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Turning Silver at the Saxon

“One night, on the stage at the same time, there was Bonnie Raitt, Eric Johnson, Stephen Bruton, Michael McDonald and Mickey Raphael.”

—Joe Ables, Saxon Pub co-founder…

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Massive Colorado logging project threatens lynx

Conservation advocates go to court to block Tennessee Pas project

Staff Report

FRISCO — The threat of widespread logging in an area where lynx are slowly reestablishing a Colorado presence has spurred a new lawsuit by forest conservation advocates. 377 more words


Kakadu’s grasshopper population healthy

One of Kakadu’s iconic species – the brightly-coloured Leichhardts grasshopper is showing healthy populations across a number of survey sites. In 2012 a large, hot bushfire occurred and we expected to see less alyurr the following year. 193 more words

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Returning freshwater mussels to Central Appalachia

Refuge biologist Patty Morrison of the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge (WV, PA, KY) and other endangered freshwater mussel proponents are celebrating remarkable landscape-level recovery efforts made possible by exemplary partnership between our agency, state, university and private partners. 585 more words


Sea Lions Starving in California

According to an article published by the New York Times, hundreds of starving sea lions have been washing up on the shores of Southern California. 95 more words

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Humpback Whale Population Grows

According to an article published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), there have been steady rates of population growth amongst ten distinct population segments of humpback whales. 61 more words

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