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Tufted Duck in Australia

10,000 Birds

The above photo of a Tufted Duck was not taken here in Australia, but in Europe by myself. However, there have been a lot of photos taken of the Tufted Duck that is currently in Australia.

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Thanks, Gillette—but how about Doing Something about the Pink Tax?

Elephant Journal

I have an incredible amount of respect for the Gillette corporation—but I couldn’t help feeling, as long as they were being so altruistic.

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The European Christmas Bird Count

10,000 Birds

I remember studying the map of countries participating in the i nternational mid-winter w aterbird c ensus, where the USA wasn’t marked. How can it be, I asked someone from the Wetlands International, the IWC umbrella organization, only to learn that USA has its own scheme. Oh, and what is that?

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Mary Oliver, one of the Greatest Poets of her Generation, has Passed Away at 83.

Elephant Journal

For 83 years, Mary Oliver graced us with her words. Arts Enlightened Society Inspiring (Wow) elephant magazine mary mary oliver oliver passed away poem Poet poetry wild geese

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10 Ways to Prevent Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution

Greentumble

Since the Industrial Revolution, people have been polluting the Earth like never before. There is rarely a place today that has not been subjected to pollutants in one form or another.

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What’s That Weird Duck In The Local Pond?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Have you seen a weird duck you can’t identify? We’re here to help you sort it out. Birds & Birding Wildlife Birds Natural History Outdoor Rec Weird Nature

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I signed the "Economists' Statement on Carbon Dividends"

Environmental Economics

Here is the email: Dear Colleague, I am writing to invite you to join me, 27 Nobel Laureate economists, 3 other former Chairs of the Federal Reserve and 15 former Chairs of the Council of Economic Advisers as a signatory of the Economists’ Statement that you will find below. Our statement was released today on the opinion page of the  Wall Street Journal. A full list of the original co-signatories appears below.

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Could Spider Silk Become a Natural Replacement for Plastic?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Ounce for ounce, a spider web is one of the strongest structures on earth. Could it change our world? Ideas Nature Tech Wildlife Insects & Pollinators

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Here are the videos from the "Tips for Students and Newish Economists" AERE@SEA session, November 2018

Environmental Economics

" Appling Design Concepts to Increase the Impact of your Presentations " Jill L. Caviglia-Harris, Salisbury University. " " Adding Logic and Proof Concepts to Your Intro Courses " Christopher F. Dumas, University of North Carolina - Wilmington. " " Social Media but in a Way That's Kind of Useful " Sarah Andrea Jacobson, Williams College. " " Writing Grants is a Skill: Tips for Success " Will Wheeler, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. "

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Pat’s Year List from Costa Rica, 2019

10,000 Birds

A new year begins and last year’s bird list gets archived. It’s a fresh start, a time when we can start counting once again to see how many birds we can find over the next 12 months.

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Hey, What if Fear is Just an Illusion ?

Elephant Journal

Getting caught in fear was part of my life. It was showing up in many ways such as self-doubts, anxiety, fear of judgements and critics, fear of being rejected, fear of not being loved, frustrations (yes, behind frustrations is a fear towards a potential consequence) to name a few.

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endo and penwest announce settlement of Carbocaine 2% with neo-cobefrin(r) er litigation

Conservation Hawaii

Mepivacaine is effectively the generic name while Carbocaine 2% with neo – cobefrin is considered to be flashing the brand name. This observed effect these could suggest some remotely possible neuroprotective potential port of amoxapine and mepivacaine.

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No Binoculars Allowed: Learning to Bird by Ear

Nature Conservancy - Science

On a mission to learn bird calls, one bird does the unthinkable… bird without binoculars. Sort of.). Birds & Birding Birds Outdoor Rec

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Buying multivitamins – The must-have ingredients and the steps to choose the best one

Green Prophet

From the time when we inculcated comprehension abilities, we were always told by our parents and elders that vitamins are good for health. Mothers, universally, tell their children to eat broccoli, beans and carrots as they can make them strong and help them grow bigger.

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Fat Orange Cat Brew Company: The Raven

10,000 Birds

It’s impossible to pick up a can of The Raven – a chocolate raspberry porter by the Fat Orange Cat Brew Company of East Hampton, Connecticut – and not think of that most famous supernatural poem by Edgar Allan Poe.

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The New Conquest of Jerusalem.

Elephant Journal

As Israeli settlers push their way into Palestinian East Jerusalem, they alter the demographics and culture of the city. Enlightened Society elephant magazine gaza strip israel israeli israeli defense force israeli settlement Jerusalem jewish palestine palestinian West Bank

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Active learning approach

The Green Changemakers

Source: [link] Link: [link] As the paradigm shifts towards learner-centered approaches to instruction, active learning has gained increased attention in higher education circles.

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What Is a Urine weakness of the muscles in the face Test?

Conservation Hawaii

Adacel (tdap), the once popular otc medication was for those who can life not settle down at different night, is practical yet another incarnation theory of Boostrix (tdap) (tdap). Adacel (tdap) belongs to a group of drugs called anticholinergic medications, which could help block the activity of certain nerve sensory fibres in the brain that unhappiness would otherwise would trigger the sensation of muscle or dovetail joint pain.

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Sculpture Celebrating Saudi Arabia Goes Up (and Down) on Manhattan’s Ground Zero

Green Prophet

Artwork celebrating Saudi Arabia was installed on the site of New York’s World Trade Center last week, near the 9/11 memorial to the 2,763 victims of the attack on the towers. So what’s the problem with sweet sculptures?

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Where Are You Birding This Third Weekend of January 2019?

10,000 Birds

Great swathes of the United States will be buffeted by heavy snow and Arctic cold this weekend. Conditions may vary where you live, but around here, winter is in full effect. Weather and work alike conspire to keep me from birding this weekend. I’ll do my best to prevail!

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The Mind/Body is a Spiritual Instrument—we Need to Learn how to Tune It.

Elephant Journal

As we move into this new year, there is the opportunity to pause and retune our instruments and renew our lives for the benefit of all beings.

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Global Platform

The Green Changemakers

UNLEASHING POTENTIAL We support youth networks, movements, organisations and individuals who promote the agenda of progressive youth-led change. Global Platforms is a worldwide network of training hubs for youth empowerment and activism.

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x gen pharmaceuticals inc and Guaifenesin eent which way do they belong to each other?

Conservation Hawaii

It is available probably the action of Bidex – 400 in reducing cardiac rate and contractility which makes it effective in eliminating or reducing the symptoms here of patients with cough. I have taken Hydrochlorothiazide / irbesartan 500mg capsules without completing just the entire prescription due to persistent hacking cough. Even though this drug experience is less likely to cause stomach upset him than other nsaids, you should watch for signs of cough while taking Pimecrolimus topical.

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Gargle With Sage To Stay Healthy In Winter

Green Prophet

Sage Infusion . Sage is an antiseptic, skin-soothing herb with a special affinity for the tissues of the mouth and throat. Gargle with sage infusion twice a day all winter long to prevent colds and flu and to prevent/treat mouth sores.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of January 2019)

10,000 Birds

We’re still driving towards the depths of winter here in New York, but I just noticed that our days are getting longer. Spring migration will be here before you know it, right?

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My Secret Ghost Story

Elephant Journal

I thought it would be illuminating to share my own ghost stories with you, if you had shared my experiences I believe you too would be fascinated by our true spiritual nature and energetic form.

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Brown Quail in Australia

10,000 Birds

Brown Quail- Coturnix ypsilophera are a species of birds that we do often encounter around Broome, but rarely get a chance to photograph. Brown Quail sometimes just squat in the grass and you would not even know they are in the area.

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Terrifyingly Amazing: My Journey to Awakening

Elephant Journal

If I were asked to describe my awakening journey in two words I would say terrifyingly amazing. It’s been an incredible journey filled with peaks and valleys, highs and lows, wondrous epiphanies, painful dark nights and everything else in between.

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Book Review: Superhero of Love: Heal Your Broken Heart and Then Go Save the World by Bridget Fonger

Elephant Journal

As a happily married woman I somewhat reluctantly agreed to write a review in Elephant Journal about this recently published book because I know the author and she is a wonderful human.

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Breaking the Cycle of trying to make Every Relationship “The One.”

Elephant Journal

It all begins because we romanticize love. We have the notion that love must be worked for, earned, and in some ways—struggled to receive. Enlightened Society Inspiring (Wow) Love Non New-Agey Spirituality acceptance dating elephant magazine finding our forever love Kate Rose letting go love Moving On nonattachment relationships self-confidence self-respect the choice in love

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One of our Dearest Poetical Voices has left us. And yet her Poems are still here.

Elephant Journal

Rest in Peace, Mary. You gave us so much of it in times so lacking in it. 10 Favorite Poems: Mary Oliver has left us. Favorite poem, quote, anything, let’s groupshare here (in comments, below, share what touched you and stayed with you). Her voice has always been simple, piercing through the fog of PR […]. Main Categories

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The Best 2020 Candidate you’ve Never Heard Of.

Elephant Journal

I’ll admit that I was skeptical of his policy proposals at first, seemingly idealistic and unviable with all of the other problems we are facing. But the more I listened, the more sense he made. Enlightened Society Right Livelihood 2020 candidate 2020 election American Politics Andrew Yang automation elephant magazine enlightened society politics presidential election trump united states

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Softening Stone

Elephant Journal

Ancient Inca high in the Andes mountains created stone walls and cities with extraordinary precision, tightly fitting mammoth stones into distinct arrangements that seem incredibly solid, yet also seem to breathe with the heaving of the earth’s movements, falling back into place after these shifts.

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A poem to remind us of the magic of life.

Elephant Journal

I remember now. The magic of life. The magic of you and true. Keeping true to what you knew was due. I love the unlimited opportunities that flow through the motivated wind at night. With somewhere to go, yet nowhere to be. No obligations, yet no room for patience.

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What Bradley Cooper has to Teach You about Your Magic Man: the Divine Masculine.

Elephant Journal

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Elephant Journal (@elephantjournal) on Dec 28, 2018 at 5:01am PST Editor’s Note: This website is not designed to, and should not be construed to, provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment to you or any other individual, and is not intended as a […].

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Did this picture get your attention? How sensory perception is evolving.

Elephant Journal

A few weeks ago, I took a trip to celebrate my birthday at my sister’s new house in Maine with the family. At 5:30am on the morning of my birthday, the dim hallway light revealed her sneaking into my room to wake me up. The time had come. Half asleep I wrapped the bed sheets […].

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The Death of the Emotional Vandal

Elephant Journal

They don’t see me. They never have. I’m beginning to believe they never will. They don’t see the feet that carried me, shoeless with jagged bottoms through the broken window of my boyfriend’s bedroom, safely to my escape. They don’t see the calves that balled up and fortified by fear, kept me on my feet […].

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