ASPCA, Return to Freedom and HSUS cow-towed to the livestock grazing industry by concurring with lies and joining a plan to sell out America’s wild horses & burros — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Mares and foal in Onaqui Mountains in Utah (photo: Carol Walker) by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation In my humble opinion: The ASPCA, Return to Freedom, HSUS, Humane Society Legislative Fund, and the little known American Mustang Foundation (formed by lobbyists in 2016) are signatories on a […]

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Burrowing Owl And Western Screech Owl — Cousins Yet Very Different — Sonoran Images

You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. It occurred that it might be worthwhile to talk a bit about the similarities and differences between Western Screech Owls and their cousins, Burrowing Owls. Let’s start with the similarities. These little owls are about the same body […]

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The Great Yellow in peril — Scottish pollinators

Of all the bumblebees in Scotland – and at the last count there were around 22 species – the Great Yellow is the one that gives greatest cause for concern. One hundred years ago the Great Yellow Bumblebee was found in many places across Britain, today it is confined to Scotland. Even then it is […]

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Orkney options for pollinators — Scottish pollinators

Providing for pollinators is a nationwide drive as far as Scotland is concerned. From the Scottish Borders, to the Northern and Western Isles, there are plenty of projects underway to help our hard-pressed pollinators. Take Orkney for example. Orkney Islands Council is working in partnership with the Orkney Alcohol Counselling and Advisory Service (OACAS) and […]

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Alligator Blocks Runway at Florida Air Force Base — TIME

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(TAMPA, Fla.) — Staff at a U.S. Air Force base in Florida had to bring in a front-end loader to remove an alligator that was lounging on a runway. The Tampa Bay Times reports that the large reptile was spotted Tuesday morning on a MacDill Air Force Base flight line. The base shared a photo…

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California May Get 2 Months’ Worth of Rain From Series of ‘Atmospheric Rivers’ — KTLA

California is on track to get more rain in a week than it sees in two months, all from unseasonal storm systems rolling through. The National Weather Service’s San Francisco office said that through May 22 the state is expected to get 150-200% of its normal monthly rainfall. It’s all thanks to a series of…

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I.M. Pei, Architect Who Designed Louvre Pyramid, Dies at 102 — KTLA

Architect I.M. Pei smiles for a photo after being honored with an Ellis Island Family Heritage Award at the Ellis Island Museum in New York City on April 21, 2004. (Credit: Paul Hawthorne / Getty Images) I.M. Pei (PAY), the versatile, globe-trotting architect who revived the Louvre with a giant glass pyramid and captured the…

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it could be — a north east ohio garden

there should be daylily pictures. instead there are pictures of un-daffs and other spring events. pictures of the un-daffs jumped and dumped into the compost pile. creeping phlox, fresh growth on the rose, dandelions, little bees, and columbine. could it be that i am a guest on the mothership talking to cats. and this imposter […]

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