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Share the beach | Notice

The snow plover was nestled under a covered cage with bars wide enough for it to come and go, as if relaxing under a palapa. “Does the cage not bother them?” ” I asked. “Surprisingly, that’s not the case – a lot of these birds were born in a cage,” said Cris Sandoval, reserve manager […]

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Black Birders Week 2021 puts black bird watchers in the spotlight

Deja Perkins can’t remember the exact moment she started birding. Her parents tell her that when she was a child in Chicago, she had a special affinity for Canada geese, even calling them her “babies.” Now, years later, Perkins never leaves the house without a pair of binoculars. A recent graduate student in Fisheries, Wildlife, […]

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The man behind the green | Fishing Industry News

While Howard Blackburn had a roundabout to his name and the home of Fitz Henry Lane had been preserved, Mary Favazza could not comprehend the fact that the town had not commemorated Gloucester’s “most famous” schooner captain. . So her husband Sal, who was the executive secretary of the Gloucester Fisheries Commission, established a park […]

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Southern California getaways to excite outdoor enthusiasts – Daily News

From sunny beaches to breathtaking outdoor scenery, it’s no wonder Southern Californians love spending so much time in the fresh air. Some of the country’s best parks, beaches, hiking trails, playgrounds, and even underwater landscapes are found here – and we’re highlighting 13 of our favorites. Note that some activities may be limited due to […]

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Immersive outdoor experience at Mercer Community College

GET OUTDOORS: Mercer County Community College alumnus Natalie Bogach, East Windsor, is in the cast for performances of “The Romantics” scheduled for June 5-6 on the West Windsor campus. Members of the MCCC’s theater and dance programs will present the production. The romantics, an outdoor designed performative collage performance will be presented at Mercer County […]

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Betty Degen, 94, Hawarden | Hawarden Independent / Ireton Examiner

HAWARDEN – Betty Degen, 94, of Hawarden, a loving mother of four, traveled to her eternal heavenly home on Sunday, May 30, 2021, to join everyone who has been there before. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 3 at the United Methodist Church in Hawarden, with the Reverend Barb […]

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Orono ornamental garden open to the public

ORONO, Maine (WABI) – This is usually the time of year when people start to think about planting their gardens. If you are looking for inspiration, there is a four acre garden in Orono which is free to visit and learn. Joy Hollowell shows us this hidden gem. ===== “1965 was the first official planting […]

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Athol Daily News – Gobi amendment would reimburse MassWildlife for lost funds

Published: 05/30/2021 9:19:13 PM Modified: 05/30/2021 21:19:12 BOSTON – Senator Anne Gobi (D-Spencer), co-chair of the Massachusetts Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus and former chair of the Joint Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture, successfully advocated on Wednesday for the inclusion of an amendment to the state FY22 budget to address lost revenue that the […]

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Top 20 Things to Do Around Salem, Oregon Capital & Day Trip Destination | Ap

There is a false but common feeling I hear all the time among the Portlanders: there is just nothing to do in Salem. How myopic is it? In fact, there is so much to do in and around the Oregon capital, you might as well book accommodation and spend a full weekend exploring all you […]

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What are the best cruise ports in Alaska?

New cruisers in Alaska want to see glaciers, eagles, salmon, and bears, but they’re not always sure which port is best suited for the activities they want to do. Not all Alaska weeklong cruise itineraries have the same ports, so you need to know which destinations should be high on your list. You don’t want […]

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Hot Sulfur Springs purchases 270 acres; plot connects the city to the Arapaho National Forest

Hot Sulfur Springs now owns the 270-acre Himebaugh Valley, seen here looking north toward town. The property will provide public recreation opportunities and a corridor leading to the nearby Arapaho National Forest.Courtesy of Hot Sulfur Springs Hot Sulfur Springs has officially purchased 270 acres of the former Jones Creek Ranch with the intention of opening […]

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Photos: Quivira Wildlife Sanctuary is a Hidden Treasure for Bird Watchers, Any Time of Year | KCUR 89.3

Landlocked Kansas isn’t where you might expect to see a pelican squadron or sandpiper adventure. But a few times a year we welcome thousands of migratory birds making the long journey north or south. And when that happens, there’s no better place for birding than the salt marshes at Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. Credit Lu […]

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Supreme Auctions to Sell Rare and Significant Pennsylvania Estate at Auction

Rare Sewickley, PA Estate auction June 17-19 Known as one of the wealthiest residential areas in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Sewickley offers the privacy of the big city, while having Pittsburgh just minutes away. SEWICKLEY, Pa. (PRWEB) May 27, 2021 A rare opportunity awaits a charmed home buyer like Hillside Hollow heads to the auction. […]

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Uncaged: Malaysian bird breeder tells us why he lets his birds fly

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates. “It’s a feeling that’s hard to describe. Watching them fly happily, ”said Syimir Ahmad Safawi, 30, expressing affection for his pet birds and the wonderful world of free flight parrot training. Sharing his Shah Alam apartment with more than a few feathered friends, Syimir’s […]

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How birds of the Pacific Northwest experienced the pandemic

“When you know things are more standardized, you are able to make comparisons with a smaller data set, and the comparisons you can make are a little more precise,” says Schrimpf. Using eBird data from 93 counties in North America, Schrimpf’s study of where eBird users saw birds showed a greater number of species in […]

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Beautiful Lakes in Texas Hill Country

The Texas heat is coming and the best place to escape the blazing summers is to cool off in a Texas Hill Country lake with the family. These Texas liquid assets provide a welcome respite. You’ll see some of the best scenery in the state, including cascading waterfalls, towering cliffs, pristine waterways, rolling hills, incredible […]

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“ The first design was made of floor mats and yellow wool ”

It’s time to put a new brand in the spotlight. This time, FashionUnited spoke with the founder of the new Bird brand. Anja Fijma has designed a “waterproof bag”: the Bird Cover. The Bird Cover journey began about eight years ago, Fijma tells FashionUnited over the phone. “At the time, I bought a very nice […]

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What’s their point? – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

The cicadas are popping up in the Miami Valley and some people may be wondering “what is their purpose?” According to Tom Macy of the Forestry Division of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, cicadas have a specific purpose that plays a unique role in ecosystem functioning. >>Cicada Watch 2021: upload your cicada photos “They […]

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Sections Mona L. (Baumgardner) | News, Sports, Jobs

Mona L. (Baumgardner) Headings, 89, of Reedsville, returned home to be with the Lord on May 22, 2021 at 1:02 p.m., surrounded by her family. Mona was born on July 23, 1931 in Naginey to the late Bonilee Margaret and John David Baumgardner. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth James Headings, sharing their life […]

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A Good Samaritan saves a young falcon from the waters under the Bay Bridge

Barely a few months old, a pint-sized raptor was caught by a well-meaning passerby on Friday, the bird – who was later discovered to be “Rachel”, a young peregrine falcon born and raised on the PG&E Building – was finally handed over to the San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD). It has been, quite literally, a […]

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Destination Summer: watch only on ABC7NY

New York – It’s warmer and you are ready to safely enjoy the fun you can enjoy with family and friends. Join Eyewitness News meteorologist Amy Freeze for the 30-minute “Summer Destination” special. We will be traveling through the Tristate for some great activities that are definitely worth a visit this summer. First, meet at […]

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A real bird’s-eye view thanks to bird cameras | New

The explosion of interest in nature cameras during the pandemic has provided the world with the opportunity to observe nature in all types of remote settings. Chair naturalists may appreciate hippos in a waterhole in Africa or bears in Alaska. However, there are also many cameras that observe somewhat less exotic animals, several in urban […]

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Community members celebrate spring migration on campus walk

Photo courtesy of Josh Honn A bird photographed during previous walks. On Saturday morning, masked and socially distant participants will gather on campus to celebrate the spring migration. Members of the Northwestern community will take an organized walk around the campus this Saturday, celebrating the spring migration of birds thanks to indigenous knowledge. In the […]

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Road Bike Ride: Davis to Winters with Solano Lake Loop

Ultra-cyclist Deb Banks never turns down a chance to make this relatively easy ride, especiallyin the evening when the moon is full. The trail begins on the Davis Bike Trail off Lake Boulevard in Davis and continues over Stevenson Bridge on Putah Creek Road to Winters. The route is mostly flat and includes the breathtaking […]

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6 dog-friendly hiking trails to explore in Grand Palm Springs

Tips for hikers with dogs Theresa Sama: “Always, always keep your dog on a leash. I had coyote encounters with my dog ​​where I had to hunt coyotes. They appear out of nowhere and are only two or three feet away from your dog, ready to attack. My dog ​​once saw a hare and left […]

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The Wise Hen: Powell Game Bird Farm Makes U.S. History with Successful Hatch

Locked in a small, secluded room in the back of a store at Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds, sleep-deprived Karl Bear watched the story unfold. At 3:30 p.m. on Monday, wild sage-grouse chicks began to emerge from their shells, falling into the controlled environment inside a state-of-the-art industrial hatchery. With perseverance, each worked their wobbly […]

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A festival of stolen feathers | New

MARINETTE – The EagleHerald spent the early hours of Wednesday morning with Dale Leitzke amid a sweet cacophony of chirps, hoots, whistles and whales spreading through the trees and across the water. The sounds filled the auditory regions of the brain with a joyful sensation in the middle of the balmy spring morning. To the […]

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Skylar Diggins-Smith, Nneka Ogwumike, Sue Bird, and Diana Taurasi Cover SLAM 232

When the WNBA was first launched in 1997, its first well-known tagline was We Got Next. Twenty-five years later, the League is about to embark on a historic season as it celebrates its quarter of a century existence, and it’s no longer about We Got Next but We Got Now. Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi […]

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Governor Ducey signs bill declaring Sierra Vista as Arizona’s hummingbird capital

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation designating the Sierra Vista as Arizona’s official hummingbird capital. “Arizona attracts millions of visitors from around the world each year,” Governor Ducey said. “They come for our incredible weather, our limitless recreational opportunities, our stunning scenery and they come in droves to places […]

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Natural resource | Warwick Beacon

By ETHAN HARTLEY When does a simple walk in the woods become something more? Maybe you come across an interesting plant with a unique flower that you have never seen before. Perhaps you will spot a colorful bird launching from a nearby branch. Maybe you are taking this walk with your curious and inquisitive child, […]

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Wingin ‘It: The best place for bird watching? Your own backyard | The Harvard Press | Features | Feature Articles

Since this is a special issue of the press, some people may not be familiar with Wingin ‘It. We began writing the column at the urging of our friend and Harvard Post editor, Ann Levison, who shared our interest in birds. We used to walk down the road, have a cup of tea and talk […]

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Waterfront setting within walking distance of the beach inspires Grandview at Bay Beach Tower

Grandview is the only new high-rise tower in Southwest Florida that offers walking access to the beach and close proximity to marinas located minutes from the Gulf of Mexico. The bold vision of London Bay becomes a reality at Grandview at Bay Beach – and homebuyers can plan an elevated waterfront living experience in the […]

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The ultimate multigenerational home offers an inventive solution to rising property prices

Thursday May 13, 2021, 2:35 p.m.Press release: Bayleys While average real estate prices in Waikato have risen by more than 20% in the past 12 months, large families are looking for alternative accommodation options, says Scott Macdonald of Bayleys Hamilton. He says the demand for homes specially designed to house two or more generations of […]

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These are America’s most popular national parks | Lifestyles

About 237 million people visited U.S. national parks in 2020, which is a 28% year-over-year decrease attributed to the coronavirus pandemic. To determine the most popular national parks in the United States, Stacker data compiled from National park service on the number of recreational visits to each site in 2020. President Woodrow Wilson signed into […]

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Bergen Community College: Bergen student chosen from 3,700 for scholarship

May 12, 2021 “Jade is a caring and passionate researcher as well as a valued member of PTK,” said Kelly Keane, Ph.D., and Lisa Mayer, Esq., In a co-signed statement, faculty advisers at Bergen PTK. “She is the Service Director on the PTK Board of Directors and has been an integral part of the award-winning […]

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James van der sloot

James van der sloot James Van Der Sloot, 82, of Sheldon, Iowa, died on May 5, 2021 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 10, 2021 at the First Reformed Church in Sheldon, Iowa with Rev. Paul Van Maaren ~ Officiating.Interment was held […]

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Obituary: Lillian Blain Finn – What’s Up Newp

By O’Neill Hayes Funeral Home Lillian Blain Finn 92, passed away peacefully on Sunday May 9, 2021 in Saint Clare-Newport surrounded by her family. She was born October 2, 1928 in Holyoke MA, attended St. Catherine’s Academy, Newport RI, and graduated from South Hadley (MA) High School. She worked in the former Steiger’s Department Store […]

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Visit Waco Mammoth National Monument for a Journey Through Prehistoric Times | Through the fort

WACO – Did Dinosaurs and Other Legendary Prehistoric Creatures Really Exist? Well, the proof is in the pudding – or in this case, in the floor of Waco’s Mammoth National Monument, a 108-acre park along the Bosque River where visitors can “glimpse a Texas Ice Age that wasn’t. not terribly cold, a habitat for many […]

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Spend the day at Lake Hartwell State Park

Planning a day trip to Hartwell Lake National Park? Lake Hartwell State Park sits on the border of Georgia and South Carolina. Surrounded by 56,000 acres of lake, this state park is a fishing fanatic’s dream come true.. Plus, you’ll find opportunities for hiking, swimming, camping, and more. Enjoy the outdoors at Lake Hartwell National […]

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The lost head and the bird by Sohrab Hura | Magazine

Find out how to help India amid COVID-19 crisis New Delhi-based artist and photographer Sohrab Hura (b.1981) has recently turned to moving images, creating work grappling with the ‘new economy of meanings’ produced by the ‘violent downpour’ of viral images and videos circulating on social networks. and WhatsApp chats. Surrealist images and juxtapositions in The […]

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Are you looking for an outdoor lifestyle? $ 1.65M buys 4,590 square feet of house and 20 acres in Pearl River | Home & Garden

Many homes in the New Orleans area sell in the $ 1.65 million price bracket, but venture around 40 miles from Pearl River, a population of 2,600, and the house profile available for this price changes drastically. Now on the market, the home at 65520 S. Hickory Drive will allow you to live large with […]

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OP-ED: Story over a Cup: Bungalow Bill’s story continues – Orange Leader

Michael coleStory on a mug I’m a Beatles fan. They are probably one of my favorite bands of all time. It actually started with a song by Paul McCartney that was very popular on radio in the 80’s. I loved the song, but I couldn’t remember the title of the song. I started buying Paul […]

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The bird exhibition | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED A large egret is pictured above. This photo of Bruce Wallace will be featured in The BIRDS exhibition at the Station Gallery. “Join us for the opening reception on May 14, Friday evening, 6 to 9 p.m.,” Carol Cillo, chair of the Clinton County Arts Board, said. The gallery opened for BIRDS, an […]

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New Trails Added to Bird Watching Program | Albion New Era

CONNERSVILLE – Indiana Audubon has announced the induction of six new birding destinations as part of its Indiana Birding Trail, joining 60 of the state’s top birding destinations. These new sites add to the collection of existing birding trail sites to help highlight the state’s diverse bird populations and the high-quality habitats that support them. […]