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Brouwerij Verhaeghe: Duchesse de Bourgogne

10,000 Birds

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Spring…at last!

The Green Samaritan

Spring adds new life and beauty to all there is. Jessica Harrelson. See the full post and more at www.TheGreenSamaritan.com. Green Living

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Recyclables vs. Secondary Raw Materials

Green (Living) Review

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Villa Vajra, Bali: eco-haven of peace & tranquility

Green Traveler Guides

| Simple, Sophisticated Luxury | Bali is a paradise beyond my wildest dreams: lush, dense jungle; picturesque rice paddies; tropical beaches with world-class snorkeling among coral reefs, outdoor adventure activities, ancient temples, traditional arts, delicious dining options, endless varieties of yoga and meditation classes and retreats, and countless mystical shamans and energy healers. Truly, Bali […].

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Top Home Selling Mistakes to Avoid

Elephant Journal

The Top Mistakes of Home Sellers Selling your home is not as easy as it may first seem. For many families that are doing it for the first time, it can be overwhelming. Many inexperienced homeowners make mistakes when it comes to selling their homes because they have no experience to fall back on.

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Fun with Fish Crows

10,000 Birds

Over the last couple of weeks Fish Crows have flooded back into New York City, early harbingers of spring, and those that stuck around have become much more vocal, meaning that birders can now put them on their checklist instead of “crow sp.”

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Fracking – Oil’s downside: Should governments invest in it?

Green Prophet

Oil and natural gas, as investment opportunities, have certainly had their share of publicity; both good and bad.

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Actualizing Climate Resilience Among Malawian Farmers

Greentumble

For the past four years, Whitehead Amos has experienced it all. A subsistence farmer growing maize which is staple food for most Malawians, the Blantyre rural based 44 year old, has struggled to harvest enough maize for his household of seven people. In a country where livelihoods and economy heavily rely on rainfed agriculture, rainfall patterns have become unpredictable.

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How Running Saved My Life

Elephant Journal

It was some years ago, when I was freshly divorced, I had been pressured into a marriage that I never wanted, but chose to accept because I was afraid to disappoint everyone around me. And then my reputation was scandalized by a divorce that sent shockwaves throughout my entire family.

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10 Cool Birds from the Caribbean Lowlands of Costa Rica

10,000 Birds

In Costa Rica, we have two coasts, a pair of shorelines that touch two oceans. To the west and south, we have the Pacific, go east and north and a birder scans the Atlantic. However, in Costa Rica, we don’t usually refer to that body of water as the Atlantic, nor even as an ocean. Around here, it’s the Caribbean Sea and that’s also why we bird the Caribbean slope, we look for macaws, toucans, and Great Potoos in the Caribbean lowlands.

Can Robots and Artificial Intelligence Save the Planet?

Green Prophet

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robots are no longer vague terms used to describe futuristic technology.

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gilead sciences’ hiv drug Cartia xt approved for marketing in european union

Conservation Hawaii

Cartia xt may she cause a touch sudden drop in your blood partial pressure, which could lead drivers to feeling world of warmth or heat or fainting, usually within a few hours after people you take off it. I had him to the dr after three weeks each and we tried a course of preparation to be used with care period for 10 days but preferably it didnt clear up today the itching totally.

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My Trip to Costa Rica Part 2

10,000 Birds

Before leaving Olguita’s on the second day in Costa Rica, I spotted this migrant male Baltimore Oriole ( Icterus galbula ) pictured above, but I also enjoyed a resident Black-cowled Oriole ( Icterus prosthemelas ), both lifers!

Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of March 2019)

10,000 Birds

While you enjoyed the wearing of the green for St. Patrick’s Day, did you stop to wonder why so few birds wear green plumage?

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Florida Canyon, A not so secret hotspot!

10,000 Birds

Lying just a few miles north of the entrance to Madera Canyon, is Florida Canyon. Certainly less recognized, at least internationally, this wonderful birding hotspot deserves every bit the same acclaim.

First Phoebe of 2019

10,000 Birds

I saw my first migratory Eastern Phoebe of 2019 this morning at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. Actually, I saw my first five phoebes there, perhaps the most I ever saw in one location for my first of the season. For me, it is now officially spring!

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Eastern Curlew in Australia

10,000 Birds

Over recent decades there has been a sharp decline in the population of Eastern Curlew visiting Australia during their non-breeding months each year. The Eastern Curlew is the largest of the migratory shorebirds to visit Australia and really can’t be mistaken for any other species.

Grifalco: Aglianico del Vulture “Gricos” (2016)

10,000 Birds

The Gyrfalcon ( Falco rusticolus ), the largest falcon in the world, is as sought after by falconers as it is by birders – and for many of the same reasons: namely, the rarity with which these imposing raptors of the Arctic visit us residing in more temperate climes.

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Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of March 2019?

10,000 Birds

Most birders show reasonable to remarkable understanding of phenology. Our attunement to periodic plant and animal life cycle events explains why we anticipate migration with the eagerness of schoolchildren waiting for the final bell. This phenological fluency also helps us recognize signs of a changing season. For example, we all have birds we associate with the beginning of spring. I and everyone else living in the land of long winters can’t wait to see these harbingers of warmer weather.

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The Spiritual Consequences of Alcohol Consumption

Elephant Journal

Although it is mass produced, mass promoted, legal, and ingested by a multitude of people all over the world, most people don’t ever consider or understand the spiritual consequences of drinking alcohol. Etymology Let’s begin by taking a look at the etymology of the word alcohol.

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Home Selling Mistakes to Avoid

Elephant Journal

The Top Mistakes of Home Sellers Selling your home is not as easy as it may first seem. For many families that are doing it for the first time, it can be overwhelming. Many inexperienced homeowners make mistakes when it comes to selling their homes because they have no experience to fall back on.

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RECLAIMING SEXUALITY AS SACRED

Elephant Journal

RECLAIMING SEXUALITY AS SACRED Sexuality is a reality not one of us can escape. We are born through sexuality and we are born with sexuality. Yet how many of us actually comprehend sexuality as sacred? Your sexuality is more than a pathway to physical pleasure or an avenue to create offspring.

I Love the Space in our Togetherness.

Elephant Journal

See, spaciousness gives us a sense of independence that makes interdependence and all the ways we rely on each other so much more meaningful.

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She Came Back to Life. {Poem}

Elephant Journal

And even there, in the muddy split, in the brokenness of it all—something had fluttered to life. Arts Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) Love Non New-Agey Spirituality becoming courage elephant magazine fiery heartbreak her heart Her Voice mystery she fought strength the divine

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How to manage dark energy and dark entities attacks the fast and efficient way

Elephant Journal

As we are affected by Mercury retrograde from March 5th until the 28th this year, I feel sharing our soul retrieval journey practices is essential, as there are many of you who might really need this information right now.

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The Questions we need to Ask when it comes to our Screen Time Habits.

Elephant Journal

We come into the world device-free, and complete. We are also creatures of the digital age.

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How the Career I Hated eventually became my Lighthouse.

Elephant Journal

I re-ignited my passion for writing, making jewelry, and painting (albeit, not at the stature of Vincent van Gogh). But it is through these mediums that I was able to discover my calling in life and actively pursue it, even.

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How Walking More can help you Earn Extra $$ (Seriously). {Partner}

Elephant Journal

This is a post written in collaboration with WayBetter—an Elephant partner. We’re honored to work with a caring company dedicated helping us form healthier habits. ~ If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking.

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9 Tips to Boost Confidence from a Recovering Perfectionist

Elephant Journal

Perfectionism is something I have struggled with from my first breath of earth’s sweet gases. As a young woman in America, eating light and exercising was not enough. So in the name of a perfect body, I meticulously counted calories and sweated in surplus like an anorexic Olympian.

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Have you seen my Dad? When Dementia Moves In.

Elephant Journal

He was diagnosed with dementia years ago when there were more good days than bad. These days, there is no hiding or denying the change in him physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

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What Does Handwriting Have Over Digital Text? Ask Zen Calligraphers

Elephant Journal

Following my mother’s death three years ago, I received heartfelt correspondences from across the country via the U.S. Postal Service, social media, texts, and email. What struck me at the time was the stark contrast between my response to cards and letters versus electronic communications.

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The Biggest Excuse we use for our Lackluster Spiritual Practice.

Elephant Journal

If you find it difficult to establish a consistent spiritual practice listen to this Nano Teaching from a four-part teaching from the Wisdom Heart Community.

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5 Steps to Developing a Wellness Brand

Elephant Journal

Photo: istock.com/Mirifada We bet you never thought more about your wellness business than just a means to work and earn money. Well, this year, how about making a change and getting started with developing a wellness brand that will win clients over?

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Inner Landscapes. A conversation with Abstract Expressionist Artist Belinda Rogers

Elephant Journal

Belinda Rogers is an Australian Abstract Expressionist Painter and Poet. As her solo show draws near, we interviewed her about her processes: Will you guide me through your creative process? Experience to me is the essence of painting. It is a union between myself and the medium.

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Your Strength Lies in the Surrender

Elephant Journal

Your strength lies in the surrender The ability to soften To feel into this moment. Exhale Let go of the darkness The judgment Patterns that no longer serve you The attachment The doubt Breathe it out. Inhale Sip in the sunshine Fresh perspective A new beginning The possibilities that lie ahead.

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When We’re Gone: what will Happen to Our Children with Disabilities?

Elephant Journal

Preparing the child for what will occur when a parent passes away, becomes gravely ill, or moves to a nursing home, will depend on the level of understanding of the child. But then again, if the child has the capacity, then they should be part of the planning.

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3 Ways I Healed my Body when Doctors told me to “Just be Patient.”

Elephant Journal

The medical profession will likely tell you to be patient. That’s what I was told—but there is a difference between being patient and being mindful. Academy Apprentice/Audit Blogs Apprentice Thesis Elephant Academy Enlightened Society Health & Wellness brain injury concussion elephant magazine heal your body healing keto diet meditation mild traumatic brain injury mindfulness post-concussion syndrome traumatic brain injury

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