January, 2011

Too Risky? Man Lives with Lions to Raise Money

Jim Jablon runs the Wildlife Rehabilitation of Hernando in Florida, where he takes in abandoned animals from livestock to exotic primates and big cats.  Caring for these animals is an …

Blue-winged teal by David Heritsch

Gulf Coast Birds–And Ours–Doing Alright (for now)

On a recent chilly morning in southwestern Louisiana’s White Lake Wetland Conservation Area, Kim Trahan, a rice farmer who leases land in the state-owned area, surveyed the scene around him …

Mass Die Off of Birds and Fish in Arkansas

Something strange is going on in Arkansas.  On New Years Eve close to 5,000 dead birds dropped out of the skies over a square mile in a town called Beebe.  …

Examine the Ice and Then Turn it Into a Masterpiece!

Here’s an idea to get outside with your kids even in the chilly days of January: Make ice-paintings!

Tired of Arguing With Climate Change Skeptics? Describe the Company You Keep!

If you have ever become exhausted trying to convince a self-professed climate change “skeptic” that global warming is real, then you know how little the true science seems to matter …

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