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Staten Island Advance
Looking at the Moon and migrationIt won't be the biggest of the year, but Saturday's moon will be worth looking
Looking at the Moon and migration
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
It won't be the biggest of the year, but Saturday's moon will be worth looking at. This month's full moon is known by several names here in the northeast: the sturgeon moon, the grain moon or the green corn moon. Depending on how you define a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970In Britain, the turtle dove has declined by 95 per cent, while seals, toads, re
Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
In Britain, the turtle dove has declined by 95 per cent, while seals, toads, red squirrels, moths, dormice, hedgehogs and hares are also suffering. The WWF said the report was a ‘wake-up call’ and urged people to cut down on consumption. “It’s... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
What makes birds fly south like they do?Ducks and geese flying south in the fall are a familiar sight to Mainers. Many
What makes birds fly south like they do?
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Ducks and geese flying south in the fall are a familiar sight to Mainers. Many species of birds migrate vast distances each year. The record holder appears to be the Arctic tern, which spends one summer in the Arctic and then migrates halfway around... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Al Rawi calls on UNC to condemn election violenceWith People’s National Movement banners being burnt, posters being torn down an
Al Rawi calls on UNC to condemn election violence
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
With People’s National Movement banners being burnt, posters being torn down and a supporter being assaulted on Saturday night, the party’s public relations officer Faris Al Rawi is now calling on the United National Congress to condemn acts of... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Birds molt, replacing feathers takes a lot of energyAll snakes, most lizards and some politicians shed their skin. Actually, all h
Birds molt, replacing feathers takes a lot of energy
Bangor Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
All snakes, most lizards and some politicians shed their skin. Actually, all humans shed their skin, including the political subspecies. When considering how to discuss feather molting in birds, I first looked up to see what we do. We shed about 8... Read more
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Arkansas Times
For the birdsThe Observer has in-laws in town and so we thought we would show them 20,000 or
For the birds
Arkansas Times / Posted 7 days ago
The Observer has in-laws in town and so we thought we would show them 20,000 or so purple martins. We were a little early for the martin show, so we took a leisurely drive around the Little Rock Port Authority and Welspun and points south. A tour of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Happy as a bleedin’ larkCape Town - Heard about Africa’s Big Five? Sure you have, but you’re not going
Happy as a bleedin’ lark
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
Cape Town - Heard about Africa’s Big Five? Sure you have, but you’re not going to see them roaming in the wild along the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. You’ve got a brilliant chance, though, of seeing a large and colourful part of... Read more
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Babyology
Father's Day 2015 DIY gift ideas & craftsSome of the best Father’s Day gifts are those that are sneakily made at home wh
Father's Day 2015 DIY gift ideas & crafts
Babyology / Posted 12 days ago
Some of the best Father’s Day gifts are those that are sneakily made at home while dad is unaware. It’s these kinds of personalised, made-just-for-dad gifts that pack the biggest of surprises, with children bursting with pride at their own clever... Read more
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asianage
A sangria-spiked holidayA city of cultural prominence, historical relevance and a thumping social scene
A sangria-spiked holiday
asianage / Posted 13 days ago
A city of cultural prominence, historical relevance and a thumping social scene, seville is the best of spain in a capsule Is it ‘Sevil’ or ‘Sevia’? That’s the first question we asked the receptionist at our hostel (a stunning little place called La... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Two teenagers have died at a beauty spotMr Forder, of Costessey, near Norwich, said: "The family came running up scream
Two teenagers have died at a beauty spot
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Mr Forder, of Costessey, near Norwich, said: "The family came running up screaming so me and another colleague ran down to help. “When we got there, they were already under the water. Everyone was screaming.” A Norfolk Police spokeswoman said... Read more
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Express and Star
Going wild for RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve « Express & StarIt has been five years in the making but staff and the site's 100-strong team o
Going wild for RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 24 days ago
It has been five years in the making but staff and the site's 100-strong team of volunteers have finally been able to replace their old base which was destroyed in an arson attack. They wanted to share the occasion with the community and threw open... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Possumhaw: Lazy, hazy days of summerMost mornings Sam and I have cereal on the front porch. It's a good time to gre
Possumhaw: Lazy, hazy days of summer
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 25 days ago
Most mornings Sam and I have cereal on the front porch. It's a good time to greet the day and watch our world that changes little. The squirrel, which we think is the same squirrel, runs up the oak tree, bypassing the hanging moss. He flings himself... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State quail habitat: If you build it, they will comeQuail have been a third-tier game species in Arkansas for so long that restorin
State quail habitat: If you build it, they will come
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Quail have been a third-tier game species in Arkansas for so long that restoring bobwhites is almost like starting from scratch. Fortunately, we can draw from a wealth of experience in neighboring states to make the Natural State landscape once... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Nature's time to shineWith the heat of summer heavy upon us, it's easy to overlook all that is going
Nature's time to shine
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 1 months ago
With the heat of summer heavy upon us, it's easy to overlook all that is going on in nature. As Julie and I sat on the deck sipping our Adam's ale and a lumberjack float (ice water in one, while the other glass had a wooden toothpick added for... Read more

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