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Nene

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Nen

(nĕn), river, c.90 mi (140 km) long, rising in the Northampton Uplands, central England, and flowing NE past Northampton, Oundle, Peterborough, and Wisbech to the Wash. It is navigable to Peterborough and drains part of the Fens.
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The nene is WWT's greatest conservation success story.
Centre ground manager Richard Edwards said: "The nene gosling was born on March 28 and can currently be seen wandering around the grounds with its parents.
"Equations that describe cloud formation simply cannot be implemented in climate models," Nenes points out.
"Yet, there's no real physical link, no causality between those two numbers" Nenes relates.
By 1992 more than 2,000 captive-bred nenes had been released back into the wild in Hawaii, 200 of which were reared at Slimbridge.
The four-day-old grey Hawaiian Goose gosling, or nene as it is known in its native Hawaiian Islands, in just one of the young wildfowl to be successfully reared at the trust's base at Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.
Kim revealed she has let Nene say harsh things about her for so many years but she would not stand for Nene making light of her health issues.
On the episode, Nene told the group she found it suspicious Kim has had so many health issues.
“These women would not have had a baby shower if it wasn't for Birthing Project USA, Nene's Secret and the two other organizations,” said Kathryn Hall-Trujillo, founding director of Birthing Project USA, which is the only national African American maternal and child health program in this country.
Nene's Secret Collection is available at local beauty supply stores nationwide and at www.NenesSecret.com.