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Daily Archives: May 7, 2012
A bill now moving through the US Congress calls for giving the Department of Homeland Security control of all federal lands within a 100 miles of the Mexican and Canadian borders. The move is being derided by environmentalists and public … Continue reading
Eight climbers were killed in bad weather Saturday while trying to climb in the county’s “northern alps,” according to a story today in Japan Times Online. “Nagano Prefectural Police said a party of six men in their 60s and 70s … Continue reading
Two electric barriers near Chicago that are used to keep Asian carp out of Lake Michigan lost power for 13 minutes last week, the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel reported today on JS online. The incident was the second time the … Continue reading
Shifting climate patterns seem to be having an impact on bears, polar bears and grizzly bears in particular, the Edmonton Journal reports today in a story about hybrid bears being discovered in the Arctic. A University of Alberta researcher recently … Continue reading