Sat.Jun 13, 2020 - Fri.Jun 19, 2020

Trees in Early Irish Law and Lore: Respect for Other-Than-Human Life in Europe’s History


My article, “Trees in Early Irish Law and Lore: Respect for Other-Than-Human Life in Europe’s History,” has just been published in the peer-reviewed journal, Ecopsychology. “Ecopsychology invites you to read this special issue dedicated to bringing forward insights from wisdom traditions, such as those from Indigenous peoples, and those from contemporary science, to more […].

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Some therapeutic post-lockdown birding

10,000 Birds

Will the post-corona world become a different place? I don’t think so. My country, Serbia, is nowadays slowly emerging from the corona-virus grip. Actually, with 50 to 100 newly infected every day, not so much emerging as keeping a low profile.

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The Big Bat Year: A Quest to See the World’s Bats

Nature Conservancy - Science

Birding’s Big Year has become a major event. But bats? From the Field Wildlife Mammal Watching Traveling Naturalist

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Caroline Chaptini sets Guinness World Record in Lebanon with caps

Green Prophet

After several months of daily solo work, environmental activist Caroline Chaptini, a Lebanese national set another Guinness World Records title, having put together the largest bottle cap mosaic in a public park in the town of Miziara in north Lebanon.

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On the Road Again

10,000 Birds

Well, I managed to stick it out for six weeks. Six and a half weeks, to be precise. When our local government called for Michoacán’s residents to stay at home, I said goodbye to some 250 regional species, and shut myself in at home with the other 30 that regularly visit my neighborhood.

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Second of June 2020)

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I hate to obsess about weather, but June temperatures in New York have taken us all on a roller coaster ride with sweltering highs and frigid lows within days of each other. How am I supposed to enjoy a pre-summer weekend dressed in all these layers?

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Bolton Landing Brewing Company: Paradise Bay IPA

10,000 Birds

For the last several years, my first out-of-town trip of the summer takes me to the east side of Lake George in northern New York, for a relaxing mid-June weekend with my family at a lakeshore cabin belonging to a family friend.

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Our first camping trip of 2020

10,000 Birds

We had been unable to go camping in the Kimberley this year due to a certain virus keeping us all at home or within our Shire. When the restrictions eased allowing movement beyond the Shire of Broome into the rest of the Kimberley we did not race off camping.

2020 162

Rough, Rugged and Remote: Going the Distance to Save Cape Town’s Water

Nature Conservancy - Science

Here’s how the expedition started. We were flown in a bright-yellow chopper to the Boland Mountains on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa. Camping and abseiling gear: Check. Food supply: Check. The campsite was surveyed, coordinates were jotted and […]. From the Field Plants TNC Science

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Expanding the Successful Sustainable Rivers Program

Nature Conservancy - Science

Dams aren’t going away. But a successful program better manages them for people and nature. From the Field Restoration Water

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Why awesome girlfriends suddenly go psycho

Green Prophet

During the COVID pandemic lockdown , as couples have been forced to spend days and weeks in one another’s company, some have found their love renewed while others are on their way to divorce court.

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Chad Everett Harris on How Business Owners Are Dealing With COVID-19

Green Prophet

How Entrepreneurs and Proprietors are Addressing the Challenges of the Pandemic in the Midst of Unprecedented Economic Uncertainty. Due to the global spread of COVID-19, many traditional venues for conducting business have been severely restricted.

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Hey urban farmers – the lead is still in your soil

Green Prophet

Lead from vehicles still very much a concern to people who care about our soil. We’ve all heard of lead – whether it’s lead-based paint or leaded gasoline. These applications are now things of the past, but do we still have a lead problem?

2020 52

Proposed Changes to Migratory Bird Treaty Act

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is in the midst of overhauling its interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) and it recently issued a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) on its proposed interpretation. The public can comment until July 20, 2020.

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