Ocean 🌊 Although the Ocean will indeed swallow and slowly break down our trash, plastic even once broke down will become trillions of plastic particles floating around… ➢THINK REUSABLE, NOT DISPOSABLE! " With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you're connected to the sea. No matter where on Earth you live. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is generated by the sea." --Sylvia Earle (who was the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) . . . _______________ #savetheocean #motherearth #ocean #sylviaearle #turningthetide #worldcaptures #dronephotography #djispark #dji #discoverearth #travelphotography #ocean #getoutside #rethinkplastic #picoftheday #footprint #noplastic #instatravel #travelporn #togetherwerise #welovenature #weareone #attitudeofgratitude #dronestagram #gameofdrones #ig_drone #fromwhereidrone #djiglobal #counsciousness #zerowaste #theartofslowliving
#Repost @sea_legacy Video by @pacificwild // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video edited by @lindsaymariestewart and shot by @iantmcallister
While everyone in the gang is out either diving, skiing, fishing and riding, I am stuck at work. The sun is shining for the first time in a long while, the waters crisp and clear (I am still working on that backscatter) and the snow is lighting up the entire day. I am officially so jealous it hurts. #octopus #nemoclassicdiving . . . . . #scuba #scubalove #scubalife #underwaterlove #underwaterphoto #nauticam #nordiclife #oceanart #oceanario #oceanlife #globalcapture #dykking #undervannsfoto #symbiosis #fotografit #igscandinavia #thegreatoutdoors #discovernordics #visualofearth #thenordicvoyage #vczogood #discoverocean #turningthetide #theIMAGED #blueplanet #scubasphere
#Repost @natgeo ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
It seems #PenguinAwarenessDay is a thing, so here's an African Penguin drying off quickly before going to join the lunch line forming in front the keeper at Baltimore Zoo. We are going on a trip to Antarctica next month and there's thousands of penguins there! (no African ones!) . Through researching this trip, I've learned way more about penguins that I thought I would. They live a tough life in that icy world, spending long days fishing the Antarctic ocean, and trying to dodge becoming meal themselves by the likes of a leopard seal. Just like their African cousins, they face similar threats in a rapidly changing world. . I'm sure I'll have a pic or two to share when I'm back....since there's no Wi-Fi there to do it (glad about that!). 🐧🌏🐧🌏 . . The African penguin is a species of penguin, confined to southern African waters where it feeds on fish and squid. Once extremely numerous, the African penguin is declining due to a combination of threats from industry and climate change, and is classified as endangered. Unless it's decline is slowed, some predictions think it may be extinct by 2026. . . #AfricanPenguin  #marylandzoo  #feathers  #Endangered  #Spheniscusdemersus #solitary  #sealegacy  #wildlife  #animal  #nature #wild  #environment  #oceans  #marine   #African #Penguin  #Bird  #JackassPenguin #BlackFootedPenguin  #birdphotography #birding  #bestbirdshots  #instabird #bird_lovers_daily  #bird_watchers #featherperfection  #antarctica #bethechange #turningthetide
#FastRepost from @natgeo by @fastrepost_app ••• Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
where to start your #plasticfree journey, well #easy with a #bambootoothbrush - there are many offers in the meantime and i am happy with all of them i used since 3 yrs eg. @careelite.me @wasserneutral @baumfrei - a huge part of the plastic trash in the ocean are toothbrush. we learned that a lot of our household garbage gets transfered to china for recycling purposes. imagine the way of the plastic toothbrushes, produced in china, shipped to #europe and back to #china .. but china stops now trash imports from other countries, wonder why? now its the time to rethink your behavior, and #bethechange - everyone needs to contribute and stop the #plasticproduction in the first place, be open for alternatives - thank you 🙏 #saynotoplastic #savetheocean #turningthetide #ecofamily #ecoliving #ecowarrior #protectwhatyoulove #everyactioncounts #beachcleaner #hyghiene #beauty #bathroom #toothbrush #bamboo #marinedebris #marinelitter #surfriderpledge #oceancamp @surfrider #plasticocean #plastikfrei #plastic photocredit to gorgeous @momwithoutborders
Now it’s the time to speak uk! Let’s help the wolves!! #helpthewolves #wolf #savethewolves #savethewolf #sealegacy #britishcolumbia #nohunting #nokilling #wolves #precious #magic #beautiful #creatures #please #letssavethem #lupi #lupo #salviamoilupi #❤️ #🐺 #commossa #😭 #PLEASEHELP #HELP #THEWOLVES #Repost @sea_legacy (@get_repost ) ・・・ Video by @pacificwild // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video edited by @lindsaymariestewart and shot by @iantmcallister
💪💪💪🌏 #Repost @paulnicklen with @get_repost ・・・ It’s #GivingTuesday and I’m so excited to share a new @Sea_Legacy initiative — The Tide. Help the oceans not just today, but every day, by investing in them through a monthly giving program (link in bio) that pays back in exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of SeaLegacy expeditions and the inner workings of our tireless organization. Join us as our whole team explores and creates solutions for healthier oceans, and gain a backstage glimpse into our lives at the forefront of conservation. #TurningTheTide for the oceans. Thank you! || TO VIEW THE FULL VIDEO, click the link in our bio ||
Heartbreaking😢#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
Birds are freaking weird. But dope AF. https://thevibrantislander.com/ v #nature #animals #coolstuff #birds #biology #sciencerules #Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // #Follow #TurningtheTide with @sea_legacy @PaulNicklen @EPixNix @LNixPix
March on! #march #penguins #chicks #sticktogether #cold #antartica #keepwarm #Repost @sea_legacy with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @DaisyGilardini // During the early spring male and female emperor penguins alternate between spending time with their chick and foraging at sea. At times the chicks are left alone in the colony. Often they gather in creches especially to keep warm during storms. #Turningthetide #Antarctica #EmperorPenguin #penguin
On Jan 1, 2018, China stopped accepting foreign waste - aka much of America’s previously exported recycling (the US exports 1/3 of its recycling and about half goes to China). Which means much of what we think we are recycling is now sitting at recycling centers with no where to go - it’s garbage. While recycling is good in theory, unfortunately, our current system just doesn’t do enough: much of what can be recycled isn’t, what people do recycle is often dirty, and now a lot of it has no where to go and so will get put in landfills or the environment anyways... From the second article, “Of the 6.3 billion metric tons of plastic waste that the world has generated since the middle of last century, we’ve managed to recycle only about 9 percent of it... Americans go through 100 billion plastic shopping bags every year and discard 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour”. We need to stop using “I recycle” as an excuse to continue buying and perpetuating the single use, disposable industry. We need a to demand a change in the system. There’s a reason recycle is the last of the three Rs - REDUCE the waste you create, REUSE what you can, and then recycle what is left. https://www.npr.org/2017/12/09/568797388/recycling-chaos-in-u-s-as-china-bans-foreign-waste https://www.nrdc.org/onearth/america-needs-plastics-intervention-nows-time#utm_source =fb&utm_medium=post&utm_content=socialmedia #trashisfortossers #ditchdisposables #reusables #noplanetb #oneearth #jointhemovement #bethechange #seekbetter #turningthetide
😢 @Regranned from @natgeo #savetheplanet #climatechange #cascade #environment #penguins #endangered #Antarctica #globalwarming - Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide - #regrann
Repost @natgeo by @media.repost : Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
How was your seafood caught? @Regrann from @sea_legacy - Photo by @simonagerphotography // The true cost of your sushi roll. Victims of the tuna industry, a vessel encircled a school of tuna, also trapping 128 sharks. Unceremoniously strung up by the tail and discarded dead and dying back to the ocean. Bycatch is the capture of non-target fish and ocean wildlife, including what is brought to port and what is discarded at sea, dead or dying. Bycatch is one of the biggest threats to the oceans and has contributed to over fishing and the dramatic decline of fish populations around the world. Commercial fisheries bring in approximately 160 billion pounds of marine catch around the world each year. Recent estimates indicate as much as 40 percent of global catch is discarded overboard. Anything can be bycatch: the dolphins, sharks, whales, that are encircled to bring you canned tuna and sushi, the sea turtles caught to bring you shrimp, the flounder thrown overboard to put seared scallops on the menu, the endangered whales migrating thousands of miles only to become entangled for the sake of lobster bisque, and the millions of pounds of halibut or cod that are wasted when fishermen have already reached their quota. Much of this captured wildlife is treated as waste, thrown overboard dead or dying. This conservation problem must be solved to ensure healthy oceans into the future. #bycatch #sealegacy #turningthetide #seashepherd #unsustainable #overfishing #tuna #sushi #vegan #fishing #photooftheday #parleyfortheoceans #sharethelove
Oh 🇨🇦 Canada please protect your wolf population! @Regrann from @sea_legacy - Video by @pacificwild // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video edited by @lindsaymariestewart and shot by @iantmcallister
Please SIGN!!! Save the WOLVES!! #Repost @dp4k.m ・・・ #Repost @mrsllve Please SPEAK UP! 🙏🏼♥️🐺 You can email or sign the petition in @pacificwild bio link. ・・・ Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video by @lindsaymariestewart Via @sea_legacy #vancouver #britishcolumbia #wolves #worthmorealive #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #wildliferescue #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection
・・・ Please SPEAK UP! 🙏🏼♥️🐺 You can email or sign the petition in @pacificwild bio link. ・・・ Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video by @lindsaymariestewart Via @sea_legacy #vancouver #britishcolumbia #wolves #worthmorealive #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #wildliferescue #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection - #regrann
#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ 悲しい😭 . . Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
#Repost @natgeo • • • Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
@Regranned from @paulnicklen - This limited edition print from the @paulnicklengallery , "Submerged Grace", shows one of the species that will benefit immensely from @erna_solberg 's decision to protect the waters around Lofoten. As we continue to apply pressure, moving towards protecting our oceans around the world for amazing animals like these, orcas will be able to thrive in a vibrant ecosystem alongside humpback whales, dolphins, seals, and countless other species who depend on these waters for food. This species, the world's largest dolphin, is one of the most demonized animals in our oceans and must be seen as a keystone species in the open waters of the north, an apex predator meant not for captivity but, rather, for freedom. Contact @paulnicklengallery with any questions about this image, and once again, thank you for your immense support in this journey. Partial proceeds support the efforts of @sea_legacy. #TurningTheTide - #regrann
#Repost @mrsllve ・・・ Please SPEAK UP! 🙏🏼♥️🐺 You can email or sign the petition in @pacificwild bio link. ・・・ Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video by @lindsaymariestewart Via @sea_legacy #vancouver #britishcolumbia #wolves #worthmorealive #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #wildliferescue #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection
#RG #regram @natgeo Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
One single minute that you take to read this and to keep attention on what is going on with this world can help to change the future. @natgeo Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
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Video by @pacificwild // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide #Repost @sea_legacy with @get_repost #savethewolves #vancouverisland #globalwarming #getout #hike #savethewildlife #environmentallymindful Video edited by @lindsaymariestewart and shot by @iantmcallister
#IMMERSIONFILM shot at California’s Largest Lake, The Salton Sea. COMING SOON. 🐚 #SaveTheSaltonSea
💃🏻🕺🏻💃🏻 #Repost @bluespherefoundation ・・・ Our team is working closely with @conservationorg to help support the ‘Conservation Province’ initiative that will ensure that West Papua’s rainforests, mangroves, reefs, and the species and communities who depend upon them, continue to thrive and prosper. 🌿 Here’s a video by our founder @shawnheinrichs taken on a Birds of Paradise shoot with in the mountains of Arfak, West Papua. Here, a Western Parotia performs an elaborate courtship ritual in hopes of attracting a female mate. This region is one of the most critical remaining habitats for these magnificent birds, with deforestation and poaching posing a serious threat to their future. Filmed on @reddigitalcinema Epic Dragon 6k. #bluespherefoundation #indonesianoceanpride #turningthetide
#savebcwolves Last day! Please share and sign petition by visiting @pacificwild
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide - #regrann
Effetti del global warming in Antartide, immagini difficili da guardare senza una stretta al cuore. Scherziamo col fuoco come bambini ma abbiamo un pianeta solo. Ognuno di noi può fare la sua parte sprecando il meno possibile. Pensiamoci anche per lui. #globalwarming #riscaldamentoglobale #antartide #antarctica #pinguini #penguin #penguins #Repost @natgeo ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
#IMMERSIONFILM | COMING SOON 🐚
#Repost @natgeo • Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
😢 😭 🤤 🐧 💔 #Repost @natgeo ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
Please SPEAK UP! 🙏🏼♥️🐺 You can email or sign the petition in @pacificwild bio link. ・・・ Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide Video by @lindsaymariestewart Via @sea_legacy #vancouver #britishcolumbia #wolves #worthmorealive #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #wildliferescue #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide - #regrann #heartbreaking #letsbeconscious #conscience #saveearth #loveanimals #lovenature
#Repost @sea_legacy (@get_repost ) ・・・ Video by @lindsaymariestewart // Thank you to everyone who emailed or tagged @johnhorgan4bc and the @bcndp to let them know you don’t want B.C.’s wolves persecuted, and thank you to @pacificwild for their leadership. Will the government extend the trapping season on Vancouver Island? This is a reminder to keep up the pressure in your own networks of friends and communities. If you haven’t done so already please email the premier at premier@gov.bc.ca and minister Doug Donald at FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca and voice your concern. In the meantime, we will dig deeper and figure out how @sea_legacy and The Tide can make an even bigger impact. Onward! For the wolves. #turningthetide
#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin , soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR , the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide
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