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The Nature Conservancy
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EDGE of Existence
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» eNature is a great wildlife web resource provided by the National Wildlife Federation, to find out about wildlife in your neighborhood.

Environmental Defense
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National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
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» A co-production of National Public Radio (NPR) and National Geographic, Radio Expeditions takes you on virtual expeditions to amazing areas of the globe and enables you to explore environmental and social issues while there.

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Humpback whales swim the waters of every ocean on the globe, and regularly follow regular migration routes -- spending summers in colder waters for feeding and winters in warmer waters for breeding.
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