Daily Archives: July 11, 2012

My Kind of Place: The Nooksack

I’ve never been here. But now that I know, I am likely to look for it. Found:  NooksackWildAndScenic, a river in Washington State. American Rivers, the non-profit river conservation group is seeking federal Wild and Scenic status for the river … Continue reading

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Allow how many eagles to die?

Utilities are looking to extend the length of a special permit they get that allows for incidental golden and bald eagle kills from wind turbines. The US Fish & Wildlife Service has posted a plan on the Federal Register  to … Continue reading

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Osprey population bouncing back in southern Michigan

Michigan wildlife officials say ospreys are on the rebound in southern Michigan. Researchers have discovered 49 active osprey nests this year compared to one in 1999. Wildlife staffers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources began to relocate osprey to … Continue reading

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The Best of Trees: Redwoods

There is nothing like hiking in the redwoods to give one a sense of place in the natural world.  Photo: National Park Service

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