Nature Conservation as a Way Of Life

Nature Conservation as a Way Of Life

Get Involved! Become an EwA Ambassador

Your support to protect Biodiversity and act for Climate makes the World a Better place for both People & Nature [More »]

Get Involved! Become an EwA Ambassador

Your support to protect Biodiversity and act for Climate makes the World a Better place for both People & Nature [More »]

What we Do

 

» Cultivate Ecological Science, Ethics & Leadership

» Engage through Co-creative Citizen Science & Direct Experiences

» Reconcile Environmental Attitude, Knowledge & Behavior

 

Our Mission

Learn ▸ Practice ▸  Inspire


Learn ▸ Biodiversity & Nature Systems

Get a Wild Attitude ꙳ Be Informed ꙳ Act Responsibly

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The Wetlands Rules-2
Wildness Etiquette
Wildlife Documentation Photography Essentials
Herp Rules-2
Wildlife Watching-2
The Reef Rules-2
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Conservation Leader Rules-2
The Zoo Goer Etiquette-2
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Conservation FWE Main-2
The Wetlands Rules-2
Wildness Etiquette
Wildlife Documentation Photography Essentials
Herp Rules-2
Wildlife Watching-2
The Reef Rules-2
EwA Page Banner_3
Traveling Ess
Conservation Leader Rules-2
The Zoo Goer Etiquette-2
Zoo Eval Guide
Pesek's little one-2
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The EwA guides & etiquettes are focused on ecology, habitats, species, and human activities/disciplines.
They help us minimize our footprint, 'positive' our impact & spread ecological mindfulness. [ EwA Knowledge Resources » ]

Practice ▸ Sound Science & Ecological Experiences

A Bridge between People & Nature ꙳ Protecting what we Love 


EwA Conservation Citizen Science and EwA Nature Circles cultivate mindful ecological experiences combining science, wellness, ethics & art.
Any one of us, anywhere in the World can be an advocate for nature either through science or nature experiences. Enjoy! [ Citizen Science » ] [ Nature Activities » ]

Inspire ▸ Nature Leadership

Committing ꙳ Sharing  ꙳ Leading by Example 


Caring means sharing and inspiring others. Getting closer to Nature has never been more important. To alleviate the pressure that we are putting on Nature, together, we need to inspire and make our quest a collective quest.

Make your Nature connection
a deeply rooted & shared experience

[ Take the Pledge »  ]

EwA Featured News


EwA Internship » Biodiversity and Climate Citizen Science

Ideal internship for undergraduates and graduate students preferably studying environmental sciences, ecology, and/or conservation biology...
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Don’t Hike so Close to Me: How the Presence of Humans Can Disturb Wildlife up to Half a Mile Away

In a recent review of hundreds of studies covering many species, we found that the presence of humans can alter...
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Fresh Pond Almanac—September at the Meadow

September wildlife highlights of a lovely meadow right at the heart of a busy city in New England...
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Flora, Fauna, and … Funga? The Case for a Third ‘F.

Flora, Fauna, and … Funga? The Case for a Third ‘F.’ Top: Giuliana Furci wrote a field guide for Chilean...
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🏞️ Forest Immersion » Going Back Home

Ideally, Forest Immersion (or Forest Attuning) happens in a forest, but it needs not be. You can pick a meadow, a beach,...
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🏙️ Observing Nature in the City

Nature is closer than we think – present all around us in our busy cities. She has added a few...
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Caring for Frogs and Salamanders in their Own Home

Caring for Frogs and Salamanders —Herping Ethically 🐸  This season, we've seen a lot of posts showing salamander egg masses...
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EwA at Horn Pond

EwA at Horn Pond Helping Insects with Citizen Science There is no better way to nurture our ecological self than...
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Forest Explorations — September in the Fells

Much of the Fell’s flora has passed its summer prime but evergreen wintergreens still adorn the forest floor.
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Wasps Biosurveillance and Milkweed Haven

Mid-summer highlights about the importance of wasps, and milkweed. What do they have in common? They're often feared (wasps), or...
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EwA Conservation Reports

📊 The EwA reports are a testimony of a journey documenting the natural history of urban biodiversity and phenology while...
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Even Scientists Take Selfies With Wild Animals –Here’s Why They Shouldn’t

Even Scientists Take Selfies with Wild Animals. Here's Why They Shouldn't. One of the great things about being a biologist...
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