1. An ecosystem engineering Water Vole at work

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    After a two mile search it was heartening to finally spot this dear little water vole increasing biodiversity by dining on Fools Watercress with amazing speed. It does, after all need to eat approximately 80% of its body weight each day. There were reports of mink on the stretches of river where water vole signs were absent. A local farmer told me she had trapped three mink on a voleless stretch and a dog owner told me that her specialist dog ( Minkhound) had caught and killed a mink much to her alarm. She thought the mink might harm her dog, but apparently the Minkhound breed despatches mink with surprising ease.

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    • Tu, Fansler, Gitahi _Intertwined Earth

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      This video is about Pick Your Habitat

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      • COCINA PARA PRINCIPIANTES. 10

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        Nos acompaña Luisma de Canorte, empresa que colabora con este espacio desde el primer día y nos presenta sus productos. Realizamos una lengua con pimientos y nueces y un chorizo al vino, dos tapas muy rápidas y especiales para cualquier día. Maestros Cárnicos y Roblicos siempre con nosotros igual que el establecimiento de decoración Gaia Habitat que nos acoge todas las semanas.

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        • Habitat

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          Short stop motion, exploring the notion of constructing and deconstructing a sheltered form

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          • Sleuthing camels in Dubai’s desert

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            The caravans who have been populating the main commercial routes from China to Europe do not exist anymore. Instead oil and gas plants dissect the beauty of the desert. Huge freeways connect the more and more densely populated Arabic countries and let the habitat of the camels shrink. With the rising wealth the decline of the camel began. From a farm animal and a loyal companion for the desert tribes it turned more and more into a toy of pride and fun of the wealthy Royal families. Camel farming become rare, camel breeding prevails. But what didn’t change beside all the sad phenomena of constraint that evolve from wealth is the appreciation for this wonderful robust creature without which survival in the desert couldn’t have been imagined.

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            • Mountaintop Habitat for Humanity Build

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              When the CHURCH works together, HOMES are built!

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              • Athens Habitat DIY ReStore Revamp #4

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                We just finished our 4th DIY video, just in time for summer! This is the perfect summer project to revamp some of your older furniture!! Let us know what you think and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Be sure to use #RestoreRevamp to show us what projects you are working on! Be sure to visit the ReStores (532 Barber St. Athens, Ga and 4125 Atlanta Highway Bogart, Ga)! Check back for more videos coming soon!! This week's video features music from the awesome Athens band Four Eyes check them out at facebook.com/FourEyesAthens

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                • PRESERVING HICKORY NUT GORGE

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                  A look at the habitat and species of the Hickory Nut Gorge in North Carolina. By Sean Keuroghlian-Eaton and Evan Lamb, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary class.

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                  • NO ORDINARY SQUIRREL

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                    A look at the endangered population of Carolina Northern Flying Squirrels. By Halley McVeigh and Dylan Bahoosh, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary film class.

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                    • APPALACHIAN GOLD: THE PLIGHT OF GINSENG

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                      Threats and conservation efforts around North Carolina's native ginseng populations. By Jesmira Bonoan and Max Olszack, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary class.

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