Nature

Ethna Viney’s last column after 33 years

Eye on Nature This week is Ethna Viney’s latest column for The Irish Times. She is retiring today after a long career in journalism. Ethna has been writing Eye on Nature since 1988, making it one of The Irish Times’ oldest columns. (Her husband Michael’s Another life is one of …

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Nightwish announces the replacement of Marco Hietala for ‘Human. : Ii: Nature. ‘ World Tour

NIGHTWISH tapped Jukka Koskinen (WINTER SUN) as session bassist for the band’s upcoming world tour in support of the “Human .: II: Nature”. album. Koskinen joined NIGHTWISH replacing Marco hietala, who announced his departure from NIGHTWISH in January, explaining in a press release that he had not “been able to …

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‘Ridiculous’ to say COVID was natural

A member of the State Department team whose investigation into the origins of the coronavirus was halted by the Biden administration claimed on Thursday that it was “kind of ridiculous” to believe the virus naturally passed from animals to humans. “We have found that despite the claims of our scientific …

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China wants to achieve harmony between man and nature

Qimin Yaoshu, a sixth-century encyclopedia on agriculture, advises, “Act according to the seasons and the land. You will earn more for less.” And this classic quote still influences modernity China, which is undergoing a green transformation in social and economic development. Quoting the old quote, Chinese President Xi Jinping said …

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U.S. Oil and Gas Companies Prepare for 2021 Hurricane Season -API

A sign is seen flipped over by Hurricane Laura as traffic moves bumper-to-bumper along I-10 West as residents evacuate before Hurricane Delta arrives in Vinton, Louisiana , USA, October 8, 2020. REUTERS / Adrees Latif U.S. oil and gas companies are bracing for this year’s forecast of an above-average Atlantic …

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Colorado Traditions Could Be Different This Summer: “The Nature of Camping Has Changed” | Premium

Last summer, Jed Botsford was camping in a lesser-known canyon in Colorado’s less-explored San Luis Valley, when he was surprised to see a group entering to join him. They were from Denver. Wow, thought Botsford, a resident of Bayfield, about two hours away. “Isn’t that a five hour drive from …

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JOHN NEWBY: Critical nature of community leaders | Unionized

Being business-friendly is essential to the growth of a community. Communities that make it harder for start-ups or new businesses to be found are simply being left behind in today’s world. These entrepreneurs will simply migrate to the next town which happens to be more business-friendly and open their business …

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Wild turtles belong to nature, not as pets

Want a pet turtle? Don’t pull one out of its natural habitat, say Vermont Fish and Wildlife officials. Taking a turtle out of the wild, even if only for a short time, can harm both the turtle and the population of its species, said Vermont Fish and Wildlife herpetologist Luke …

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“The Nature of Camping Has Changed:” Colorado Traditions May Be Different This Summer | Way of life

Last summer, Jed Botsford was camping in a lesser-known canyon in Colorado’s less-explored San Luis Valley, when he was surprised to see a group entering to join him. They were from Denver. Wow, thought Botsford, a resident of Bayfield, about two hours away. “Isn’t that a five hour drive from …

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Discover Nature: Missouri Wrens | KRCU

Experience nature this week with the Missouri wrens. Wrens are among the smallest songbirds, but they make their presence known in a big way. They are loud and persistent singers. Birds use song, in part, to announce their breeding grounds. Housewives aggressively defend their territories, often hunting much larger birds …

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