User: flenvcenter Topic: Biodiversity-Regional
Category: Specific Organisms :: Insects
Last updated: Oct 11 2020 01:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Putting your Colorado garden to bed for the winter 10.10.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
It is Colorado, after all, and winter can arrive any minute, impolitely skipping a gradual cool-wet fall season that gardeners and landscape plants prefer.
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17 apps, podcasts and wesbites for your next outdoor adventure 27.8.2020 Denver Post: Outdoors
Ever wonder how underwater creatures make light? Or what a Carolina leaf-roller eats?
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17 apps, podcasts and wesbites for your next outdoor adventure 27.8.2020 Denver Post: Business
Ever wonder how underwater creatures make light? Or what a Carolina leaf-roller eats?
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Can grazing help Oregon’s largest private nature preserve? 25.8.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Scientists and ranchers team up to determine if cattle can preserve biodiversity and support economies on a treasured prairie.
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Dramatic decline found in Western bumblebee populations 25.7.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
A federal review of existing data unveils an alarming trend for the western bumblebee population, which has seen its numbers dwindle by as much as 93% in the last two decades.
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YouTube star Coyote Peterson goes face-to-face with Colorado gray wolves 29.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
YouTube star Nathaniel Peterson, who has lately parlayed his billions of video views into a hosting gig for Animal Planet, has a simple message about education in the age of coronavirus -- or any age, for that matter.
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YouTube star Coyote Peterson goes face-to-face with Colorado gray wolves 29.6.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
YouTube star Nathaniel Peterson, who has lately parlayed his billions of video views into a hosting gig for Animal Planet, has a simple message about education in the age of coronavirus -- or any age, for that matter.
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9 lesser-known public gardens in Colorado that are worth a visit 23.2.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Whether sprawling or petite, on a university campus or smack dab in the city, here are Colorado's lesser-known public gardens.
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9 lesser-known public gardens in Colorado that are worth a visit 23.2.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
Whether sprawling or petite, on a university campus or smack dab in the city, here are Colorado's lesser-known public gardens.
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Endangered Species Act at work in protecting butterflies at Fort Bragg’s artillery range 19.11.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
In the unlikely setting of the world’s most populated military installation, amid all the regimented chaos, you’ll find the Endangered Species Act at work.
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This non-gendered “hair space” in RiNo is creating community through haircuts 14.11.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Transgender, queer and gender-fluid Denverites flock to this RiNo "hair space" where hair cuts are priced by the hour, not by gender.
This non-gendered “hair space” in RiNo is creating community through haircuts 14.11.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Transgender, queer and gender-fluid Denverites flock to this RiNo "hair space" where hair cuts are priced by the hour, not by gender.
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Bringing the world’s buried wetlands back from the dead 5.11.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
The ghosts are all around the gently rolling farmlands of eastern England. But you have to know where to look.
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There’s nuance behind the recent bird decline study 30.9.2019 High Country News Most Recent
The journal Science documented an estimated total loss of 2.9 billion birds. But is that the whole picture?
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Guest Commentary: Why doom and gloom won’t help us fight climate change 23.8.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
The earth is indeed in bad shape, and the trends aren't encouraging. Yet the big problem with bad news about the environment is that it too easily leads to resignation and then passivity.
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Guest Commentary: Protect the Endangered Species Act — we have too much to lose in Colorado and around the globe 21.8.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
I am a scientist. I was born in Mexico and I came to the United States 30 years ago to do my Ph.D. in Biology at Harvard University, working with one of the world’s most highly recognized biologists, Dr. Edward O. Wilson. From an early age, I was fascinated by insects especially bees; the more I learned the more I was intrigued about their unique role and special place in our wild lands. Throughout my studies, I quickly learned that wild spaces were being destroyed and wildlife species were disappearing.
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Letters: Plant for the good of the planet; Lots of questions, one answer: vegetarianism; Our history is not Trump’s story (5/16/19) 16.5.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
Plant for the good of the planet Re: “Killing off the biodiversity … ,” May 8 commentary In the face of seemingly insurmountable environmental challenges, it’s easy to find ourselves slipping into weariness and despair. Yet, there are meaningful actions that we can all take to protect Colorado’s biodiversity, beginning in our own backyards (or, […]
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Forest Service allows chain saw use in Colorado wilderness 14.5.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
DURANGO -- The U.S. Forest Service has authorized the use of chain saws to clear trees killed by bark beetles in two wilderness areas in southwestern Colorado.
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Kafer: Plant to make life healthier for you and your planet 10.5.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
New research out of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found women who live in homes with bountiful vegetation have higher life expectancies and better mental health than women whose homes and yards have fewer plants. The most striking finding from the study: Women with the greenest environments were 34 percent less likely to die of respiratory disease and 13 percent less likely to die of cancer than women with the fewest plants. An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, but proximity to trees just might.
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We’re destroying the biodiversity we depend on 6.5.2019 High Country News Most Recent
A new U.N. study shows that up to 1 million species risk extinction because humans use up nature much faster than it can be replenished.
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