Did you perhaps mean rewinding?
- v. present participle of rewild.
“The word "rewilding" became an essential part of talk among conservationists in the late 1990s when two well-known conservation biologists, Michael SoulÃ© and Reed Noss, wrote a now classic paper called "Rewilding and biodiversity: Complementary Goals for Continental Conservation.”
“The word "rewilding" became an essential part of talk among conservationists in the late 1990s when two well-known conservation biologists, Michael Soulé and Reed Noss, wrote a now classic paper called "Rewilding and biodiversity: Complementary Goals for Continental Conservation.”
“Looks like the rewilding is proceeding beyond expevctations.”
“And I found just what I was looking for when I began to read about what are called rewilding projects.”
“Serious debates have begun over what were once considered fringe ideas, such as dumping iron into the ocean to promote algal blooms that suck up carbon dioxide or even North American "rewilding" - the reintroduction of large mammals, such as cheetahs and camels, that disappeared from the continent about 13,000 years ago.”
“Some of England's most endangered species could be brought back from the brink of extinction as the result of a year-long government wildlife review to be launched tomorrow, which will focus on "rewilding" - returning land to its natural state - and extending habitats.”
“Today, the idea that you can use those same animals, or modern analogs like elephants and Przewalski's horses, to restore an ancient ecosystem is called rewilding, and it goes far beyond conservation.”
“Until we get "rewilding" it had best get at least some grazing or prooblems will result..”
“One of the first Chinese Tigers sent to South Africa in 2003 for the historical "rewilding" (word coined by our strategist Gus Van Dyk-former Carnivore Manager at Pilansburg National Park) training is named "Cathay" after Cathay Pacific who sponsored the transportation.”
“Andrew Price on February 11, 2010 at 5: 00 pm PST takes a look at the benefits of large-scale "rewilding" to protect biodiversity:”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘rewilding’.
I can't guarantee this list will be around too long, but if it unborks the front page, I'd kiss bilby.
I mean, if bears could kiss bilbies without, like, giving them bilby-heart attacks.
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these were collected recently
mostly from Chambers and some
from Collins dictionaries.
Overheard at 2007.recentchangescamp.org
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Looking for tweets for rewilding.