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THE EROSION AND COLLAPSE OF THE GREAT AMERICAN URBAN INFRASTRUCTURES of the 20th century is more than bad policy. It is more than reckless. 324 more words


Our Parndon Wood Honey

If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise… 

We went down to Parndon Wood Nature Reserve today to buy a jar of the first batch of honey made from the bees in the wood. 75 more words


DNR: Gray wolves have spread across entire Upper Peninsula

By Howard Meyerson

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – One or more wolf packs now live in every Upper Peninsula county, having spread from west to east over the past 20 years. 460 more words

Meet the wildlife warriors saving the world’s cutest...

Meet the wildlife warriors saving the world’s cutest primate

We take our cameras inside two Thailand sanctuaries for rescued and injured slow lorises to meet the vets and volunteers dealing firsthand with the consequences of the illegal trade in these threatened primates.

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See Cecil the Lion and Other Animals Light Up the Empire State Building

Images honoring Cecil the lion and other endangered species illuminated the south side of Empire State Building on Saturday evening, broadcasting the plight of mass extinction onto one of New York’s most iconic landmarks. 89 more words

International Fishing Pier, the 38th to Join the RPI

Tuesday morning, officials from the City of Deerfield Beach, Broward County, Ocean Rescue, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, and Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier gathered to learn the proper protocol to follow in the event a sea turtle is accidentally hooked on the pier. 225 more words