Our Scientists Say “Thanks!” – Watch the Video

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Our scientists are thankful for your support and have put together a video to show you just how much they appreciate all that you do for nature.  Please watch and accept our sincere thanks.

Watch our scientists say “thanks.”

The Conservancy is a world leader in cutting-edge conservation science — and you play a key role in our adventures!  Read all the latest stories of our scientists’ adventures in the field to find out how your support fuels our scientific pursuits:

Go Behind the Science

Do Conservancy scientists spend their days in front of computers? Sometimes. But you can also find them shooting crossbows into trees, rappelling down cliffs and fending off fer-de-lance with machetes.

Be a Science Sleuth

Our scientists are trying to solve four conservation mysteries — can you help them crack the case?

7 Cool Science Gadgets

From peeper scopes to duct tape — learn more about the cool tools Nature Conservancy scientists use to solve conservation issues. The list may surprise you!

Fighting West Nile

A box, a stick and a peanut… See how our scientists are combining old-fashioned tools with cutting-edge technology to save an extremely rare bird.

How Do You Save a Cave?

Learn how Conservancy cave scientists from Tennessee helped protect the largest cave system…in Belize.

Again, thank you for supporting conservation science and all that do for our natural world.

Sincerely,

The Nature Conservancy

p.s. Don’t forget to watch the video and share it with your Facebook friends

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