#turningthetide

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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 6 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
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‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
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It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments. .
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
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➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.

@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #protect #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations
#climatechange #climateaction #populationcontrol #parisagreement #cop21 #activecitizens #actnow #saynotoplastic


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▫️▫️FREE▫️▫️YOUR▫️▫️MIND▫️▫️
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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 5 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
.
‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
.
It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments. .
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
.
➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.

@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations #populationcontrol #actnow #saynotoplastic


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▫️▫️FREE▫️▫️YOUR▫️▫️MIND▫️▫️
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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 4 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
.
‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
.
It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments.
.
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
.
➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.

@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #protect #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations
#climatechange #climateaction #populationcontrol #parisagreement #cop21 #activecitizens #actnow #saynotoplastic


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▫️▫️FREE▫️▫️YOUR▫️▫️MIND▫️▫️
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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 3 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
.
‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
.
It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments. .
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
.
➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.

@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #protect #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations
#climatechange #climateaction #populationcontrol #parisagreement #cop21 #activecitizens #actnow #saynotoplastic


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▫️▫️FREE▫️▫️YOUR▫️▫️MIND▫️▫️
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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 2 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
.
‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
.
It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments. .
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
.
➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.


@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #protect #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations
#climatechange #climateaction #populationcontrol #parisagreement #cop21 #activecitizens #actnow #saynotoplastic


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▫️▫️FREE▫️▫️YOUR▫️▫️MIND▫️▫️
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Meltwater gushes from an ice cap on the island of #Nordaustlandet, in #Norway's #Svalbard archipelago. Image ( 1 of 6 ) .
Photograph by @paulnicklen

‼️ From the Arctic to Peru, from Switzerland to the equatorial glaciers of Man Jaya in Indonesia, massive ice fields, monstrous glaciers, and sea ice are disappearing, FAST ‼️

‼️ Scientists who assess the planet's health see indisputable evidence that Earth has been getting warmer, in some cases rapidly. Most believe that human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have influenced this warming trend.‼️
.
‼️In the past decade scientists have documented record-high average annual surface temperatures and have been observing other signs of change all over the planet: in the distribution of ice, and in the salinity, levels, and temperatures of the oceans ‼️

‼️If we are going to reverse or slow climate change, the time to act is #NOW‼️

‼️ Climate change is real ‼️
.
It’s time to stop debating this inconvenient truth, and instead direct our collective energy towards good decisions for the planet. Big change comes from small adjustments. .
Some first steps simple to #doyourpart include:
.
➡️ avoiding ALL plastics
➡️ choosing certified fish
➡️ volunteering your time to a cause for change.
.
Visit @AnInconvenientTruth and check out @ZariaLynn to see what others are doing.

@SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #ocean #protect #BeInconvenient #ClimateChangeisReal @AnInconvenientTruth @NatGeoPristineSeas @mattiasklumofficial #polarbear #savethepolarbears #arctic #sdgs2030 #globalgoals #unitednations
#climatechange #climateaction #populationcontrol #parisagreement #cop21 #activecitizens #actnow #saynotoplastic


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Photograph👉@minkailov.84 @natgeo - Photograph by @paulnicklen // The locals call him Niño, which in Spanish means “boy.” He is only eight or nine feet long but that does not mean he lacks confidence. If I got too close he would gently remind me to back off by slowly opening up his mouth. He is definitely not as scary as he looks. #follow me on @paulnicklen to see a much larger croc follow me at night in the mangroves of Cuba. #gratitude #nature #cuba #TurningTheTide with @sea_legacy #adventure #explore #instagood #smile #picoftheday #instagood #instadaily - #regrann


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Ola you guys!  Here is a photo from one of my most admired Instagramers. I am going to post the previous caption below. <3
(((Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager)))

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What would you caption this? 📸: @magentahyde
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This is another piece I created for an Artivism competition. It's called 'No where left to breath'. I was inspired to make it after I saw a devastating video of a floating "trash Island" found in the Caribbean.
The island spans over 5 miles and is mostly made up of polystyrene, plastic cutlery, straws, plastic bags and water bottles.
During a time where its never been easier to use reusable water bottles we have gone from producing 300 billion plastic bottles in 2006, to 480 billion last year!
There are now tiny bits of plastic in most of the seafood we eat and by 2050 it's predicted there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish.
A sobering thought and a massive incentive to cut out plastic where ever we can. There's always an alternative.

#natgeonz#saltnomads #discoverocean #oceana #oceanmagazine #oceanplanet #oceanicwildlifeconservation#oceanic.global #whaledreamer #lonelywhale #canon #aquatech_imagingsolutions#ig_shotz #keikoconservation #blueplanet #missionblue #conservation #saveourseas #missionblue #turningthetide #naturegeography


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Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager


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This is another piece I created for an Artivism competition. It's called 'No where left to breath'. I was inspired to make it after I saw a devastating video of a floating "trash Island" found in the Caribbean.
The island spans over 5 miles and is mostly made up of polystyrene, plastic cutlery, straws, plastic bags and water bottles.
During a time where its never been easier to use reusable water bottles we have gone from producing 300 billion plastic bottles in 2006, to 480 billion last year!
There are now tiny bits of plastic in most of the seafood we eat and by 2050 it's predicted there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish.
A sobering thought and a massive incentive to cut out plastic where ever we can. There's always an alternative.

#natgeonz#saltnomads #discoverocean #oceana #oceanmagazine #oceanplanet #oceanicwildlifeconservation#oceanic.global #whaledreamer #lonelywhale #canon #aquatech_imagingsolutions#ig_shotz #keikoconservation #blueplanet #missionblue #conservation #saveourseas #missionblue #turningthetide #naturegeography

Mo'orea
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@Regranned from @sea_legacy - Photo by @DaisyGilardini // I captured this image of a gentoo penguin colony in a snowstorm on Pleneau Island in the  Antarctic Peninsula in November, 2015. I was feverish that morning with flu, and so didn't go out on the ship's first landing of the day. I chose instead to stay in bed and ride out the bug. I couldn't get any rest, though. I tossed and turned,  knowing I was missing out on a great  storm. Finally, I decided to go out in the afternoon, no matter what. Once on dry land, I hardly made it up the hill, I was huffing and coughing so much. Reaching the top of the hill, I started working a couple of penguins, who were courting. The wind picked up and a strong gust almost knocked me over. At this point, I realized it wasn't really that wise to be out there, considering my cold. I thought it would be wiser to return to the warmth of my bunk in the ship. I started packing up my gear and, when I turned around to descend the hill, this is what appeared before me. In a blink of an eye, I forgot about the fever, forgot about the cold, forgot about the discomfort. It was one of my most memorable shots of the entire expedition, and I was the last one to leave the site to go back to the ship. Perseverance always pays off. That image made into National Geographic, the February, 2017 issue, in the “Vision of Earth” section.
#TurningTheTide #Antarctica #penguins #climate_change - #regrann


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#Repost @natgeotravel (@get_repost)
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Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager


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Repost from @daisygilardini The Kermode bear is one of the rarest bears in the world. Due to a unique recessive gene, this subspecies of the American Black bear has white or cream-coloured fur.
Just 400 to 1,000 individuals are believed to remain, in a 400-kilometre-long corridor of rainforest along Canada’s west coast: the Great Bear Rainforest.
This unique ecosystem where everything is interdependent needs protection. Salmon are the natural link which connects the forest to the ocean, through their cyclical spawning seasons. Bears will catch a fish and then drag it into the forest to eat. Birds and other mammals feed on the remains, while marine nutrients, along with the bear’s droppings, help fertilize the forest soil.
As conservation photographers it is our duty to capture the beauty of places and species at risk, and raise awareness trough the universal power of the images we capture.
#TurningTheTide #SpiritBear #GreatBearRainforest #Canada #britishcolumbia #natgeo #natgeowild #imagesofcanada #bear #spiritbear #kermodebear #kermode #wildlife #wild #wildanimals #wildlifeplanet #wildlifeaddicts #wildlifecentral #travelcanada #explorecanada #explorebritishcolumbia #parkscanada #canada #canadiancreatives #canadawildlife #wildlifephotography #wildgeography #wildlifeplanet #nikon#lowepro #nikoncanada


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2017 Best nine • Dodo, ocean life & wild stuffs. 🌊🌵🏕️👽🌎🐋🌱✨


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Just ran into @sea_legacy ‘s page and advice everyone to check it out! Join the team and share your voice! .
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Fight for the health of our oceans! 🌊🐙🐠🐳🦈🦀🐡 #turningthetide #sealegacy


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#Repost @natgeotravel (@get_repost)
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Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager


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#Repost @sea_legacy (@get_repost)
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Photo by @daisygilardini // The Kermode bear is one of the rarest bears in the world. Due to a unique recessive gene, this subspecies of the American Black bear has white or cream-coloured fur.
Just 400 to 1,000 individuals are believed to remain, in a 400-kilometre-long corridor of rainforest along Canada’s west coast: the Great Bear Rainforest.
This unique ecosystem where everything is interdependent needs protection. Salmon are the natural link which connects the forest to the ocean, through their cyclical spawning seasons. Bears will catch a fish and then drag it into the forest to eat. Birds and other mammals feed on the remains, while marine nutrients, along with the bear’s droppings, help fertilize the forest soil.
As conservation photographers it is our duty to capture the beauty of places and species at risk, and raise awareness through the universal power of the images we capture.
#TurningTheTide #SpiritBear #GreatBearRainforest #Canada


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Photo & caption by @PaulnicklenThere is nothing I’d love more for Christmas than to know polar bears are healthy, happy and protected. As the apex predator in the Arctic, and an animal I grew up in close proximity to on Baffin Island, these bears represent the general health of an ecosystem. For this to happen, we need to create marine protected areas in the Arctic (like the recently created Tallurutiup Imanga / Lancaster Sound), and we need to combat climate change. @Sea_Legacy is working hard build constituencies that demand that world governments cut carbon emissions and create marine protected areas. If you’d like to help convince these government entities to protect bears of all kinds, please consider giving the gift of a membership to The Tide and letting your loved one help in #TurningTheTide for our bears. Follow @sea_legacy to learn more. #12DreamsofChristmas"


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The Kermode bear is one of the rarest bears in the world. Due to a unique recessive gene, this subspecies of the American Black bear has white or cream-coloured fur.
Just 400 to 1,000 individuals are believed to remain, in a 400-kilometre-long corridor of rainforest along Canada’s west coast: the Great Bear Rainforest.
This unique ecosystem where everything is interdependent needs protection. Salmon are the natural link which connects the forest to the ocean, through their cyclical spawning seasons. Bears will catch a fish and then drag it into the forest to eat. Birds and other mammals feed on the remains, while marine nutrients, along with the bear’s droppings, help fertilize the forest soil.
As conservation photographers it is our duty to capture the beauty of places and species at risk, and raise awareness trough the universal power of the images we capture.
#TurningTheTide #SpiritBear #GreatBearRainforest #Canada #britishcolumbia #natgeo #natgeowild #imagesofcanada #bear #spiritbear #kermodebear #kermode #wildlife #wild #wildanimals #wildlifeplanet #wildlifeaddicts #wildlifecentral #travelcanada #explorecanada #explorebritishcolumbia #parkscanada #canada #canadiancreatives #canadawildlife #wildlifephotography #wildgeography #wildlifeplanet #nikon#lowepro #nikoncanada

Great Bear Rainforest
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Photo by @DaisyGilardini // I captured this image of a gentoo penguin colony in a snowstorm on Pleneau Island in the  Antarctic Peninsula in November, 2015. I was feverish that morning with flu, and so didn't go out on the ship's first landing of the day. I chose instead to stay in bed and ride out the bug. I couldn't get any rest, though. I tossed and turned,  knowing I was missing out on a great  storm. Finally, I decided to go out in the afternoon, no matter what. Once on dry land, I hardly made it up the hill, I was huffing and coughing so much. Reaching the top of the hill, I started working a couple of penguins, who were courting. The wind picked up and a strong gust almost knocked me over. At this point, I realized it wasn't really that wise to be out there, considering my cold. I thought it would be wiser to return to the warmth of my bunk in the ship. I started packing up my gear and, when I turned around to descend the hill, this is what appeared before me. In a blink of an eye, I forgot about the fever, forgot about the cold, forgot about the discomfort. It was one of my most memorable shots of the entire expedition, and I was the last one to leave the site to go back to the ship. Perseverance always pays off. That image made into National Geographic, the February, 2017 issue, in the “Vision of Earth” section.
#TurningTheTide #Antarctica #penguins #climate_change


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RepostBy @natgeotravel: "Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)


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#Repost @natgeotravel (@get_repost)
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Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager


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RepostBy @paulnicklen: "There is nothing I’d love more for Christmas than to know polar bears are healthy, happy and protected. As the apex predator in the Arctic, and an animal I grew up in close proximity to on Baffin Island, these bears represent the general health of an ecosystem. For this to happen, we need to create marine protected areas in the Arctic (like the recently created Tallurutiup Imanga / Lancaster Sound), and we need to combat climate change. @Sea_Legacy is working hard build constituencies that demand that world governments cut carbon emissions and create marine protected areas. If you’d like to help convince these government entities to protect bears of all kinds, please consider giving the gift of a membership to The Tide and letting your loved one help in #TurningTheTide for our bears. Follow @sea_legacy to learn more. #12DreamsofChristmas" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)


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Video by @paulnicklen // This was perhaps my favorite moment in nature. It is one thing to swim with orcas and it is another to have a huge male swim to within 2 feet of you and gently pluck a herring from the surface. To see more of these stories, #follow me on@paulnicklen. #turningthetide with @sea_legacy. #nature #naturelovers With @cristinamittermeier @goranehlme @hannestrager

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RepostBy @paulnicklen: "When I first began photography in the ancient days of slide film, I was a young biologist who only wanted to capture the beauty of the Arctic. As I became established as a professional, my job took me further and delved deeper into many different ecosystems, almost all of which I began to understand were fragile. I could not ignore what was happening in front of my lens. I still can’t. As we hit day three of the #12DreamsofChristmas and its theme “Find Your Pod,” I am happy to say I have found my pod in @Sea_Legacy. Togther with @CristinaMittermeier, I am proud to lead us forward as a conservation organization that seeks solutions and hope before conflict. Will you join us in #TurningTheTide for our oceans? View the #12DreamsofChristmas by following @Sea_Legacy and @CristinaMittermeier" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)


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Learning about ice climbing the other day was super interesting. Our guide Duncan was eager to give us "ice fever." It's definitely contagious. Let's do our part keep the planet cold.


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