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Monthly Archives: November 2012
There are a few local legends about how deer first came to live on Nantucket that range from deer swimming from the Cape (16 miles at the shortest point) to deer being purposefully brought to the island in the 1920s … Continue reading
Wow! With 19 days remaining, we have already exceeded our goal of raising $2000 through the #SciFund Challenge. We are incredibly grateful for all the support for our project. Of course, we are still seeking donations, so please still consider … Continue reading
Our #SciFund Challenge to crowdfund for spotted turtle research on Nantucket is taking off. We have been making new friends on facebook and getting new followers on twitter (@ncfscience) – all great ways to keep tabs on our research and … Continue reading
A few months ago, NCF’s primary turtle expert decided to attach a GoPro camera to the top of a hard hat and set off into the scrub oak to show what it’s like to track turtles through the shrubby wetlands … Continue reading
Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the first week of our #SciFund Challenge! We have had great response so far but there is still a lot of work to do. We have three weeks left to reach … Continue reading
Read Anthony’s interview with us on his blog @iheartanthony’s Research about our current #SciFund Challenge project to raise money to study spotted turtles on Nantucket – http://research.iheartanthony.com/2012/11/14/scifund-rd-3-with-the-nantucket-conservation-foundation-httprkthb-co11854/ And then consider donating to support our research!
Today, the NCF Science and Stewardship Department is venturing into exciting and unknown territory. We are participating in the #SciFund Challenge to raise money to study spotted turtles at Medouie Creek. If you look back over our posts from the … Continue reading