Healthy ecosystems and thriving communities depend on diversity
Archaeologists, dig this! Wildnote welcomes CRM expert Chris Webster to the team. He's here to show you how to improve your bottom line by integrating modern technology into fieldwork, documentation, and photo management practices.

Stop in and say "Hi" at th e Society for California Archaeology's annual meeting and conference in San Diego, CA March 9-11.
Did you know that the story of America's National Park System is also a story of African American environmentalism? Lots of people don't. Check out our latest blog, "Cultivating Diversity For Healthy Ecosystems and Thriving Communities" as we uncover stories of exceptional black environmental achievements.
The National Park Service, caretakers of the Biscayne National Park in Florida has joined with the National Black Scuba Divers foundation and 'Diving With A Purpose' to investigate historical shipwrecks in the park. In "Changing Seas, Sunken Stories," PBS tells the tale of this unique maritime archeology project.

The wreckage of 2nd Lieutenant Frank Moody’s plane was discovered 70 years to the day after it was lost. Documenting the site of this downed Tuskegee Airmen's plane represents a rare opportunity in the underwater archaeology field to bring awareness to a unique cultural heritage resource. 

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Animex wildlife mitigation solutions and the  Pe ople’s Trust for Endangered Species have tested and proven this cost effective solution for maintaining and enhancing habitat connectivity for arboreal species in the UK and Japan.

Specifically designed to provide stress free installation and maintenance, this wildlife bridge can stand alone or be fitted into other structures such as an existing road bridge or underpass and comes with a lifetime guarantee. Check out the action captured on the trail camera . Does the mouse evade the fox?
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