ECWG Virtual Meeting: Africa’s Famous Game Reserves by: Kent and Marcia Minichiello

ECWG Virtual Meeting: Africa’s Famous Game Reserves by: Kent and Marcia Minichiello

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends, Members’ Guests and Non-Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the March 2021 ECWG virtual via Zoom. About the Presentation East and southern Africa’s famous game reserves and parks shelter some of the most ancient and diverse habitat on the planet. Not only are these protected areas justly renowned for their …

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ECWG Virtual Meeting: Living with Snow Leopards by Tshewang Wangchuk

ECWG Virtual Meeting: Living with Snow Leopards by Tshewang Wangchuk

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends, Members’ Guests and Non-Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the February 2021 ECWG virtual via Zoom. About the Presentation Bhutan’s high Himalayan mountains are an excellent home to snow leopards. The magnificent wild cat thrives in a region where there is minimal persecution from humans who, along with their livestock …

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Embassy of Uzbekistan Virtual Event: 580th Anniversary Alisher Navoi

Embassy of Uzbekistan Virtual Event: 580th Anniversary Alisher Navoi

The Explorers Club Washington Group has been cordially invited by the Embassy of Uzbekistan, to join this celebratory presentation on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 10 a.m. EST Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dDJBG3jLRh6_zxM5xE_gjw “We are delighted to invite you to join us at the celebration of the 580th Anniversary of Alisher Navoi – a great poet, …

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ECWG Virtual Meeting: Glacier-Fiord-Ocean Interactions in the Eastern Gulf of Alaska by Dr. Bruce F. Molnia, FN80

ECWG Virtual Meeting: Glacier-Fiord-Ocean Interactions in the Eastern Gulf of Alaska by Dr. Bruce F. Molnia, FN80

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends, Members’ Guests and Non-Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the February 2021 ECWG virtual via Zoom. About the Presentation The ~500-km-long Eastern Gulf of Alaska coastline is one of the most active and unique coastlines on Earth. Impacted by high intensity coastal processes and natural hazards, it has changed rapidly, …

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2020 Exploration and Field Research Grant Recipients

2020 Exploration and Field Research Grant Recipients

Lindsay Barranco (M.S.), University of Maryland, Entomology, “Evaluating native bee abundance, diversity and nesting preferences in small-scale wildflower strips”, Maryland Ground nesting bees are important pollinators and 70% of bee species worldwide nest within the ground, yet little is known about bee nesting preference. This project will measure the abundance, diversity and nesting preferences of …

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