The Powerful Link Between Conserving Land and Preserving Health

The Green Changemakers

We need to promote dialogue among people from different ethnic cultures, as well as those individuals who work separately and speak different professional languages, such as pediatricians and landscape architects; public health professionals and park and recreation officials; bike and pedestrian advocates; and arborists, hunters, anglers, residential developers and environmentalists. By Howard Frumkin and Richard Louv Howard Frumkin, M.D., Dr.P.H.,

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From Idaho to Utah, "wolf massacre" continues

Green Blog

Though no wolves were killed, in which more than 125 hunters competed for cash prizes for whoever killed the most coyotes. The event also gave hunters ample opportunity to kill wolves anyway, as is legal in Idaho - the wolf kills simply would not be worth any "prizes." Brian Ertz, president of nonprofit animal rights advocacy group Wildlands Defense , said, "People honestly believe that sterilizing the landscape of ''predators'' will enrich their economy and preserve their culture."

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Astonishing Facts About Wetlands


In fact, it is believed that the corpse of the Tollund Man , discovered in a Danish bog in the 1950s, so well preserved that his fingernails and facial features including whiskers are visible, is 2,000 years old.

The Crossley ID Guide: Waterfowl–A Book Review

10,000 Birds

Varying in length from a brief paragraph to almost a whole column, the hunting text notes historic facts associated with hunting the specific bird, geographic areas where it is hunted, harvest numbers, whether a permit is needed, bag limits, other applicable regulations, and the bird’s behavior around hunters–how open they are to a human presence (most are “wary”) and how the bird reacts to decoys and whistles. million waterfowl hunters in the U.S.

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Mrs Pankhurst’s Purple Feather–A Book Review

10,000 Birds

Their populations, plus those of other species that ‘wore’ the coveted long, colorful feathers used for women’s fashionable hats, were being dangerously depleted by hunters intent on feeding the millinery industry. A feather is a magical thing. There is a wonder to its construction and color, a mystery that goes beyond what we know anatomically about how feathers function.

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