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February Birds from Costa Rica

10,000 Birds

Growing up in western New York, February was one of the more tedious of winter months. It might be the shortest month but the continuing cold, snow, and dreary weather made it seem like one of the longest.

Late winter gardening tasks

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Spring is just around the corner here in the UK Mid February 2020 and the way the flowers and trees are slowly – and some quite a bit earlier than usual – are beginning to come to life it is not going to be far off.

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Reducing the Speed Limit Won’t Make Roads Safer for Wildlife

Nature Conservancy - Science

Not so fast: reducing speed limits may seem an easy way to reduce wildlife road deaths, but research suggests otherwise. Wildlife Deer TNC Science Urban Conservation

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Aviation needs a moonshot: Geoffrey Lipman on greening emissions globally

Green Prophet

The high environmental footprint of air travel is something that most people are by now well aware of.

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Post Apocalyptic Steampunk Birding

10,000 Birds

Set in an abandoned oil refinery where wildlife is slowly regaining control save for the desperate attempts of golfers to retain all eighteen holes, industrial ghosts loom over rolling freshwater lakes bordered by fifty foot tall trees.

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Kindness

The Green Samaritan

As with every snowflake, a kind word or act towards another is as unique and can brighten and beautify any situation. See the full post and more at www.TheGreenSamaritan.com. Green Living

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Camera Trap Chronicles: Cool Critters of New Hampshire

Nature Conservancy - Science

Otters feasting on fish, caterwauling bobcats and more images from the Hancock Wildlife Cam in New Hampshire. From the Field Wildlife Camera Traps Conservation Science

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Birding with Baby

10,000 Birds

Over a month had gone by since the birth of my first child. When you don’t know anything about babies, the initial 30 days are a crash course in hormones and learning how to take care of a newborn – feeding, diapering, and so much more.

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Making the air you breathe purer

Eco Friendly Daily

We’re all now aware of the fact that air pollution can affect our health. We’re constantly seeing never ending headlines warning us on how the planet is changing because of the increasing amount of pollution and carbon dioxide emissions, which brings multiple health problems along with it.

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Another post about owls

10,000 Birds

Strange as it may seem, this is not an entry into a “most boring blog headline” contest. Rather, it is derived from an obscure song by a British band (Marc Riley and the Creepers) titled “Another song about motorbikes”.

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My Mexican Birdbath

10,000 Birds

My area of central Mexico has a true monsoon climate. That means that we have little or no rain through the winter months, and almost daily rain during the warm months of June through September, with May and October being transitional months.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of February 2020)

10,000 Birds

Some weekends last longer than others. Whether you enjoyed the extra day the United States sets apart to honor former Presidents or spent your day at work in a country predisposed to honor its current leader, you can decide what period best described your weekend.

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Brush Bronzewing

10,000 Birds

Brush Bronzewing – Phaps elegans are one of the bird species that we rarely encounter, because we are rarely in the right location in Australia. During our recent visit to South Gippsland in Victoria we had one encounter. They are similar to the Common Bronzewi ng , but they are a larger bird.

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Where Are You Birding This Fourth Weekend of February 2020?

10,000 Birds

As one season begins to shade ever so slightly–or perhaps heavily, depending on your latitude–new birding opportunities open up. If you focus on first of year (FOY) birds, February always has something fresh and fun to offer.

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Z. Alexander Brown: Uncaged – Pinot Noir (2017)

10,000 Birds

This week’s featured wine at Birds and Booze isn’t our first pinot noir , nor is it our first Barn Owl (in fact, this marks the third appearance of this species on a bottle here).

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Can CBD Gummies Really Help You Sleep? Research Says Yes

Green Prophet

We all know that cannabis products like CBD oil, readily available, may be a greener way to mitigate pain and health problems. But what dosage when? There is a lot of misinformation associated with CBD and its associated products.

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Zakat is how Muslims pay it forward

Green Prophet

Zakat is a form of alms-giving treated in Islam as a religious obligation or tax, which, by Quranic ranking, is next after prayer in importance. As one of the Five Pillars of Islam, zakat is a religious duty for all Muslims who meet the necessary criteria of wealth.

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When Does Collecting Customer Data Become Intrusive?

Green Prophet

Is your personal data being sold on the darkweb? In some western east countries, even environmental activists are persecuted. Know your rights and what tools can stop identity theft or incrimination.

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Equinom, seed breeder raises stakes for non-GMO agtech investment

Green Prophet

This is a seed vault in Norway. A startup from Israel just got a $10 investment to build a seed breeding tech that amplifies nature’s way without genetic modification.

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Why the renewable industry needs to invest in graphite, and turn to local sources

Green Prophet

What makes an electric car run? It’s much much more than a charismatic CEO. Sure we need lithium in the batteries, but a less known fact is that graphite is a plain, but key resource needed in electric car batteries. .

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Why someone I love does not get a medical cannabis prescription in Israel

Green Prophet

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Top 8 Reasons For Considering A Garden Building

Green Prophet

A tiny house, a room of one’s own, a little office, pottery studio, or granny flat. Building a tiny home in your garden might be a better eco investment that renting a whole new space. Have you ever thought of investing in a structure set up in your backyard?

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How Anaerobic Digestion Works

Green Prophet

Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Gulf of Mexico. Microbes eat up the oil using aerobic digestion, or breaking it down with oxygen. There is another approach to breaking down unwanted materials which can be more efficient. It’s called anaerobic, or without oil – in a sealed environment.

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Archaeologists Reveal Religious Diversity In Ancient Jerusalem

Green Prophet

Heads of human figurines excavated at Motza (Clara Amit/courtesy of Israel Antiquities Authority). Excavations in Tel Motza, four miles north of Jerusalem, reveal a huge Iron Age II temple where local ancients practiced cultic worship.

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4 Ways to do Your Bit for Sustainable Travel

Green Prophet

In today’s time of green awakening, it is needed by all to be conscious about living sustainably. It does not only mean leaving a lower carbon footprint at home but in every aspect of life, including travel.

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How microbes find an oil spill

Green Prophet

An oil spill in Israel, 2014. When containing a massive disaster like an oil spill, small microbes play a big role.

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Matters of Genealogy: How DNA Testing Can Benefit You

Green Prophet

Studying twins and the effects of one twin on Space travel, via NASA. Depending on your interest in the subject of genetics, you are likely to be aware of just how simple it can be to have your DNA samples mailed out, and for your chosen company to test and provide you with all sorts of details.

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Menstrual moon cups are revolutionizing traveling and your period

Green Prophet

Every woman experiences her period differently, but most would agree that it’s at least somewhat of a hassle. Luckily, menstrual cups are here to make life – at least during that time of the month – easier.

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How online casinos can further their green potential

Green Prophet

How about turning boys’ poker night into a charity for the environment? There is a growing movement for lotteries and legal casinos in countries like Canada to give back their earnings to the public good and to minority, First Nations populations.

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Fly-Tipping: Let’s Bin it!

Eco Friendly Daily

Very few things are unsightly and one of these is fly-tipping. In addition to being disturbing to see, it’s also costly for our country. Local authorities spent £12.9 million to clean up fly-tipping cases in 2018/19, with this being only the smallest 3% of the overall cases across the nation. .

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The 5 Best Green Festivals in 2020

Eco Friendly Daily

Every year, we look forward to the festival season with excitement. Whichever your music taste, there’s plenty of options offered.

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