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It’s Raining Birds

It’s Raining Birds

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 8, 2011 6

Instead of waking to falling snow as many of us did on New Year’s Day 2011, people in Beebe, Arkansas, rose to find thousands of birds—grackles, starlings and red-winged blackbirds—falling from the sky, dead.

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Churchill: Home of the Pizzly?

Churchill: Home of the Pizzly?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 25, 2011 9

As the Arctic continues to warm, it comes as no surprise that cold-adapted species, such as polar bears, are moving north in an effort to survive, while those that favor more moderate temperatures are

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Your Backyard or Mine?

Your Backyard or Mine?

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 20, 2011 2

A guy in a bad bear suit may not be the best spokesperson for an audience of serious nature enthusiasts, but this video that uses one does, in the end, ask an important question

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The Natural Habitat of the Plastic Pink Flamingo

The Natural Habitat of the Plastic Pink Flamingo

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 11, 2011 11

I thought of my father recently, as I was taking down our Christmas tree and wrapping up the decorations. More than 10 years ago, I had seen him watching my mother, as she did

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Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Wendy Redal January 4, 2011 5

Did you know 2011 is World Wildlife Fund's 50th Anniversary? Natural Habitat Adventures will be doing a lot this year to help WWF celebrate! To kick things off this month, Nat Hab is donating

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“Assisting Migration” Could Be Aiding Extinction

“Assisting Migration” Could Be Aiding Extinction

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 2, 2011 10

As our 2010 calendars now come down off the walls and we look at the crisp, new, blank pages of 2011, we can’t help but wonder what this New Year has in store for

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