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Prothonotary warbler has plenty of reasons to sing: spring, Earth Day and a friend to the environment
A bright yellow prothonotary warbler was singing its heart out in First Landing State Park last week and June McDaniels caught it in mid-act. “'Hear me sing,’” McDaniels thought she heard the warbler ... read more
How stress of city life has made birds change their tune: Study examines how living in urban areas has had a dramatic effect on wildlife
This is because they have to cope with traffic noise, Simon Watt told the Cheltenham Science Festival. ‘In general we can say that birds in cities have a couple of things in common,’ he said. ‘They ... read more
Return of the Achenbro
The events of that day and ... by Kevin's friend Bill in Alaska. Bill had also shot an elk, and there was a rumor he was going to add elk to the beans. "Elk beans," they call that. Never once, despite ... read more
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Give the Birds Your Buffalove!
If you’ve spent any time along Buffalo’s waterfront, you’re likely to have had some company of the avian variety. Birds love Buffalo as much as we do. Hundreds of species, from gulls to warblers to .. ... read more
An ongoing problem this year for foxes seems to be mange, said Meghan Conti, a supervisor with Virginia Beach Animal Control. This year it appears that mange is particularly prevalent among red foxes ... read more
TELL QUEERTY: Have You Changed Your Mind About the National Equality March?
We keep hearing similar things from readers: Those who were against it are now for it, while plenty ... Has your position changed? (Read these carefully so you select the correct option. About by ... read more
Genetics Study: Will IVF Babies Face Health Problems Later in Life?
While the technique has become commonplace for would-be parents struggling with fertility problems, doctors note that the long-term effects of the procedure still aren’t certain. Now, some scientists ... read more
Animal rights activists end 15-year campaign of intimidation to close Huntingdon laboratory
The UK environment for the use of animals in biomedical research has improved greatly in recent years, and this is the result of action taken by law enforcement agencies to control animal rights ... read more
Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including Japanese War Brides Musical Tea, With Music
A musical about World War II war brides, Tea, With Music, for which the author, Velina Hasu Houston, has added songs and music for this production, is our Pick of the Week. For all new theater reviews ... read more
Why Keith Ellison and Jeremy Corbyn Think We Should Cap CEO Pay
Allow them to bask in civic pride. But take their money. They have plenty.” — Hamilton Nolan, arguing in Gawker that all income above $5 million a year be taxed at 99 percent I get why we'd want to ... read more
What Does a President Do?
A simple and deceptively tricky question: What does a president do? If you had to put together the Help Wanted ... The country is currently trying to fill the position. We have three applicants still ... read more
1.5 Million Years Ago, Homo Erectus Walked a Lot Like Us
The ancestors to modern humans really hit their stride 1.5 million years ago. Fossilized footprints found in Kenya were made by hominids that share a common foot anatomy and walking stride with modern ... read more