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Early Thursday morning, this group of cats was sleeping at home in Taiwan when their peaceful slumber was suddenly interrupted. That was the moment a sizable 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck. But, as you’ll soon see, they played it surprisingly cool. Facebook/小跑貓嗚嗚 The cats live with their owner Pei-Yu Kuo in an apartment in New Taipei City. Kuo has a
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White-breasted Nuthatch. Photo: Jocelyn Anderson/Great Backyard Bird Count Over the last 4 years, Audubon’s Climate Watch program has been helping strengthen our understanding of how birds are currently responding to climate change. To do so, Climate Watch integrates climate projections from Audubon’s Birds and Climate Change report with community scientists’ local knowledge of where the
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When President Donald Trump in 2017 shrank Bears Ears National Monument by about 85 percent, tribal leaders, conservationists, and outdoor recreationists were aghast. The redrawn boundaries cleared the way for oil and gas drilling on once-protected land, they warned, and left out gravesites, artifacts, and other cultural resources held sacred by local tribes.  Now those
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) While it’s always a wonderful treat to have fresh fruits and veggies available, it’s important to note that gardens and gardening can be a veritable hazard for those who own dogs. Chemicals, sharp tools, and even plants, themselves, can can quickly cause an emergency for dogs. The last thing you want
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Over a long weekend in July, more than 600 college students, conservation leaders, chapter members, scientists, and birders from throughout the hemisphere gathered in Milwaukee for Audubon’s biennial convention. Designed to bring together the organization’s robust network of volunteers and staff, the 2019 Audubon Convention, themed “Audubon for Everyone,” was a four-day event designed to foster
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Western Meadowlark. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon DALLAS — Today, the IPCC released “Climate Change and Land,” a special report highlighting the connection between land use and climate change. The report calls for major changes in food production practices in order to reduce carbon emissions, increase the carbon sequestration potential of the soil, and protect biodiversity of
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Johannesburg, South Africa – Just last night The Black Mambas won an incredible award at the African Resilience Summit held during the World Tourism Conference in Johannesburg today! The team of brave heroines were awarded the “Resilience Through Cultural Diversity Award” and the founder Craig Spencer won the “Change Maker in Tourism Award” proving that
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Ten percent of the human population has pet allergies, and cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies. If you’re one of those allergic individuals, you may be wondering if a cat allergy can actually kill you. Cat allergies, like any other allergy, can be mild, moderate, or severe. There
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