Month: January 2019

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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En un nuevo aporte escrito para el Blog compartimos estas fotografías de otra de las hermosas lechuzas que pudimos observar junto al amigo Nicolás Pavese; la Lechuza de campanario, Chuinda en mbyá-guaraní. Espectacular cerrar el año de esta manera, increíble poder ver y fotografiar a esta especie, pensar que hasta comienzos del 2016 solo había
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American Avocets, Great Salt Lake. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon In 2017, the Utah Governor’s Water Strategy Advisory Team consulted a diverse group of stakeholders in developing a Recommended State Water Strategy. The strategy produced a range of recommendations for addressing the water needs of people, agriculture, industry, and the environment in the face of limited water
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Phil Roberts and I found a juvenile White-crowned Wheatears Oenanthe leucopyga at Haradh on 13 January 2017. The bird was seen along a roadside with scattered rocks as well as fences to keep people away from the pivot irrigation fields. This species had not been recorded in this area previously according to Mike Jennings, but
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During a full moon last Sunday night, an officer from Platteville, Wisconsin suddenly crossed paths with a tiny kitten who desperately needed his help. Platteville Police Department Officer Matt Froiseth from Platteville Police Department was out near Highway 151 when suddenly he heard a little cry that sounded like a kitten. He decided to investigate
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Del pasado 22 de Octubre día en el que se llevó a cabo el evento de observación de aves del cono sur organizado por ebird comparto este registro de una Tersina macho fotografiada por Luis Lugo en el Parque Provincial Salto Encantado en la localidad de Aristóbulo del Valle / Misiones. Llevaba ya un poco
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