Nature

Concerned? Not the nature of Brooks Koepka as he contemplates third Wanamaker Trophy in four years at PGA Championship

KIAWAH ISLAND, SC – Standing off the 12th hole tee on The Ocean Course on Kiawah Island in the third round of the 103rd PGA Championship on Saturday, Brooks Koepka was five strokes behind leader Phil Mickelson. Do you think Koepka was worried? Yeah, that would be a definite no. …

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UH to lead NASA Space Telescope study of the nature of dying stars

Debris from an exploded star known as Kepler’s supernova remnants (Photo credit: NASA) How do stars die, explode, and release heavy elements into the universe? These questions are the subject of an international team of scientists led by the University of Hawaii Institute of Astronomy (If a) Postdoctoral Research Fellow …

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Australian winemakers are caught between nature and China

It has been a year since I dedicated an article to Australia, which is odd as it is the country that sends more wine to the UK than any other. Adelaide to Southampton and Bristol are the main shipping routes, Flexitank (a collapsible bag for liquid cargo) the dominant shipping …

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Nature is in severe decline. Together we can save it

NRDC #ForNature The slogan for this year’s Biodiversity Day is “We are part of the solution”. That’s a fitting slogan because the kind of transformative change needed to secure the natural life support systems we depend on will change all of our lives. The scale and scope of the biodiversity …

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Gateway to nature: migratory birds and climate change

The male bluebird on top of the box gives moral support to the female (below, peeking out of the box), who does all of the nest building. Photo by Roy Lukes. Our winter climate last year was drier and a bit milder than normal, but that was not the case …

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Natural England to Get 47% Funding Increase Under ‘Green Recovery’ Plans | Natural england

Natural England, the government’s conservation watchdog, is set to receive a 47% increase in government funding this year as its role expands to support a ‘green recovery’ and provide an environmental review of ‘Project Speed’ controversial government. The dramatic increase in funding is a boost for the protection and monitoring …

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Nature Conservancy of Canada calls on residents to participate in No Mow May

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is asking residents to wait the rest of the month before pulling out the lawn mower to help biodiversity in its cleverly titled “No Mow May” campaign. The aim of the campaign is to get the message across about the potential role people can …

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Curious Nature: Prime Colorado Canine

Colorado is residence to a number of species of canines. Foxes, coyotes, and wolves are all a part of the canine or canine household. Coyotes and foxes are Colorado’s commonest resident canine, whereas grey wolves have been sighted sometimes within the northern a part of the state, probably after wandering …

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The Nice Lakes BioBlitz permits youngsters to get outdoors, listening to nature

However the thought of ​​bringing the children again outdoors was promising: The Nice Lakes BioBlitz invited academics, college students, households, and anybody else inquisitive about environmental consciousness to return out and discover as a lot nature as potential round their houses. Socially distanced, after all. The BioBlitz has despatched citizen …

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King Newt crowns glory as 20-foot-tall sculpture set in nature reserve

Steel artist Luke Perry, subsequent to the large crested newt he made and put in within the Fens Pool nature reserve The yellow and inexperienced newt sculpture, by Black Nation artist Luke Perry, now stands proudly within the Fens Pool Nature Reserve in Pensnett, Brierley Hill, Dudley. The undertaking was …

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