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Birding's Big Catch

The world of birding, it is safe to say, is growing. Occasionally we read about a noted person having established a passion for birdwatching and/or related conservation. 366 more words


Where the birds are in Wyoming

Published March 16, 2005, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “I spy with my little eye…It’s time to grab your binoculars and pick a perch.” 1,755 more words


Bird flashcards evolve into full-service CD-ROM

Published March 6, 2003, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Bird flashcards evolve into full-service CD-ROM.”
2014 Update: Now that schools have better access to the Internet, the Wyoming Bird Flashcards CD would make a wonderful website–after a few updates. 812 more words

Wyoming Game And Fish Department

Report: Some Non-Profits Gaming Farm Subsidy System

Fair Use Notice

The following information was first published by Breitbart and reported by some of the mainscream media.

Some nonprofit organizations whose stated purposes have nothing to do with farming have… 628 more words

Nonprofits, including Farrakhan-tied group, enjoy windfall from farm subsidies

See how the corruption in Washington is?  We’ve all heard of the farm subsidies, which is supposed to help farmers, but through the years, we’ve had so many corrupt people whom have never farmed in their lives with their hand out, receiving taxpayer money.  1,085 more words


Climate Change: The Risks for Michigan birds

By Howard Meyerson

While global climate change reports often focus on iconic creatures like polar bears and penguins, species that would be in jeopardy if the polar ice cap melts, Michigan and Great Lakes scientists are looking to understand what else might get in trouble. 1,569 more words

Tyler Arboretum is an IBA (Important Bird Area)

The more time I spend going through Tyler Arboretum’s website, the more interesting “nuggets” of information I come across.  For example, on the Tyler At A Glace… 604 more words