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Para la Naturaleza and Boys & Girls Club Puerto Rico provide nature immersion experiences for youth

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

The non-profits Para la Naturaleza and Boys & Girls Club have partnered to provide nature immersion experiences for youth 6 to 18 years old.

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Citizens and experts share ideas to control light pollution Puerto Rico

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For the 4th year, the Environmental Quality Board, the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources, the National Ocean and Atmospheric Agency and Para La Naturaleza celebrated the Symposium on prevention and control of light pollution in Puerto Rico.

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4th Symposium on Light Pollution in Puerto Rico

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(San Juan, 9 de agosto de 2017) – The 4th Symposium on Light Pollution in Puerto Rico will take place in August 30, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM at the Edificio de Agencias Ambientales Cruz A. Matos, in Cupey. 

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New digital tools to help the planting of native trees in Puerto Rico

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The non-profit organization, Para La Naturaleza, developed a new digital tool to encourage the planting of native trees. This tool will help people choose the appropriate native tree to plant based on their needs, characteristics and available space. The tool is available through their webpage at: www.paralanaturaleza.org/arbolesnativos.

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Nature Fair returns

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Celebrate Earth day at the Fair for Nature. Entrance is free!
 
Where: Pabellón de la Paz, Parque Luis Muñoz Rivera, Puerta de Tierra, San Juan
When: Saturday, April 22, 2017

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Passionate about bats

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Marcos Pérez Ramírez/ Especial para Ciudadano Científico/ Para la Naturaleza

Venus Andrea Páez is a high school student that is part of the science citizen project with Para La Naturaleza, and has conducted and presented research about bats on international conferences.

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Let's protect the bioluminescence of our actions

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Fernando Lloveras San Miguel

This article describes the effects of luminous pollution on bioluminescence and summarizes some of the initiatives taken to reduce this pollution in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. The author encourages the participation of the public in these initiatives and invites them to attend the 3rd forum on Prevention and Control of Luminous Pollution in Puerto Rico to be held on August 9, 2016.

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Free event this Tuesday on the impact of luminous pollution

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The Astronomy Society of Puerto Rico invites the general public to the "3rd forum on prevention and control of luminous pollution in Puerto Rico". This event will be held on Tuesday, August 9 from 8:30am to 4:00pm at the Sala Jesús María Saromá in the Teatro Bertita and the Guillermo L. Martínez room in the Puerto Rico Music Conservatory  at # 951  Ave. Ponce de León in San Juan. 

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New fungi in the island

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Marcos Pérez Ramírez

Scientists discovered three types of fungi that were not previously found in Puerto Rico. These were identified in the Protected Natural Area of Cañón San Cristóbal in Barranquitas.

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Studying our bats

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Dereck J. González Pérez, a high school student, joined the project Ciudadano Científico Para La Naturaleza, and is now investigating the impact of the human footprint on bat populations in the Río Grande of Manatí.  

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