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Margaret E. Atwood

Our #bees are much happier in the Atrium. Buzz over and give them a visit.
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Audubon's new Climate Watch project is getting volunteers to admire bluebirds—for science. ow.ly/wpVD301CaDd
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#UNDRIP #article37 RIGHT to recognition, observance & enforcement of treaties
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Congratulations to @Nicola_R_White, Irina Kovalyova & @WabKinew—winners of the 2016 #KoboEmergingWriter Prize!
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New Heritage Minute explores dark history of Indian residential schools ift.tt/28Ojrpr
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This is so exciting! Here's a sneak peek at @MargaretAtwood's first graphic novel bzfd.it/28R7Ve3
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Here’s A Sneak Peek At Margaret Atwood’s First Graphic Novel buzzfeed.com/krystieyandoli…
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We continue to strive for inclusion and fair representation each season. Here's where we landed this season. #equity
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Vultures are important to our ecosystems—but they're nearing extinction. Can we save them? ow.ly/I8fp301cVzi
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“Safeguarding fisheries and safeguarding nature are not incompatible”—@Prof_CallumYork. See why: youtu.be/DbTY33sFbLE
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Did you know we have a site about comics? Go follow @HeyPanels for all things comic books!
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Despite appearances, the paper nautilus is no evolutionary relic. ow.ly/Wly1301nyWf #CephalopodWeek
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#CephalopodWeek with @scifri begins today! Here are some links from the Museum: bit.ly/1UAywyd
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Birds are struggling in Spain—nearly 64.5 million disappeared just in the past 2 decades.
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