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NFC: Fw: Nature Conservancy Nature News, November 2000

Welcome to Nature News -our monthly peek into the 
state of the planet. Learn what lands, waters, 
plants and animals The Nature Conservancy is 
working to save and where to find more information. 
For general information about The Nature Conservancy, 
please visit our Web site: http://www.tnc.org. 
Please also note that The Nature Conservancy is 
currently redesigning its Web site, and a new and 
improved version of www.tnc.org will be online in 

1. A Home Where the Buffalo Roam 
2. Is That Your Final Answer?
3. Precious Heritage
4. Adopt An Acre
5. Fast Fact- The Dry Tortugas 
6. New Web Site

1. A Home Where the Buffalo Roam

The Nature Conservancy's new Web site launches in 
early  December. Here, you can learn in detail about 
The Nature Conservancy's fifty years of groundbreaking 
conservation programs, meet conservation heroes, or 
become better acquainted with one of the species The 
Nature Conservancy protects-from birds to jaguars. 
These are just a few of the highlights, discover a few 
of your own in December.  

Please visit the new Web site in December at:


2. Is That Your Final Answer?

Do you know: 
Where to find the only living coral reefs in the 
continental United States?
Where to find an "eerily beautiful, quiet historic 
fort," frigate birds, and turtle nests? 
Where to find unique, scenic islands in danger of 
being 'loved to death'?

To learn the answers, and learn how these questions 
are connected, please visit our magazine at:


3. Precious Heritage

Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity in the 
United States documents twenty-five years  of 
conservation work by scientists from The Nature 
Conservancy and the Association for Biodiversity 
Information. The book also provides a comprehensive 
look at the United States' biological health.

To learn more, please visit:


4. Adopt An Acre

Among the mahogany and cedar trees of Belize's Rio 
Bravo Conservation and Management Area, monkeys and 
migratory birds perch in the branches while elusive 
jaguars and tapirs prowl below. The Nature Conservancy 
works in partnership with Programme for Belize to 
maintain the preserve's rich natural resources...one 
of the many sites Adopt An Acre has helped to protect 
since the program's inception in 1990.

To learn more, please visit:


5. Fast Fact- The Dry Tortugas

Florida's Dry Tortugas are the outermost point of 
the eastern United States.


In early December, The Nature Conservancy will rocket 
into cyberspace with a redesigned Web site. The new 
site will launch on December 1, and be more 
inter-active and user-oriented for our visitors. 
Please stay tuned and check out our new site in 
December at http://www.tnc.org.

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