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In SoCal, cool and close to home for weekends at the end of April (and a little bit of May) 22.4.2018 LA Times: Commentary

Blues and rock ’n’ roll. Flowers and kites. Art, film and food. You’ll find plenty of events for April 26-29.

San Diego

Floral artists interpret paintings and sculptures in flowers at the 36th Art Alive at the San Diego Museum of Art. Enjoy the scent of blossoms from creative floral works of art....

Earth's mammals have shrunk dramatically, and humans are to blame 20.4.2018 Washington Post
Earth's mammals have shrunk dramatically, and humans are to blame
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The Chainsmokers to play Atlantic City BeachFest Concert Series this summer 16.4.2018 Philly.com News
The pair's performance is the second listed for the BeachFest Concert Series, which previously announced a July 1 performance by Sam Hunt.
Where Stars Trek: Bear sightings in the Yosemite National Park 15.4.2018 Eye – The Indian Express
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Watching 'A Quiet Place' in a theater? Crunch, slurp or sniffle at your own risk. 11.4.2018 Washington Post
Watching 'A Quiet Place' in a theater? Crunch, slurp or sniffle at your own risk.
Bear, boar, pickerel and politics on N.J. 'Wild Game Night' menu | Kevin Riordan 10.4.2018 Philly.com News
A meaty feast featuring wild game, some of it locally sourced (or "harvested," as hunters like to say) provides a columnist with much to chew on.
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Boy found alive 12 hours after he was washed away in a ‘maze’ of drainage pipes 2.4.2018 Washington Post
More than 100 rescuers worked through the night searching for the 13-year-old who fell through an abandoned maintenance shed at a Los Angeles park.
Too old to hunt for Easter eggs? Make these festive egg recipes instead. 31.3.2018 Washington Post
Too old to hunt for Easter eggs? Make these festive egg recipes instead.
Romanian village pestered by brandy-drinking bear 29.3.2018 Washington Post: World
Romanian hunting authorities have given their approval to shoot a bear that has been wandering into villagers’ homes and helping itself to food, terrifying locals.
The Big Lebowski turns 20, Lorde plays Wells Fargo and more things to do in Philadephia 28.3.2018 Philly.com News
Environmental Film Festival, Brewer's Plate, Game Masters at the Franklin Institute, and other great events, March 30-April 6.
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Bow hunting for deer in Philadelphia? It's a real possibility 22.3.2018 Philly.com News
A new U.S. Department of the Interior plan to open a portion of the 993 acre John Heinz Wildlife National Refuge along Darby Creek in Philadelphia and Delaware counties to a public bow hunt.
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Where to celebrate Easter with the family in Philadelphia this year 22.3.2018 Philly.com News
Family events to celebrate Easter in and around Philadelphia
Decline in hunters threatens how U.S. pays for conservation 20.3.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
The steady drop is expected to accelerate in coming years, threatening the much-lauded model through which the U.S. has paid for conservation.
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After his family died, a Connecticut man threatened to kill himself. So the police took his guns. 18.3.2018 Washington Post
A controversial warrant used in five states allows police to temporarily confiscate guns from law-abiding — but at-risk — owners. It represents the latest piecemeal attempt to prevent gun violence in the U.S.
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Teacher in Preston, Idaho, feeds puppy to turtle, and the nation freaks out. But not Preston, Idaho 15.3.2018 LA Times: Commentary

In a small town, death and killing are often visible parts of life, especially for farm kids. They might hunt deer. Their families might breed cattle for slaughter.

But feeding an ailing puppy to a snapping turtle?

On March 7, according to local news accounts, a junior high teacher in Preston,...

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Idaho community stands behind science teacher who fed puppy to snapping turtle 15.3.2018 LA Times: Nation

In a small town, death and killing are often visible parts of life, especially for farm kids. They might hunt deer. Their families might breed cattle for slaughter.

But feeding an ailing puppy to a snapping turtle?

On March 7, according to local news accounts, a junior high teacher in Preston,...

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Indigenous and Rural Women Conserve Mother Earth and Empower Their Communities 7.3.2018 Truthout.com
Women's rights and gender equality are crucial for not just women, but also for their communities and the environment. Increasing women's leadership in natural resource management, for example, is not only beneficial for biodiversity but also increases livelihood opportunities for women, thus improving their ability to plan for their families and resulting in positive outcomes for their communities. On this International Women's Day, we bring you a photo essay about Indigenous and rural women and their innate connection to nature. Women's rights and gender equality are crucial for not just women, but also for their communities and the environment. Women play a key role in the conservation of biodiversity and forests. A growing body of evidence shows that increasing women's leadership in natural resource management and governance is not only beneficial for biodiversity but also empowers women, increases their livelihood opportunities, improves their ability to plan for their families and results in ...
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A 'floating fillet': Rice farmers grow bugs to replenish California's salmon 7.3.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Insect-rich floodplain water once supported the threatened fish, but it has been diverted. The project's end goal is to improve the likelihood that Chinook survive the trek to the ocean and back.
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5 types of apples, once thought extinct, are rediscovered 6.3.2018 AP Washington
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) -- Five types of apples, once thought to be extinct, have been rediscovered in northern Idaho and eastern Washington....
Building a better rainbow trout: Colorado biologists on breeding blitz to revive species ravaged by whirling disease 4.3.2018 Denver Post: Business
Colorado biologists who made a scientific breakthrough and have begun a fish-breeding blitz to revive a non-native favorite – the rainbow trout – from 40 years of ravaging by whirling disease
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