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Autumn Landscapes in Central New York

Aided by warm sunny weather and the absence of strong winds and precipitation, fall foliage colors were brilliant last week. I love this season and cherish the moments when everything comes together – colors, lighting, moisture, stillness – to support the many “flaming foliage” festivals and “leaf-peeping” activities that occur throughout the Northeast. 132 more words

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Endless Summer

The seasons have changed, but here in Sanibel I’m stuck in an endless summer. Sanibel’s fall is a little bit cooler, a little bit less humid (sometimes, I even wear a sweatshirt to work in the morning – but that’s because 70 degrees F is frigid to me), but I still get to the beach on my days off. 1,158 more words


After Jamni tigress, male Gabbar radio-collared in Tadoba

Two days after scientists from the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun, radio-collared a tigress at Jamni in Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) at Chandrapur on Saturday, a male tiger ‘Gabbar’ was also tagged with a radio-collar on Sunday. 148 more words


Jim Corbett National Park Reopens After Monsoon

The widely-famous Corbett National Park, which was closed for four months because of monsoon, reopened its gates for visitors on Wednesday. To sight tigers and other animals roaming freely in the park, wildlife enthusiasts are coming in good numbers since the park reopened this season. 107 more words

Jim Corbett National Park