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Wright Patman ranked among the best Thanksgiving fishing spots

NORTHEAST TEXAS – Lake Wright Patman is gaining recognition as one of the best lakes in the country to fish during the Thanksgiving holiday. Wright Patman was recently named one of the 11 Best Thanksgiving Fishing Spots, according to fishingbooker.com. “This time of year, we’ve always seen an uptick in our campgrounds,” said Matt Seavey, […]

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You can see the best of Voyageurs National Park with this itinerary

Boasting an impressive 218,055 acres and an amazing collection of forests, streams and lakes, Voyageurs National Park is a dream destination for many people. Shutterstock Pelican swimming on Kabetogama Lake in Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota Travelers who love outdoor adventure might already know a lot about Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota. Still, I’m sure they […]

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AllTrails – The app every hiker needs now

One of the main reasons we go hiking is to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s a chance to put that phone down, turn off the TV, and decompress from whatever life throws at us. And yes, we want to leave all those electronic gadgets behind when we hit the […]

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Beneath the Statue of Unity shine, some black spots for BJP

It’s a typical Saturday at the Statue of Unity, with no particular excitement that it’s the first Assembly elections since the 182-metre structure was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kevadia, Narmada district. The inauguration in 2018 was followed by the renaming of the village where the statue is located to Ektanagar, and the […]

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West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: Suspected local case of highly pathogenic avian influenza and what you need to know about it

Tonight Community Naturalist and Urban Wildlife First Responder Kersti Muul shares the story of what happened when she checked on a report of a bird in trouble in Lincoln Park. What she found includes information you should know in case you come across one. The problem is HPAI – Highly pathogenic avian influenza – and […]

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Ranjona Banerji | The tourist life, the “real” life and the destiny of being invisible

It’s a game that we locals play regularly. We watch the numbers of cars that flood into the city on the weekends and misuse them to drive badly and clog our roads. Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh, Delhi, UP, Rajasthan, these are common. Gujarat and Maharashtra are unusual but seen occasionally. But what is that license plate […]

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Mastodon, Instagram, Reddit, other alternatives

Twitter is is rapidly evolving under its new Elon Musk ownership. On Thursday night, rumors that the social media platform was getting closer to crashing prompted users to write in potential goodbyes in case things go down the drain. The app is still lagging, but users are scrambling to find alternative methods to communicate. The […]

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Blooming saguaros in Arizona’s national park are confusing

A blooming saguaro is seen in this photo from November 2022. Saguaros typically bloom in the spring and biologists are unsure why they bloom in the fall. National Park Service / D. Swann Saguaros have been spotted blooming again this fall in Arizona, and biologists still don’t have an explanation. The massive cacti typically bloom […]

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Enchanted Borealis Trail Hikes in Two Michigan State Parks

Are you a hiking enthusiast? Get ready for Enchanted Borealis Trail hikes at two Michigan state parks this December. What makes these hikes so special is not just the snow, but also the lanterns, Christmas lights and campfires. According to mlive.com: There will be four hikes at Seven Lakes State Park in Holly and three […]

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6 places in Bangladesh to visit in winter

Tue Nov 15 2022 4:01 PM Last updated on: Tue Nov 15 2022 4:23 PM Photo: Collected “> Photo: Collected Growing up in a tropical monsoon region like Bangladesh, you should be no stranger to humidity, sweat and sweat. This is why the winter season is something that most Bengalis love, cherish, hope and pray […]

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Agritourism market is expected to witness huge demand with USD 8.21 billion, during the forecast period 2029

A global Agritourism market The research report is a verified and reliable source of information that gives a telescopic view of the existing market trends, emerging products, situations and opportunities that are driving the business towards success. This global market research report is organized by collecting market research data from different corners of the globe […]

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Dispute over national park cats erupts

A wildcat relaxes on a rock at Mount Bukhan against the backdrop of western Seoul, Jan. 27, 2021. (Yonhap) SEOUL, Nov. 14 (Korea Bizwire) — Feeding cats in national parks is an act of ecosystem disturbance and is strictly prohibited. However, a lack of awareness causes a series of conflicts among the public. Recently, a […]

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Riverside County to reopen hiking areas and lift burn permit suspension

Riverside County will reopen seven hiking areas across the region and lift a burn permit suspension, effective Monday. Recent rains and milder temperatures have led to more favorable conditions for outdoor activities in the following seven areas: Eagle Canyon/Tin Mine (east of Corona) Steel Peak (north of Lake Elsinore) Canyon Bautista (southeast of Hemet) North […]

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Over 5,000 People in Taiwan Send Message of Hope and Perseverance

TAIPEI—Liberty Square, Taiwan’s iconic tourist spot, was awash in a sea of ​​color on Nov. 12 as more than 5,000 residents gathered to deliver a message to communist China. Their message was simple: While the communist regime continues to brutally persecute Falun Gong in China, across the Taiwan Strait, and around the world, millions of […]

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Big or small, I love them all | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTOS BY GARRY BRANDENBURG — Wildlife comes in all shapes and sizes. One of the biggest animals we commonly see is the white-tailed deer, and on a smaller scale, a red-breasted nuthatch also deserves our attention. In the past week, both species have captured this author’s attention, enough that making photographic images of them has […]

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Spokesperson says ‘pack your patience’ while driving in Zion National Park this winter – St George News

This 2021 file photo shows the aftermath of the South Entrance flash flood, Springdale, Utah June 29, 2021 | Photo courtesy of Zion National Park, St. George News ST. GEORGE- It will be slower to travel to Zion National Park starting Monday. Still, improvements made this winter will make future flooding less likely, park officials […]

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Docs on the Trail – local couple hike the Appalachian Trail |

A local couple who recently retired from family medicine have just completed their biggest adventure yet. Drs. Pete and Julie Rosá cut their bucket list by hiking the 2,000+ mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine over a 6 month period. The trip came after 3 years of planning. Their friends and family joined in […]

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The United Arab Emirates among the top 20 tourist destinations in the world according to the findings of ForwardKeys

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The United Arab Emirates and Qatar are the only countries in the Middle East to feature in the top 20, with the United Arab Emirates 17% behind 2019 levels and Qatar 25% behind. The United Arab Emirates has been ranked among the top 20 tourist destinations this […]

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Dedicated Lower Park Terrace – Ceres Courier

A small crowd gathered Friday morning on the bluff overlooking the Serene Plane next to the Tuolumne River to officially mark the opening of the Lower Terrace at Ceres River Bluff Regional Park. The public can now use the park during the day for walks, hikes, bird watching, picnicking, and launching kayaks into the river. […]

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Toxic bacteria found in water in Utah’s Zion National Park

Toxic cyanobacteria that pose risks to children and pets have been found in the waters of Zion National Park, according to park staff. Rick Bowmer PA The same toxic bacteria that killed a dog two years ago has been detected again in Zion National Park, officials say. Park staff monitor harmful cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins monthly […]

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Kandiyohi County to Update Plan for Bikes and Pedestrians – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR – Kandiyohi County prides itself on its lakes, parks and trails and the recreational opportunities they provide. Five years ago, the county decided it needed an established plan for its cycle and pedestrian path network, which not only mapped out what was currently available, but listed future extensions the county hoped to make a […]

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Keys to the Game – Bulls at Raptors (11.06.22)

The Bulls (5-5) travel “north of the border” to Toronto, Ont., to face the hometown Raptors (5-4) in the first of a straight game between the teams. Today’s game also marks Chicago’s fourth game in six days and the Bulls’ fourth (of 13) straight game this season. The series moves to Chicago tomorrow night with […]

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Tickets on sale for the park’s ‘Candlelight Walk’ – Times-Standard

The 33-year-old winter tradition at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park returns to its original format in December. The “Candlelight Walk in the Redwoods” will take place in person Dec. 3-4 from 5-8 p.m. as a fundraiser for Redwood Parks Conservancy and the parks it supports, including National and Redwood State. Each evening is limited to […]

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At the reunion, the local trio reflect on an epic hike on the Appalachian Trail

November 5—PETERBOROUGH — Three guys — Popeye, Papa Bear and Dreamer — walk into a bar. This is not the start of a joke, but rather a kind of reunion. The trio – Mark Paquin and Michael Lebo from Stoddard and Larry Chambers from Antrim – recently met at Post & Beam Brewing in Peterborough […]

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Birds of Rocky Fork – Times Gazette

It is a popular destination for local residents and out-of-town tourists, but beyond that, Rocky Fork Lake in Highland County is also home to many and diverse varieties of birds, according to the Ohio Ornithological Society. The Ohio Ornithological Society website said that “there is lots of boating, water skiing and other activities” during the […]

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THAD is inspired by the contours of nearby mountains for a visitor center in China

Spiral tiled roofs inspired by the contours of the surrounding mountains cover the Jiuzhai Valley Visitor Center in Sichuan Province, China, designed by Tsinghua University’s Institute of Architectural Design and Research . Located at the entrance to the UNESCO-listed Jiuzhai Valley National Park, the center offers new exhibition space, a visitor center and offices as […]

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The river speaks: how to protect the river

When we consider rivers, we don’t always think about what is built around them, but that’s something Robert Gable does. He is responsible for the Scenic Rivers Program for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. He has been studying the Little Miami River for 30 years now. Gable told Hope Taft that the river is […]

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Canyoning in Badian suspended due to bad weather

Get ready to dive into cool waters on the Badian Canyoneering adventure. | Photo added CEBU CITY, Philippines — Due to bad weather, authorities in Badian, a city in southwest Cebu, have suspended canyoning activities. The Badiane Tourist Office, through its social media arm Breathtaking Badian, has announced that from Thursday 3rd November it will […]

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Celestron Nature DX 12×56 Binoculars Review

The Celestron Nature DX 12×56 binoculars are a great buy for wildlife enthusiasts, birdwatchers, and stargazers. KEY SPECIFICATIONS Magnification: 12x Lens diameter: 56mm Angular field of view: 5.5 degrees Eye Relief: 0.63inch/16mm Lester: 36.2oz/1028g They are completely waterproof and fully rubber shielded, protecting them from the elements. They’re also anti-fog and nitrogen purged, so you […]

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Plastic accounts for 81% of litter in national parks, report says

Plastic items account for 81% of all trash found in national parks and other public lands across the country, according to a report released Tuesday by an advocacy group. The analysis, by Plastic-Free Parks TrashBlitz, a community project that tracks plastic pollution in parks, focused on trash collected by more than 500 volunteers during 44 […]

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The Untold Story of Route 66 and the Green Book

I grew up in a time when Route 66 was the crown jewel. No other road has captured the enchantment of American passion quite like Route 66. The “Mother Road” connected urban cities to small rural towns, from Chicago to Los Angeles, crossing eight states and three time zones. Route 66 is a national treasure, […]

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Juncos, red-winged blackbirds and many other Mountain West birds echo “canaries in the coal mine”

It’s an early morning at Roxborough State Park outside Denver, but the birds are wide awake. Chirps and calls echo off the high rocks scattered throughout the park. Bea Weaver leads a birdwatching party along a trail. She was trained as a Master Birder in 2013, and she can spot birds by cry and pecking […]

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Sled dogs carry on Alaska’s legacy at Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali is the only national park with a sled dog kennel. Visitors may encounter the dogs, but they are not there for entertainment. Working dogs are canine rangers with important duties in the park. Long before there were visitors to Denali National Park and Preserve, there were sled dogs. “We’ve had dogs almost continuously for […]

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WATCH: Hike the Sunset Trail Part Two: Cedar Glades Road

Outdoor writer and photographer Corbet Deary is a regular feature on The Sentinel-Record. Today, Deary takes readers on a journey along the Sunset Trail from Ricks Pond to Cedar Glades Road. Last week’s destination article started a series of hikes along segments of the Sunset Trail. Well, today we are going to embark on another […]

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Traveling to Sicily: how to prolong the summer under the Sicilian sun

Sat Oct 29 2022 4:27 PM Last updated on: Sat Oct 29 2022 4:53 PM Photo: Maliha Fairooz “> Photo: Maliha Fairooz As a Bangladeshi living in Berlin, I am perpetually cold. The city has a summer month where Berlin natives or northern Europeans all melt in the heat and I blossom like a sunflower […]

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Wild About Utah: Ripple Effects

Birdwatching is a fun hobby for all ages and it’s a great way to connect with nature and increase self-efficacy, so let’s discuss the benefits and importance of a safe environment to feed our backyard birds. First, the benefits of complementary feeding, and second, preventable cat deaths and window collisions. Supplemental food and water are […]

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Lampang National Park receives 2 great hornbills in a bid to repopulate the north

The rare birds were released in Lampang’s Chae Son National Park on Thursday by the Zoological Park Organization (ZPO). The two released birds are among several large hornbills bred and studied in artificial habitats. “Researchers will continue to study the released birds to see how they nest, how they survive and raise their young,” ZPO […]

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The Palisade Glacier is the southernmost glacier in America. How long will it last?

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Above the beautiful glacial lakes of the Big Pine Lakes Basin lies a gem that one day will no longer exist. Surrounded on many sides by the Eastern 14ers of the California Sierra, the Palisade Glacier holds a title that no other glacier can: […]

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5 Gorgeous Madhya Pradesh Waterfalls to Explore RN

Do you know that Madhya Pradesh is called “Hindustan ka Dil”? Yes, and why not? The state embodies a rich natural and cultural heritage in its surroundings, including various tourist sites. So today let us talk about some of the most serene and surreal waterfalls located in Madhya Pradesh. Surrounded by the lush green landscape […]

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Events for November 2022

Military Veterans Gold Star Family Pass (NPS/J.Ferracane) Free Veterans Day PLUS a new free pass! Entrance fees are waived for everyone at all paid national parks on Friday, November 11 to honor Americans who have served our country. Additionally, a new Interagency Lifetime Pass for Veterans and Gold Star Family will be available beginning on […]

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Proposed solar farm next to Sandhill Fields walking and running trail | New

GEORGETOWNDel.- The open space near the Sandhill Fields walking and running trail may be equipped with solar panels in the near future. The President of the Sussex Sports Center Foundation, Joseph Schell, owns the 71 acres of land. Seventeen of them would be used for solar panels. Schell plans to lease the land to TurningPoint […]

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Tourist carrying loads near the Great Smoky Mountains in TN

In this 2016 file photo, a bear roams in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. JOHN D SIMMONS Charlotte Observer file photo A bear broke into a locked cabin and attacked a tourist at a popular Tennessee vacation spot, officials said. The man was at a rental house in the mountains when the bear came in […]

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Therese Sperry Massa | News, Sports, Jobs

Theresa Sperry Massa, 88, of Warren, passed away on Saturday, October 22, 2022, peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Corry, Pennsylvania on July 18, 1934, the daughter of the late Earl H. Sperry Sr. and Margaret M. Sperry Sandberg and her late stepfather, Carl Sandberg. Theresa graduated in […]

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Pembrokeshire National Park calls for seals to have space

A call for seals to have space during pupping season comes from the Pembrokeshire National Park Authority. People are urged to avoid disturbing the seals and their pups as they continue to appear on beaches and in coves all along the Pembrokeshire coast. The authority has received reports of people getting too close to seals […]

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Hiking in Maine: Land trust seeks to preserve popular Fryeburg trails

The source of the Saco River is sparkling Saco Lake atop Crawford Notch in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The river falls from the heights and becomes a broad, meandering, and mostly placid stream as it crosses Maine at Fryeburg. This is where it passes just west of the granite dome of Jockey Cap, on the […]

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Couple embark on park tours after retirement

Although Barb has always enjoyed walking, Steve got exercise by playing basketball at UD. But after college, Steve started gaining weight since he wasn’t playing as much as he used to. “I went out one day and ran to my neighborhood gas station,” Steve said. “When I got back, I had to sit on the […]

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Local memories | local | dnews.com

Palouse Prairie Charter School Announces Annual Run the Palouse Fundraiser The annual Run the Palouse fundraiser for the Palouse Prairie Charter School has begun. As part of the fundraiser, all children in kindergarten through eighth grade will participate in a 25-mile run, walk, jump or bike ride to raise money for the Adventure Fund. The […]

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Your guide to visiting the Great Sand Dunes National Park

Mike Berenson/Colorado Captures/Getty Images ​​Things to do Think of the Great Sand Dunes as a giant sandbox for you and your family to explore. With its own adventure-packed vibe, the park is a fantastic place for multi-generational trips, and family members of different fitness levels can explore the sand at their own pace – whether […]

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Grand Opening of Hidden Lake Gardens Canopy Walk Postponed

TIPTON — The grand opening of the “Reach for the Sky” canopy walk at Hidden Lake Gardens has been postponed, but organizers say it is expected to open in the spring of 2023. The treetop walk above the Botanical Garden hiking trails was scheduled to open on Saturday, October 22, but a rainy spring, supply […]

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Explore caves with Outdoor Ed

Somewhere in the mountains, between the colorful town of Manitou Springs and the deep chasm that is Williams Canyon, a cohort of Colorado College students have taken a winding road in search of adventure. They headed to Cave of the Winds, where students took a lantern ride through black limestone caverns and heard tales of […]

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Breaking News – The second season of ABC News Studios’ “Wild Crime,” Chronicling Mysterious Death in Yosemite National Park, premieres October 24 on Hulu

The second season of ABC News Studios’ “Wild Crime,” chronicling a mysterious death in Yosemite National Park, premieres October 24 on Hulu The hit series follows detectives who make stunning revelations in a cold case from 1983 almost 40 years later * ABC News Studios In 1983, a tourist discovered […]

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The Art of Mapping – Flathead Beacon

In 2015, Ryan Dalton and his bird dog, Driggs, were novice hunters trying to learn the lay of the land, but they both had expert instincts. For Driggs, it was his Breton American pedigree that gave him his sense of the terrain, while Dalton applied his cartographic skills to navigate the checkerboard divisions of land […]

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Call for casting for the role of the film “Blood Drinking” shot in Illinois

A vampire novel is being made into a movie to be shot in Rockford next year, and the director is looking for actors to fill some of the lead roles. The novel Fiona’s Guardians was written by author Dan Klefstad of Dekalb, Illinois, and is about “a 250-year-old vampire who survives on blood stolen from […]

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Australia’s ninth bird count is underway, here’s how your birdwatching can help the experts

Citizen science is about to enter its biggest time of the year with a number of environmental-themed initiatives underway. Perhaps the largest public participation event in Australian citizen science, Birdlife Australia’s Australian bird count kicked off on Monday, taking advantage of spring conditions for people to spot, identify and submit information about their local birds. […]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park campground reopens after 9 years of closure

A Great Smoky Mountains National Park campground that has been closed for nine years has reopened, park officials said. Look Rock Campground is a 68-site facility that offers camping along one of the most scenic roads in the park, according to Superintendent Cassius Cash. The campground opened on Saturday and remains available until November 13. […]

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KCCI’s ‘Fully Booked’ project combines art, nature, literacy and community

In late 2021, the 13 new Catalysts selected by the Knight Creative Communities Institute (“KCCI”) were given a mission: to develop and implement a plan to combine art and trails in one or more public parks in the county of Leon. The result, “Fully Booked,” consists of three Wander & Wonder trails near branch libraries, […]

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Ibaraki escapes label of ‘Japan’s least attractive prefecture’ in annual survey

Nemophila ‘baby blue eye’ flowers are seen at Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture, which attracts many tourists, in April 2021. (Mainichi/Kota Yoshida) MITO – Ibaraki prefecture, located northeast of Tokyo, came in at 46th place – one spot from the bottom – in this year’s […]

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Emmanuel, famous emu, has bird flu at Knuckle Bump Farms

Emmanuel the emu – who went viral on TikTok for hilariously pecking at his owner’s phone while filming educational farming videos – is fighting for his life amid a deadly bird flu outbreak that has killed most of the birds on the farm where he lives, his owner said. Emmanuel suffers from nerve damage in […]

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Utah man who destroyed part of Grand Teton National Park with motorcycle race gets probation and fined

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily A Utah man who staged an illegal motorcycle race causing damage to thousands of square feet of sensitive and historic land in Grand Teton National Park has been probed and fined after pleading guilty on charges earlier this week. […]

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October Events at Sugarloaf Ridge – Kenwood Press News

Yoga hike: Saturday October 22; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Enjoy your yoga experience in the beautiful surroundings of our park! Susan Topf’s Yoga Hike balances a mix of easy hikes and gentle yoga postures, breathing and guided meditation, no mats needed. Tickets are $30 and include parking if you pre-register online. Meet in front […]

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Kruger National Park

There is so much to see and do in and around Kruger National Park. There are thousands of different experiences to choose from which have been carefully curated by tourism specialists to allow individuals or groups to experience excellent game viewing, bird watching, tracking animals, plant identification, visiting attractions and more. What would the perfect […]

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See fall colors in Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee

It’s almost peak leaf time in the Great Smoky Mountains. From vibrant reds to brilliant browns, the stunning display of fall colors in the Smokies typically peaks around this time or shortly after, starting at the highest elevations and working its way down. Knox News visited the Smokies this week for a sneak peek at […]

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Getaway House Homochitto offers the opportunity to disconnect, relax or go on an adventure | Entertainment/Life

If you’re looking for a quick escape into nature to decompress, unplug and unwind, look no further than Getaway House Homochitto. Nestled in the Homochitto National Forest in Meadville, Mississippi, this small cottage neighborhood is isolated just two hours from a major city. In this case, New Orleans. As one of the newest small cabin […]

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The purple paradise of Kallippara entices visitors

Hundreds of tourists flock to the Kallippara hills in Idukki to witness the blooming of Neelakurinji flowers that have transformed the green spots into a purple paradise. Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes Kunthiana) bloomed widely in Kallippara hills known as Engineer Heights (Mett) which is one and a half kilometers from Kallippara in Santhanpara gram panchayat of Idukki […]

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Obituary of Mary Louise Snavely | State College, Pennsylvania

Name of the deceased Marie-Louise Snavely Age 96 Date of death 07/10/2022 Date of Birth 10/30/1925 funeral home Dean K. Wetzler, Jr. Funeral Home Mary Louise Snavely, 96, formerly of 2788 Narrows Road, Loganton, PA, died October 7, 2022 at Susque-View Home, Lock Haven, PA. Born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania on October 30, 1925, she was […]

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New River Gorge National Park and Reserve is a wild and wonderful adventure

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> 63 Parks Traveler started with a simple goal: visit every national park in the United States. Avid backpacker and public lands nerd Emily Pennington saved up, built a little van to travel and live in, and hit the road, practicing the best COVID-19 safety protocols along the way. Parks as we know them change […]

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Yellow jacket wasp removal in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

HONOLULU (KHON2) — When you travel to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, you probably look forward to seeing the volcano’s crater, greenery, hiking trails, and native plants and animals. One thing you probably won’t be thrilled to see are the yellow jackets that can make any trip a buzzkill. Download the free KHON2 app to iOS […]

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AG Letitia James calls for NYC gun law to remain in effect during appeal

New York Attorney General Letitia James is appealing a ruling by a federal judge in Syracuse that blocked parts of the state’s new gun law. James announced on Monday that she had filed a motion to keep the entire Concealed Carry Improvement Act in effect during an appeal of a temporary restraining order. “This common […]

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The Best no credit check loans Available September 2022: Online-Guaranteed Approval

Suppose you know the insider’s knowledge of the most reliable loans that do not require a credit check so that you can access the loan you need for a short period without needing a credit report check. This is a suitable and secure option if you have a credit score that renders you ineligible for […]

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Park Service Staffer Gets Top Job at Wolf Trap

It’s a promotion for Wolf Trap State Park Assistant Superintendent for the Performing Arts, as Ken Bigley has been named to the top position. The announcement was made on October 3. Bigley succeeds George Liffert, who was appointed superintendent of Prince William Forest Park in 2021. “Ken brings a wealth of leadership experience to this […]

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CalTrans plans to update walking and biking routes

In an effort to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians on freeways, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) recently identified areas, including Santa Clarita, where improved walking and biking routes are needed. . On Tuesday, Caltrans announced that it plans to use $1.05 billion from the state budget to build safer, more connected routes for […]

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Japan’s Three Most Disappointing Sights: Sapporo Clock Tower

Why does this tourist hotspot not meet the expectations of so many people? Japan is well known for its “Nihon Sandai“, which means “Japan’s Big Three“. The term is generally used to classify the top three in a variety of illustrious categories, such as night sights and wagyu, but there are unofficial categories that have […]

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cheetahs: infighting and infrastructure problems at Kuno National Park before the cheetahs changed

As the day nears when the eight cheetahs are supposed to be moved to larger enclosures in Kuno National Park, reports of alleged “infighting” within the ambitious project’s core team and of a lack of arrangements were revealed. According to the ToI report, experts are of the opinion that all points of contention should be […]

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US officials seek information on main hiking trail stretching from Continental Divide to Pacific Ocean

US officials are taking a big step forward with a 1,200-mile hiking trail stretching from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean. The U.S. Forest Service is accepting comments through Oct. 30 on a comprehensive plan for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, which begins in Glacier National Park in Montana, runs through northern Idaho […]

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Watch: Arunachal CM shares wild pigeon nesting video

Pema Khandou, the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, shared a video on Wednesday of a feral pigeon sitting comfortably in its nest. The video was taken at the chief minister’s residence in Tawang district. While sharing the 23-second music video, Khandu wrote, “As I was walking around my residence in Tawang, the chatter of a […]

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50 Stunning Photos Show the Beauty of Acadia National Park in the Fall

Maine is known for having tourists flocking in the summer, but we’re also a must-visit destination for leaf-watching. Mountain peaks, vast fields, deep forests, beautiful lakes and rocky shores provide the perfect scenic backdrops to enjoy the best views of fall foliage. Acadia National Park If you’re looking for the ultimate Maine leaf-watching trip and […]

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North Carolina in my head

By BFEditorsExcerpt from the July/August 2022 issue EComprising just under 54,000 square miles, North Carolina has an economy that has seen a huge shift from its early years. By the end of the 19th century, North Carolina was pushing its way towards industrialization and factories were springing up everywhere. It was then that the state […]