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The Mining Journal
February begins, and spring is on the horizonIt's already February, and it is beginning to seem as though spring is just lur
February begins, and spring is on the horizon
The Mining Journal / Posted 2 days ago
It's already February, and it is beginning to seem as though spring is just lurking over the horizon, despite the winter storm's recent passing. With sunset time today just a minute before 6 p.m. providing just short than 10 hours of daylight. Last... Read more
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Fernandina Beach News-Leader
FWC: Report illegal painted and indigo bunting bird trapsPainted and indigo buntings breed in North Florida, spend the winter primarily
FWC: Report illegal painted and indigo bunting bird traps
Fernandina Beach News-Leader / Posted 2 days ago
Painted and indigo buntings breed in North Florida, spend the winter primarily in South Florida and can be found throughout much of the state during spring and fall migration. Poachers illegally trap these birds to sell them. The Florida Fish and... Read more
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The Star
FWC conserves painted, indigo buntings, focuses on illegal trapping Painted and indigo buntings breed in northern Florida, spend the winter prima
FWC conserves painted, indigo buntings, focuses on illegal trapping
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
Painted and indigo buntings breed in northern Florida, spend the winter primarily in southern Florida and can be found throughout much of the state during spring and fall... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Lapland Longspurs spotted in Cobden areaOver the past few weeks, our area has been experiencing a small inundation of L
Lapland Longspurs spotted in Cobden area
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 3 days ago
Over the past few weeks, our area has been experiencing a small inundation of Lapland Longspurs in the open fields, especially around the Cobden area. In fact, the other day, Rob Cunningham and I located at least three large flocks feeding along the... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Winter unique for weather, birding opportunitiesFor much of the Upper Peninsula, it has been a gentle and kind winter so far -
Winter unique for weather, birding opportunities
The Mining Journal / Posted 9 days ago
For much of the Upper Peninsula, it has been a gentle and kind winter so far - mild temperatures and light snowfalls have been the rule for much of the season. The easiness of winter has left more time to be outside and not shoveling drives and... Read more
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Rappler
'The Tomorrow Children' by Q-Games is 'strange and fascinating'How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
'The Tomorrow Children' by Q-Games is 'strange and fascinating'
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Pia Wurtzbach to wear Filipino designs during Miss Universe reignHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Pia Wurtzbach to wear Filipino designs during Miss Universe reign
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Pope's envoy at IEC 2016: no to death penalty, abortion, 'culture of death'How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Pope's envoy at IEC 2016: no to death penalty, abortion, 'culture of death'
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Metro Manila traffic 'most critical problem' of next gov'tHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Metro Manila traffic 'most critical problem' of next gov't
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Laguna Expressway Dike project is 'dangerous' - GeologistHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Laguna Expressway Dike project is 'dangerous' - Geologist
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Japan's Emperor Akihito heads to the PhilippinesHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Japan's Emperor Akihito heads to the Philippines
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Binay takes communion from Pope's envoyHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Binay takes communion from Pope's envoy
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
EcoWaste: avoid 'wasteful' use of plastic banderitas during fiestasHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
EcoWaste: avoid 'wasteful' use of plastic banderitas during fiestas
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Battle between Trump and Cruz main event in Iowa caucusHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Battle between Trump and Cruz main event in Iowa caucus
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Bahrain opposition chief in trouble over tweetsHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
Bahrain opposition chief in trouble over tweets
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
January 25, 2016 EditionHow do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right
January 25, 2016 Edition
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
How do you celebrate without making to much trash? Start by choosing the right material for decorations. EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental watchdog group, says colorful banderitas (buntings) made from plastic bags may be nice to look at during... Read more
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Rappler
Plastic banderitas ‘extremely wasteful’ – watchdogTRASH. After events like the feast of the Black Nazarene, trash, plastic in par
Plastic banderitas ‘extremely wasteful’ – watchdog
Rappler / Posted 14 days ago
TRASH. After events like the feast of the Black Nazarene, trash, plastic in particular, litter the streets. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler MANILA, Philippines – Fiestas do not end when people go home. After the parades and the parties, trash still... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Farmers share expertise to protect Brecks wildlife 'Nature Friendly Zone' in the Brecks. Pictured from left are farm owner Chris
Farmers share expertise to protect Brecks wildlife
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 15 days ago
'Nature Friendly Zone' in the Brecks. Pictured from left are farm owner Chris Cock, Kerry Skelhorn of the RSPB and farm worker John Secker at Glebe Farm, Feltwell. Breckland farmers are being... Read more
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Arkansas Times
The thing to do in all 75 Arkansas countiesGas up the jalopy and tag along as we visit our estimations of (maybe) the most
The thing to do in all 75 Arkansas counties
Arkansas Times / Posted 25 days ago
Gas up the jalopy and tag along as we visit our estimations of (maybe) the most interesting thing to see or do in every county in the state. If you're like most Arkansans, you've lived here awhile — we're a bunch that tends to stick close to our... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Birds of Richmond County: In art and in the fieldSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A new exhibit of oil paintings in the Lenape Gallery of C
Birds of Richmond County: In art and in the field
Staten Island Advance / Posted 27 days ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A new exhibit of oil paintings in the Lenape Gallery of Conference House Park showcases many of the birds that can be found in the woodlands, shore and waters of park at New York State's southernmost point. Looking at and... Read more
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Daily News
Highlight realities of a resurgent DemocracyYesterday saw the celebration of the first anniversary of the electoral change
Highlight realities of a resurgent Democracy
Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
Yesterday saw the celebration of the first anniversary of the electoral change on January 8 - the people's rejection of authoritarian and near dictatorial rule, and will be marked in the annals of political history for the coming together of the... Read more
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Brookings Daily Register
Brookings Register Brookings birders complete countBROOKINGS � Seventeen participants in the field and eight feeder watchers found
Brookings Register Brookings birders complete count
Brookings Daily Register / Posted 30 days ago
BROOKINGS � Seventeen participants in the field and eight feeder watchers found 44 species of birds during the Brookings Christmas Bird Count on Dec. 19. Some of the most commonly spotted species last month include the Canada goose, 68; ring-necked... Read more

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