Month: January 2019

Sandhill Crane. Photo: Jean Hall/Audubon Photography Awards PHOENIX— “More than 400 bird species and 36 million people rely on the Colorado River. The stakes are high and this landmark agreement strikes a commonsense approach between the needs of people and wildlife in the West. Good things happen when people set aside their differences and work
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Osprey. Photo: Kurt Wecker/Audubon Photography Awards NEW YORK, N.Y. and PHILADELPHIA, Penn. – Today, the National Audubon Society and Audubon Pennsylvania launch the Brewers for the Delaware River Association. The coalition of craft brewers in the Delaware River Watershed united to promote the protection of the watershed as a reliable, clean water source that benefits the people,
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Survival is a broad spectrum concept that occupies the minds of many. It’s found in our daily worries like matters of politics, finances, personal health, social status, and mental stability. Needless to say, it likely crosses someone’s mind at least once a day. But survival isn’t an exclusive part of the human kingdom. Survival is
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Winning the youth category of the 2016 Audubon Photography Awards was a defining moment in the nascent career of young photographer Carolina Fraser. Along with receiving national recognition for her talent, she earned a trip to the Audubon “Arts and Birding” camp on Hog Island, Maine. There she met her current mentor, photographer Melissa Groo, who has helped guide Fraser’s path to a growing list
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For those who hunt me because I am a seal,Did you ever stop to think just how I feel.I just want to sit on my rocks and ice.If you would leave me be, that would be so nice.My fur is mine, not yours for the taking, Just look at all the red blood you are
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People like to talk about the funny quirks that cats have, but did you know that cat owners have a lot of quirks too? Yes, it’s true! You are likely doing a few things that are driving your cat absolutely crazy. Are you guilty of any of these? 1. Taking Your Cat For Car Rides
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Each year, the Canadian government gives hunters the green light to bludgeon to death hundreds of thousands of baby harp seals. During the slaughter, baby seals are shot or repeatedly clubbed. Sealers bludgeon the animals with clubs and “hakapiks” (metal-hook–tipped clubs) and drag the seals—who are often still conscious—across the ice floes with boat hooks.
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En esta entrada comparto estas espectaculares fotografías del amigo Nicolás, de un nuevo encuentro con esta espectacular lechuza. Repitiendo condiciones de la anterior publicación para la especie en el blog coincidimos en que el registro se realizó en zona urbanizada; Nico lo pudo fotografiar cuando regresaba desde Santa Ana hacia Garupá en la noche del
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(Image Credit: Getty Images/jarih) For as many of us who own dogs, few of us have actually used a dog whistle before. What are dog whistles, exactly? What do people use them for? Do they whip dogs into a frenzy like in cartoons? A dog whistle, known also as a silent or Galton’s whistle–after inventor
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