Amy Mathews Amos

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Amy Mathews Amos

After spending most of her life on the U.S. east coast (and far too long battling bad conservation policies in the narrow-minded halls of Congress), Amy Mathews Amos now writes about wildlife and wild places from the wide-open spaces of the American Southwest. Follow her work at amymathewsamos.com or on Twitter @AmyMatAm.)

Andy Jeffrey

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Andy  Jeffrey

Andy Jeffrey is a nature-loving nerd with a penchant for Star Wars and fast cars. A self-proclaimed Indiana Jones wannabe (right down to the irrational fear of snakes), he can be spotted digging through anthropology books in his spare time. Find him on Twitter @andrew_jay or in Earth Touch's 2-Minute Roundup series.)

Ashley Braun

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Ashley Braun

Ashley Braun is a Seattle-based science and environmental writer who works by day at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The rest of the time, she slings puns, gardens in an urban jungle and writes for publications such as Discover and Natural History Magazine. Find her at ashleybraun.com and on Twitter @ashleybraun.)

Becky Cliffe

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Becky  Cliffe

Becky Cliffe is a British zoologist working at the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica. She completed the first in-depth research project into captive sloth biology and is now spearheading a long term investigation into the ecology of wild sloths through The Sloth Backpack Project.)

Carol Kaufmann

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Carol Kaufmann

Carol Kaufmann is a freelance writer and editor based in the Washington, D.C. area. She's the author of SAFARI (Workman 2012), a New York Times bestseller, and OCEAN, which will be published this fall. She's a former writer for National Geographic magazine and reporter for Reader's Digest. )

Don Pinnock

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Don  Pinnock

Dr Don Pinnock is an investigative journalist and photographer who, some time back, realised he knew nothing about the natural world. So he set out to discover it. This took him to five continents – including Antarctica – and resulted in five books on natural history and hundreds of articles about his travels. )

George Mercer

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George Mercer

With three decades as a national park warden behind him, George Mercer has worked all across Canada, from the east and west coasts to the north and the Rocky Mountains. He continues to be passionate about parks and protected areas, which inspire most of his writing on biodiversity and conservation issues. You can follow George's writing at www.writenature.com.)

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