Month: February 2020

Greater Sage-Grouse. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon President Donald Trump is visiting Colorado Springs today. He arrives as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), as part of his federal Department of the Interior, takes aim at regulations in place protecting millions of acres of public land cherished by millions of Coloradans, westerners, and an adaptable, dancing bird,
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I love searching the Internet for fun DIY projects — especially ones that include my cats. I found these fun feather teaser toys and knew I had to give them a try! What you’ll need Scissors Felt Iron Jingle bell Satin cord Jewelry jump ring Instructions Cut out one large and one small feather shape
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Tice Supplee, Audubon Arizona, and Cary and Nancy Meister, Yuma Audubon Society, discuss groundwater management with Sen. Sine Kerr at Western Rivers Day. Photo: Dominic Arenas/Audubon During last year’s visit to the Capitol, Audubon Arizona and its coalition partnersadvocated for a sustainable water future for the state by talking with legislators about the Colorado River
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Recently, Donald Trump Jr. drew backlash from animal activists for auctioning a “dream hunt.”The highest bidder won a Safari Club International hunt with him and his son in Alaska, to kill Sitka black tailed deer and sea ducks. It was enraging and devastating that he was promoting killing animals for fun in this way, and
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From cats slapping other cats while their sleeping, dogs playing hide and seek with their owners, to kittens surprising other cats, these are just a few of the funny pets doing pranks in this prank pets video compilation. The Pet Collective is home to the top trending clips, most entertaining memes, and funniest animal videos
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Dogs are the best companions. Whether you just want to sit around and snuggle or run around and play, dogs always want to be there with you. However, for a smart Cockapoo named Percy, play time is more than just squeaky toys. Percy’s favorite game is Connect 4, and he gets better at it every
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Things can get pretty chilly in Canada. When towns start coming to halt because of snow and ice, some people choose to get creative. Makeshift sleds, snow angels and snow ice cream typically make the top of the list of snowy day activities. That wasn’t the case for one Canadian woman. A Snow Sculpture That
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Therapy dogs have the gift of delivering comfort and security during scary, difficult, and overwhelming times. Their efficacy at soothing sick, traumatized, and grief-stricken souls is well documented. Macon Funeral Home in Franklin, North Carolina recently added a therapy dog in training to their grief support staff. They expect Mochi to bring comfort to grieving
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Royal Terns on South Island, Virginia. Photo: Matthew Fossum Every spring since the 1980s, tens of thousands of seabirds have made their way from their South American wintering grounds to Virginia’s South Island to nest. Once there, raucous masses of Gull-billed Terns, Royal Terns, Common Terns, Black Skimmers, Laughing Gulls, and others combine to create
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Kim Freeman, a former advertising copywriter, had already traded in her pen for a new life as a cat finder when she came across her future partner — and her life was about to change again. Kim had been successfully applying FBI techniques for finding missing persons to cats when in late 2013 she happened
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New undercover footage shows that atrophy-hunting convention is still promoting trips to shoot lions. The Safari Club International convention in Reno, Nevada is the gathering for one of the largest trophy-hunting groups. Vendors sell firearms, hunting trips and items made from wildlife. The video shows tour vendors saying the lions are bred in captivity, raised
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