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Four Season Resort Style Living Trust Orderly Sale

Accord, Ulster Co, NY 3 bedroom main house 6.5+/- acres Private Hudson Valley retreat with 4000 sq. ft. home and cabins on 6.5 acres Being an easy drive from New York people will enjoy this as a quick getaway or as a family vacation resort.” — Max Spann Jr, President of Max Spann Real Estate […]

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Genevieve “Gyp” Haynie – Now Habersham

Genevieve “Gyp” Lou Green Haynie, 83, of Cornelia, GA, died March 10 after a courageous two-year battle with lung cancer. Born in Forest Park, Georgia on December 4, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Elmo Dunn and Adelaide Estelle Hill Green. Gyp, as her friends and family called her, was married for 45 […]

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10 best spring walks in Liverpool: the best local spring trails near me – from Sefton Park to the Crosby Coast

If you’re looking for a spring day without breaking the bank, try a few of these trails for some fresh air and great views of Liverpool. Liverpool residents will be desperate to enjoy cool spring weather after being locked indoors during a miserable and cold winter. Register to our LiverpoolWorld Today newsletter The newsletter mute […]

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bhujbal: Need to promote tourism to boost economic activities, says Bhujbal | Nashik News

Nashik: District Custodian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal on Sunday stressed the need to promote tourism to boost economic activities in the district.Addressing the gathering during the closing program of the two-day bird festival at Nandur Madhyameshwar bird sanctuary in Niphad taluka, Bhujbal said one tourist provides employment for 80 people. Therefore, it is necessary to promote […]

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7 reasons to add Namchi to your travel list this summer

The picturesque little town of Namchi in Sikkim lives up to its name. “Nam” means “sky” and “Chi” means “high” in Sikkimese. Situated at an altitude of 1,675m above sea level and offering spectacular views of the Khangchendzonga Range and Rangit Valley, the capital of South Sikkim has developed as a mecca for trekking, bird […]

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Ahrenhold, Henry

AHRENHOLD, Henry Henry Ahrenhold III, nicknamed “Captain” by his 8 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren, died peacefully at his home in Atlanta on February 27, 2022 at the age of 93. He was born October 13, 1928 in Brooklyn, NY, the son of Elma Altonen and Henry Ahrenhold Jr. Henry grew up with his sister Joan […]

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$500,000 Lambertville 3 bedroom farmhouse for sale

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ – This 1885 farmhouse with “period charm,” a writer’s office with a fireplace and a babbling brook in the back, has been on the market for two months. The house on Brunswick Avenue is in a neighborhood called Lambertville’s “best kept secret” — and real estate agents say it’s an easy walk to […]

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Mitchell W. Ticoras 1931-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

MEQUON, Wis. – Mitchell W. Ticoras passed away on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Born September 13, 1931 in Warren, he was the son of William “Basil” and Sofia Ticoras. He married Dionisia “Diana” Vasilion on March 7, 1965. She predeceased him on December 24, 2010. The surviving children are William (Betty) […]

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5 Amazing National Parks to Visit in March

Shoulder travel season is the best time to visit popular places. March and April can have weather risks, but you may have a place to yourselves. Some of the more popular national parks may not be fully accessible in March. Places like Yellowstone, Glacier, Grand Tetons, and Rocky Mountain National Park can have blizzards, ice, […]

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70 species of resident migratory birds spotted in Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary

Posted: Posted Date – 19:33, Sun – 20 Feb 22 Warangal: More than 70 species of migratory and resident birds like Red-crested Pochard, Painted Stork, Open-billed Stork, Jacanas, Teal and others have been spotted in Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary during a bird walk organized by the Forestry Department on February 19 and 20. according to Arpana […]

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Hugh Leman | Obituaries | Logansport Pharos Grandstand

Hugh Leman February 13, 1927 – February 14, 2022 Hugh Leeman, 95, died Monday, February 14, 2022, the day after his 95th birthday at his Wynnfield Crossing residence in Rochester. Born February 13, 1927 in Hamilton County, Indiana, he was the son of the late Joseph Harvey Leeman and the late Grace Edwards (DeVaney) Leeman. […]

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DDA event to strengthen the city’s commitment with Yamuna | Latest Delhi News

ThroughRisha ChitlangiaNew Delhi The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will organize a 15-day event – from February 19 to March 6 – to showcase the rejuvenated Yamuna floodplains and “rekindle people’s connection with the river”. Much of the 22 km stretch along the river has been redeveloped by the DDA as part of its riverbank redevelopment […]

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Key Manufacturers Global Digital Binoculars Market 2022-2029 Bushnell Outdoor Products, Barska, ATN – The Grundy Register

A Global Market Study digital binoculars market examines the performance of the digital binoculars market in 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the digital binoculars market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Digital Binoculars Market can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Digital Binoculars Market business strategies, regional study […]

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Looking for a safe place

By Tamara Joly Finding a safe and inclusive place to live in this world eluded me. I couldn’t find it in rural Pennsylvania. Might be a “safe place” for some, I felt anything but safe growing up there. I was kicked out of birthday parties, tagged undated, teased about my hair, and called racial slurs. […]

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Can you guess the most common bird you will see in the three cities?

My colleague Patti says she is always filling her bird feeder and her cats love to watch from the windows while the birds play and frolic at the feeder. It got me thinking, what’s the most common bird you’ll see in the Tri-Cities? Patti and I settled into the studio for bird watching and on […]

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Rinehart, Mary L. 1939-2022 St. Joseph, Missouri | Obituary

GRANT CITY, Mo. – Mary Loretta Rinehart died Wednesday, January 26, 2022 in St. Joseph. Loretta was born on November 30, 1939 near Allendale, Missouri to Hope and Elva (Hass) Daniels. She graduated from Grant City High School in 1957 and then from Guard Business School in 1958. Loretta married Thomas William Rinehart on May […]

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13 fantastic experiences in beautiful Lincoln

The Oregon Coast is one of my happiest places and Lincoln City is one of my favorite destinations along the coast. With miles of sandy beaches, a scavenger hunt for handcrafted glass floats, estuaries with crabbing and clam fishing opportunities, fabulous bird watching opportunities and a freshwater lake nearby, there are myriad options for enjoying […]

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Sadler III, Edward T. 1956-2022 St. Joseph, Missouri | Obituary

Edward T. Sadler III, 65, of St. Joseph, died Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at a St. Joseph Health Facility. He was born on August 9, 1956 in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, the son of Rubye and Edward Sadler. He graduated from high school in California and later attended Highland College in Highland, Kansas. He married […]

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DDA reviews Sanjay Van’s development plan, to include adventure activities | Latest Delhi News

Months after announcing its plan to develop Sanjay Van in South Delhi as an ecotourism destination, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is reworking the plan and will once again invite private stakeholders to show interest by the end of this month. A senior DDA official said the plan was to promote nature-based adventure activities. “Only […]

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Gaynelle A. Glendye | News, Sports, Jobs

Gaynelle A. Glendye, 87, of Lewistown, died Monday, January 17, 2022 at her home. Born January 6, 1935 in Shirleysburg, she was the daughter of the late Raymond and the late Catherine (Sample) Smith. She was united in marriage to Curtis H. Glendye, Sr. M. Glendye predeceased August 10, 1975. She is survived by her […]

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Alison Pannell speaks to Rotarians on safari trips to South Africa – Los Alamos Reporter

This photo of a giraffe is one of many taken by Alison Pannell in 2017 in South Africa. Photo by Alison Panelll BY LINDA HULLvice presidentRotary Club of Los Alamos “Game viewing and bird watching are two of the most fascinating and rewarding experiences one can have,” noted Rotarian Alison Pannell in describing parts of […]

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The most uncrowded and secluded beaches in the Dominican Republic

If there’s one place known for its beaches, it’s the Dominican Republic – but that doesn’t mean travelers can’t find secluded spots. The reason the Dominican Republic is the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean is not too far-fetched. The views are beautiful, the atmosphere is right and sunny, the people are welcoming, the […]

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Obituary of Margaret Laurent (1953 – 2021) – Leominster, MA

Leominster – Margaret Ann (Flanagan, Williams) St-Laurent, 68 of Leominster, passed away on December 29, 2021 after a courageous battle with ALS at home surrounded by her loving family. Margaret was born January 19, 1953 in Leominster, daughter of James and Julia (Ashe) Flanagan. She leaves behind her loving and devoted husband Ronald St-Laurent who […]

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Kotte walk: the good, the bad and the ugly

“Diyasaru Park” is the latest addition to the many leisure facilities developed around our parliamentary complex in Kotte. With several lakes, streams and marshes interspersed with small patches of unspoiled greenery, brush and shady trees, the larger area of ​​Kotte is ideal for this purpose. At the end of the afternoon, thousands of inhabitants of […]

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Texas National Wildlife Refugees to Increase by Over 7,000 Acres in 2021 | News

In 2021, the US Fish and Wildlife Service added nearly 7,000 acres of public land to the National Wildlife Refuge System in Texas. This brings the total number of land managed by the Service in the state to nearly 700,000 acres in 19 national wildlife refuges and three national hatcheries. Covering a variety of ecosystems, […]

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No Omicron impact, expect 80% occupancy in Q3, says Club Mahindra CEO

The jury is out on the actual impact of the Omicron variant on individual health, but Kavinder Singh, managing director and CEO of Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India, which owns the Club Mahindra brand, doesn’t see much of an impact on the business of the company. “If this variant really spreads far, then we could […]

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200 acres preserved in five conservation agreements in Berks County

As the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many people closer to nature, turning to the outdoors for exercise and relaxation, it has also raised the need to maintain and expand these places of respite, according to leaders of regional conservation organizations. Several landowners near state parks and game lands in Berks County have preserved their lands […]

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Pamplin Media Group – Kickstart the New Year with a getaway to the refuge

Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge has a lot to offer as 2022 looms on the horizon. Are you looking forward to the New Year with some trepidation? Shake up the sensation by taking a dose of nature every day. Visit your local park or come to the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, home to nearly […]

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Nature: A bird’s beak is a very important tool

Feathered creatures occupy feeders in December. Redfish arrive and will stay until the first part of April. These colorful birds are about the size of a familiar sparrow. They are greyish brown with dark stripes with white wing bars. Their breasts and rumps are a colorful pink and the males top it off by sporting […]

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Parks that prove how beautiful this state is

The Florida Keys are home to some of the most beautiful parks in the Southern United States, and these remind us of how beautiful the Sunshine State really is. Whatever the season, Florida remains one of the top destinations for American travelers. This sunny stretch of land stretches out to the warm waters of the […]

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Black Friday Telescope and Binocular Deals (2021): Orion, Nikon and Bushnell Savings Revealed by Retail Fuse

BOSTON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Here’s our comparison of the best binoculars and telescopes deals for Black Friday 2021, with the latest deals on top-rated models from Bushnell, Orion, and Nikon. Check out the best deals from the list below. Best telescopes and binoculars deals: Save up to 60% on a wide range of binoculars, rangefinders and […]

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Elizabeth Swain obituary (1939 – 2021) – Forsyth, Georgia

Elizabeth Ann Mathews Swain June 14, 1939 – November 20, 2021 Forsyth, Georgia – Elizabeth Ann Mathews Swain, 82, passed away on Saturday November 20, 2021. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday November 23, 2021 in the Chapel of Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home with Pastor Stuart McNarry officiating […]

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Meet the Class of 2025

Didn’t have time to go through the few hundred introductory messages of the 2025 class? Do not worry. “The Wellesley Snooze” has you covered. We’ve done you the favor of compiling the most common Wellesley introductory posts so that you feel more connected to the fresh meat – I mean the early years – as […]

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Agnès Marjorie Meissner | Obituary

September 19, 1924 – November 1, 2021 FRANKSVILLE – Agnes Marjorie Meissner, 97, was called to Heaven on November 1, 2021, at the Benedictine Living Community in Wausau, WI. Agnes was born September 19, 1924 to George and Emma Gutknecht in Franksville where she lived for sixty-two years before moving to Tomahawk, WI, then to […]

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Opening of an outdoor center in memory of a teenager for young nature enthusiasts

The RSPB and the Cameron Bespolka Trust are working to make nature more inclusive for young people through an immersive residential center in the New Forest. Cameron’s Cottage is a former lumberjack’s cottage converted into an outdoor residential center that offers experiences for teens and young adults with limited access to nature. Located on the […]

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Julie A. (Wilsie) Slate, from Carthage

CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) – Julie A. (Wilsie) Slate passed away peacefully on September 28, 2021, her late mother’s birthday, in the Carthage Area Hospital with her family and friends at her sides. Julie was a housewife who enjoyed raising her three children and spending time with her grandchildren. Grandma had the best goulash. His […]

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Hike the Billy Goat Trail near Washington, DC

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Costa Rica is the country with the most ecotourism research …

(MENAFN- Costa Rica News) By TCRN STAFF October 12, 2021 8 0 Share Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Email Must Read World News TCRN STAFF – Oct 12, 2021 Costa Rica Heads to Elections with 27 Presidential Candidates TCRN STAFF Travel – Oct 12, 2021 What are some of the favorite things for tourists to do […]

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Sandy Turner: Social Media Use Sheds Light on User Age | Local News

Apparently, those of us who frequent Facebook are now considered old geezers. The new social media platform is Instagram or Snapchat. I can’t keep up with all of this, but I’m sure it’s their plan. I love Facebook and being able to see everyone’s kids and grandchildren, recipes, tips, tips and quotes of the day. […]

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IFLScience Meets: Math Ecologist Natasha Ellison on Tracking Sharks With Numbers (And Falling Into Them …)

When mathematicians consider the discipline, sobering scenes of chalkboards and calculator fits probably spring to mind, but as number scientists know, it can have endless applications. For mathematician ecologist Dr Natasha Ellison, this led to her teaching, working in Alan Turing’s legacy, and even stalking sharks – though the latter ended in slight peril. Here, […]

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Trudie Carpenter (1925 – 2021) obituary – Kansas City, MO

trudie carpenter September 27, 2021 Kansas City, Missouri – Trudie Mae (Stuckey) Carpenter, 95, died on Sep 27, 2021. Trudie was born November 13, 1925 to Guy David Stuckey and Floyce Vivian (Day) Stuckey in Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana. She was the oldest of ten children. She married Waymon G. Carpenter on October 24, 1946, […]

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Everglades oil drilling proposal could be more difficult with the Biden administration

Credit: CC0 Public domain A Texas company’s plans to drill for oil in the Everglades may have a harder time getting approved, now that an administration skeptical of fossil fuels has taken over in Washington. Burnett Oil Co. has proposed to drill at two sites in Big Cypress National Preserve, an important Florida panther habitat […]

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Canaan Valley fall foliage draws those from near and far to County Tucker |

Away from town, Tucker County includes more than half the land of National Forest, Federal Wilderness, Fish and Wildlife Sanctuary, and State Park, making the scenic Valley of Canaan, one of the most popular tourist destinations every season of the year, but especially in the fall. the foliage is at its peak. Although known for […]

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Watch now: Live, teach and practice the way of Leopold | Life

Léopold held the position from 1933 to 1948, then it was held by Joseph Hickey from 1948 to 1976. Hickey had studied with Léopold and, in addition to having written “The guide to bird watching”, he has contributed to the printing of Leopold’s “Sand County Almanac” in 1949., one year after Leopold’s death. And as […]

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Why the Costa Del Sol is the number one golf destination in continental Europe

Now known as Costa Del Golf, here is a collection of some of the most impressive golfing areas that await you on the Costa Del Sol. With over 70 world-class golf courses, the Costa del Sol has been dubbed the Costa del Golf, a top destination for a sporting holiday. Located between sea and mountains, […]

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Lois Marilyn (Gangwish) Stewart | Obituary

Lois Marilyn (Gangwish) Stewart was 97 when she passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at the Royal Plaza in Lewiston after a short illness. Lois was born to Harrison Gangwish and Augusta Ruhter Gangwish on February 26, 1924 in Arriba, Colorado. Lois grew up there on a farm with her two siblings, Geraldine and […]

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Colombian farmers bet on birdwatching lodges to conserve forests

It is early in the morning and tourists are looking over a wooden balcony to observe a small bird. The crescent-headed antpitta, a tennis ball-sized bird with large eyes and a small beak, hops among the ferns and leaves of the forest floor. Bird watchers love this species because it is very difficult to spot, […]

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Morgan County Audubon turns 60

For six decades, members of the Morgan County Audubon Society have explored nature and their love of birds. Established on October 5, 1961, the Jacksonville Nature League was formed by 24 residents who wanted to share their love for nature. It was renamed the Morgan County Audubon Society in January 1962, when it became a […]

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Costa Rica’s digital footprint is a global benchmark for value-added sustainability

According to the study, Costa Rica ranks number one in the world for ecotourism-related online research; third in the world and first in Latin America for national parks; fourth in the world and first in Latin America to surf; fifth in the world and first in Latin America for diving; seventh in the world and […]

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Obituary: Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair

Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair 1914 – 2021 BRUNSWICK – Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair, 107, died on September 27, 2021 at her home. She was born July 21, 1914 in Fairfield, Maine, daughter of William Cilley Ham and Alta Sawyer Ham. She attended Fairfield schools and graduated from Lawrence High School in […]

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Hélène L. Ferrare 1941-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

POLAND – Helen L. Ferrara, 80, died Friday evening, September 25, 2021, at her home in Youngstown. Helen was born January 28, 1941 in Youngstown, daughter of the late Mike and Helen Hlubik Bezyak. Helen was a 1959 graduate and Salvatorian from Seminary High School in Poland. After graduation, Helen worked as an accountant for […]

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The All-Black Everest team aims to diversify the outdoor industry

DENVER (AP) – Phil Henderson sees the outdoor industry as a cruise ship. It took a long time for the largely white industry to embrace people of color. But the ship turned. Almost every corner of the industry is focused on building a diverse population of outdoor enthusiasts. “We just need more propulsion. We need […]

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5 almost unknown destinations for a Costa Rica vacation

Don’t waste a day off sitting at home or at work when you could be spending your time in a place like Costa Rica. But when you come you don’t have to visit the same places as everyone else. Here we present some of the less visited destinations in Costa Rica that deserve more attention: […]

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Is the national park system overcrowded?

Since the pandemic first hit the United States, it has forced many people to rethink their leisure activities, embracing the great outdoors and the natural world. This has led to a huge increase in activities like bird watching and gardening, as well as trips to the country’s national parks. But an increase in the number […]

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Top 5 beaches to explore in Bermuda

Share the article Last update 19 minutes ago Bermuda is full of gorgeous pink sand beaches that are a total of 21 miles long and one mile wide at its widest point. These beaches are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling or diving. Consider this beautiful, quiet island for your next beach vacation. Read on to […]

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An encounter with a copper-tailed eagle filled me with admiration and a sense of danger | Australian bird of the year 2021

Ot over the past few years my amateur bird watching has become an obsession, an obsession that sometimes takes me to more remote parts of Australia. Several months ago, on one of these trips, I had reason to think about what attracted me to birds. That day I was walking the Warrumbungles in New South […]

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[Sustainability Agenda] Meet the Goa startup that runs eco-friendly travel experiences

A deep love for the outdoors has always been at the center of Suman Sukumar’s life. After traveling back and forth across India on hiking, boating and biking expeditions, Suman saw the need for authentic resources to facilitate sustainable travel experiences in the country. With the aim of creating immersive experiences focused on ecology, heritage […]

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Courtney Michelle Schoner | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtney “To research” Michelle Schoner, 33, of Mayfield, New York, died of a long illness on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at her home with her family by her side. She was born on June 22, 1988 in Amsterdam, New York, the daughter of Joseph “Dad” and Michelle (LeFever) Schoner. She attended Mayfield High School and […]

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Only a few more weeks to get your fix of the Farmer’s Market

Staff reports | As the scorching summer temperatures cool down and fall sets in, it’s time for many of the area’s favorite farmer’s markets to prepare for them until next spring. Fortunately, there are still a few weeks left to get your fix of the Farmers’ Market – and even some markets that are open […]

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Business week: a milestone in space tourism

What’s new? (September 12-18) Civilians in space On Wednesday, a SpaceX rocket carrying four Americans lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Orbital spaceflight was the first to carry only passengers who were not professional astronauts, a milestone for the space tourism industry. In addition to SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, Blue Origin […]

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Obituary of Robert Rogers (1933 – 2021) – Santa Rosa, CA

Robert Nicholas Rogers, PhD Robert Nicholas Rogers, known as Bob to his family and friends, was a longtime educator, music and nature enthusiast, and a devoted husband and father. Born in San Francisco, California on November 4, 1933, Bob graduated from Stanford University, where he did his undergraduate education and received his doctorate in physics. […]

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B Magazine: Better Business Bureau Executive Brings People and Nature Together Through Bird Watching (9/8/21)

Whitney Quick, Regional Director of the Better Business Bureau, Thursday, August 5, at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center. Whitney Quick, Regional Director of the Better Business Bureau Cape Girardeau, uses her love of birding to bring people together to be one with nature. Quick recently started a Facebook group for bird enthusiasts, Murder on […]

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A guide to the interior of Húsavík, Iceland’s whale watching capital

It would be inconceivable to describe the humpback whales as boring, but as anyone who has seen them regularly – perhaps right here in Húsavík – their behavior is predictable. The town is located in Skjálfandi Bay in northern Iceland, whose relatively shallow waters mean the creatures tend not to stay submerged for more than […]

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Let Nature Feed You With These Fall Recreational Activities | Culture

Click to enlarge I can’t tell you how many times over the past year friends of mine have reacted to the madness of the world by joking that they just want to walk in the woods and never get out. Well why not? There is something to this. Time spent among cathedral-like trees, by flowing […]

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6 Best State Parks in Southwest Texas to Visit

The rugged mountains and immense skies that West Texas is known to extend far beyond the boundaries of the region’s iconic national parks. Fantastic state parks also dot the landscape, providing under the radar places to learn about ranching history, ancient Native American rock art, and views of Rio Grande. From the area surrounding El […]

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Obituary of Jennifer Matwijiw (1970 – 2021) – Texarkana, TX

Jennifer Evans Matwijiw1970-2021Jennifer Evans Matwijiw passed away peacefully on August 14, 2021, with her family by her side, after a sudden and unexpected medical incident. Jennifer was born January 24, 1970 in Houston to Arthur F. Evans III and Sandra Evola Evans. She grew up in the Houston area and attended St. Stephens Episcopal Day […]

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Research Finds Ways to Improve Management of Magpie on NT Mango Farms

Research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has identified ways to improve management of magpie geese to better support mango growers as the Northern Territory enters mango season. PhD student and environmental science researcher Amélie Corriveau recently completed her research studying the movements and diet of the magpie goose, a large, iconic bird most abundant in […]

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Matthew Keezer talks about Alentejo, Portugal – Relax and Enjoy the View

Whether you are here for gorgeous and romantic views or looking to sample from Portugal the best cuisine, the Alentejo has it all. However, don’t forget to visit the historical sites as well. There are a number of towering castles and other educational attractions that will interest you and your whole family. MONTREAL, August 9, […]

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Sneaky thieves steal hair from foxes, raccoons, dogs, and even you

As anyone who has ever tried eating French fries on a beach will attest, flight is not an uncommon behavior among birds. In fact, many birds are very good at daring and cheeky flight. Scientists have documented several species of birds, including magpies, winter birds and black kites, looting everything from discarded plastic to expensive […]

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Where to stop along the US 50 for a hike, a meal or a view

If you’re driving through Colorado soon, be prepared for a two-hour detour, however you cut it. Since Thursday, when several mudslides and floods rocked Glenwood Canyon, Interstate 70 between Dotsero and Rifle has been closed to traffic. The timing of the reopening of the state’s main artery along this section is still undetermined. The Colorado […]

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Betty J. (Cor) Lehr | Obituary

Betty J. (Horn) Lehr, 99, of Sayre, Pa., Passed away peacefully on Sunday, July 18, 2021 at the Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center after living a happy and fulfilling life. She was born January 18, 1922 in Sayre, Pennsylvania, daughter of the late Frank and Laura Horn. Betty was a graduate of Sayre High School […]

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Obituary of Marion Peck (1930 – 2021) – Ayer, MA

Ayer Marion Pauline (Keyes) Peck, 90, of Natick MA passed away peacefully. Born December 22, 1930 in Hamtramck, MI to the late Cass and Frances Keyes. She met and married her husband Bruce E. Peck Jr., in Hamtramck, in love since high school. They lived in Detroit Michigan, Southern California and Arlington MA before settling […]

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Donald Lee Whipp – Villages-News.com

Donald lee whipp Donald L. Whipp (86) joined his Heavenly Father on July 17, 2021 after a four-year battle with cancer and lung disease. Don was born in 1934 in Frederick, (MD) and moved to The Villages (FL) in 2005. He graduated from Frederick (MD) High School in 1952 and served almost three years in […]