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Suspected Exposure to Filoviruses Among People Contacting Wildlife in Southwestern Uganda

Tierra Smiley Evans, Leonard Tutaryebwa, Kirsten V Gilardi, Peter A Barry, Andrea Marzi, Meghan Eberhart, Benard Ssebide, Michael R Cranfield, Obed Mugisha, Emmanuel Mugisha, Scott Kellermann, Jonna A K Mazet, Christine K Johnson… 298 more words

Research

Last Day At West Runton..

This break has come to an end and now its time to start planning the next trip.  First of all though the motorhome has to have its annual habitation check.   222 more words

PHOTOGRAPHY

Human Activity Is Making Oceans Louder, Putting Wildlife at Risk

Jacques Costeau famously called the planet’s oceans “The Silent World.”

“Unfortunately, that was not really an accurate description,” says Dr. Jason Gedamke. “To the animals that live in the ocean, it is an incredibly noisy and loud place.” 833 more words

Environment

Afternoon by the canal.

We went to feed the ducklings, but they must have been further up the canal. So me, Sydney and Elsie just sat and watched the world go by.

Deer Destruction - Again!

Since my previous post about deer destruction, I have taken steps to protect my plants. First I gathered my materials – 10-lb fishline, old 5-gallon buckets, coffee cans and rusted nails (we have a collection of old cans and nails on the garage studs), and wooden dowels from an old drying rack that fell apart (I knew they would come in handy some day). 404 more words

Garden

Bears

A message was sent today warning all residents of The Meadows and Deer Meadow about recent bear sightings in both parks. Please review the information below: 302 more words