Nature

The Nature Conservancy Conducts EAR Research on Long-Beaked Dolphins | News, Sports, Jobs

Long-beaked dolphins rest during the day so they have the energy to hunt effectively at night, researchers say. Human interactions can disrupt resting dolphins, impact nursing mothers, or interrupt mating behavior, which could lead to population size reduction. To better understand how wildlife and humans use the protected bays, underwater …

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Which binoculars are the best? – WKBN.com

How to choose binoculars Nowadays, smartphones have replaced cameras as the most popular and commonly used everyday imaging devices. But for many hobbyists, binoculars – proven devices with centuries of history – simply cannot be replaced. Despite technological changes, binoculars remain a popular device for many outdoor activities, from stargazing …

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The new UP Eastern Nature Reserve spans 582 acres, 3 lakes

DETOUR, MICH. – A spectacular property in the eastern part of the Upper Peninsula is now a public nature reserve. The new Elise M. Kummer Nature Reserve covers 582 acres in DeTour, near Lake Huron and the St. Mary’s River. Although it does not have dedicated hiking trails, it does …

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Nature’s Bounty® Brings Personalized Nutrition to Retailers Nationwide with New Range of Selected Combinations

Nature’s Bounty® Curated Combinations consists of four products that take the guesswork out of buying vitamins and target areas of health that are of concern to many people. Each pack contains 3-4 tablets and costs less than $ 1 per day for a 30 day supply. This line includes: Daily …

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Parsons named executive director of Joe Ford Nature Center |

The Joe Ford Nature Center has a new Executive Director – Jessie Parsons. Parsons graduated from Owensboro High School, then Western Kentucky University, where she received a BA in Psychology in 2015. After college, she worked for the OASIS Women’s Shelter and volunteered for New Beginnings, a non-profit organization specializing …

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Nature column: Get out and discover our world | Don’t miss it

For eons, poets have written about the beauty of nature. For years, I have encouraged you to get out and enjoy nature. Today? Now is the time to act. Choose a way to connect or connect with nature now. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s how to be …

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Loveland’s Old St. Louis Natural Area reopens – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Residents can enjoy additional access to the Big Thompson River, better views of a heron colony, and an extended trail loop with the completion of a project in Old. Saint-Louis Natural Area. According to a city press release, the City of Loveland reopened the property this week following “significant” stormwater …

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nature reserve brings creatures to local communities | Local News

As people slowly back up when they pass a skunk, the Strawberry Hill Animal Ambassador program encouraged young people to take a close look at a named Ollie at the East Berlin Community Park on Thursday. The Fairfield-based environmental education center uses its Animal Ambassador program to encourage the public …

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Pizza, compost and nature / art combo

Wood-fired pizza is coming to Evergreen Evergreen has a new pizzeria, although it will soon be much more than that. Campfire Evergreen in the old Da Kind Soups building on Meadow Drive serves food cooked with, as owner Jared Leonard says, real fire. Currently the restaurant serves pizzas on its …

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Charleston County’s new nature program advocates for biodiversity and conservation efforts

CHARLESTON COUNTY, South Carolina (WCBD) – The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission is launching an ongoing program that allows guests to show off their natural finds. CCPRC’s Rely on Nature program allows participants to be guided through a tour of the natural environments of various county parks. Guests will …

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