Month: December 2018

Today was another one of those fantastic winter days we are lucky enough to have in Oslo. Temperatures down to -9C, blue skies, no wind and with a lack of moisture in the air it never felt bitterly cold. My attempts at birding were moderately successful. Maridalen didn’t provide too much of interest with no
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A family has been searching for their beloved cats since the devastating wildfire destroyed their home in Paradise, California. They refused to give up looking. Candice Baker Their son, Tyson (4 1/2), really missed his best friends – Optimus (black) and Bumblebee (tabby). Even though he knew they had lost his dad’s home, he gave
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Whilst in Tanoumah I found a lizard that looks like Pale Agama Trapelus pallidus hassion a large roadside boulder and another on a dry-stone wall in the Tanoumah area. The species is normally found in rocky areas and open plains, preferring vegetation areas. This lizard has a medium-sized body up to15 cm in length, with
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Hey there, reader. Why yes, this is another one of those obligatory end-of-year roundups where we highlight popular stories we published this year. What’s that, you say? You are an obsessive reader of Audubon magazine and Audubon.org and surely did not miss a single story we produced? Well then, first, thank you! But aren’t you curious what stories were
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Dogs are quite amazing creatures. For hundreds of years they have been with us herding, flocking, defending the homestead and providing abundance of love and fellowship. Apart from these things, these furry pals also take active part in the battlefield which makes them the war heroes. The remarkable aspect is that they have done this
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American White Pelican. Photo: Jim Chagares/Audubon Photography Awards This year, we faced another year of extraordinary drought and policy challenges. Nevertheless, this was a tremendous year for Audubon’s Western Water work. Together, with your support, we engaged the Colorado River Basin community in a Western Rivers Bird Count and worked with conservation NGOs, government agencies,
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, We wish for all beings on this beautiful earth A life of safety, love, joy and mirth. Attitudes abounding with tolerance. So all get a first or perhaps Second chance. This swirling eden that we call home. A gift from the heavens, God’s painting and poem. Karen Lyons Kalmenson I am older than dirt
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