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One Of The World’s Largest Penguin Colonies Has Officially Disappeared

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Thousands of emperor penguins are presumed dead after an unprecedented sea-ice collapse in the Antarctic — and now, experts are worried there will be more of these incidents as the Antarctic continues to warm. Birds in this particular emperor penguin colony were raising chicks on a mass of sea ice in the Wedell Sea when […]

Interior Department Needs a Bird-Friendly Solicitor

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Washington, D.C. (May 1, 2019) — “One of Daniel Jorjani’s signature acts during his tenure to date was to author an anti-bird legal opinion that hollowed out the one law, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, that protects more than a thousand species of birds that Americans love. That opinion has been rebuked by 17 former Interior […]

Bipartisan Colorado River Drought Plan Signed into Law Averting Potentially Catastrophic Outcomes for People and Birds

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WASHINGTON—“More than 400 bird species and 36 million people rely on the Colorado River. Studies show that as temperatures continue to rise, the Colorado River and the rivers that feed it will become even more important for people and for birds like the Yellow-billed Cuckoo and the Great Blue Heron,” said David Yarnold, President and CEO […]

Beer Can On Side Of Road Had Someone Strange Stuck Inside It

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Whoever tossed an empty Bud Light can onto the side of a road in Florida probably had no idea it would be at the center of some very dramatic moments. Just the other day, Rosa Fond, president of an animal rescue organization called Humans and Animals United (HAU), was on her way home from an animal shelter, […]

Leaders in International Entrepreneurship, Statewide Tourism Join National Board of Directors at Audubon

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NEW YORK – In January 2019, the National Audubon Society welcomed Doug Chang, president of Red Rock Audubon Society, and Joe Watts, president of Birmingham Audubon, to its national board of directors. With decades of dedication to the environment, the newest board members add invaluable experience in the entrepreneurial and tourism sectors, internationally and regionally, to […]

World’s Cutest Package Thief Is Far Too Adorable To Be Angry About

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As more and more people opt for the convenience of having things delivered to their homes, package theft is sadly on the rise. But the perpetrator behind this particular case of “porch piracy” is much more charming than most. Last week, Lori Metcalf Sanders had a box of homemade snacks dropped off in front of her […]

Camera Catches Woman’s Sweet Gesture For A Cold Stray Dog

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She did not think anybody was watching. But she was wrong. Lately, a burglar camera&nbspcaptured a person departing a caf&eacute on the cold and wet day in&nbspZonguldak, Poultry. As she goes through the entrance, she notices a stray dog curled up underneath the overhang out front &mdash the very best refuge in the elements poor […]

California Pet Stores Can Only Sell Rescue Dogs And Cats Now

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California is starting off 2012 having a huge advance for creatures. By Jan. 1, the condition&rsquos pet stores are formally banned from selling young puppies, kittens and rabbits sourced from commercial breeders. Rather, shops are only permitted to accommodate save creatures from local shelters. Credit: CAPS The brand new policy takes are designed for puppy […]

The Government Just Decided To Kill Hundreds Of Sea Lion Families

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The U.S. government just did something terrible for ocean lions &mdash it managed to get legal to kill nearly 1,000 of these animals each year, just for attempting to feed themselves and their families. The impetus with this new law is due to wild salmon. Recently, salmon populations around the West Coast from the U.S. […]

The 118th CBC in New Mexico

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Exactly what a CBC season!&nbsp Unlike this past year&rsquos wintry blasts which caused counts to become delayed or cancelled, very little CBCs this season reported weather issues and actually, many were quite warm. It was fortunate, because there was a great deal to find this season.&nbsp Birders tallied some outstanding finds throughout the season, which […]