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"Living Mosaics: Understanding GMOs," 5:30-7 p.m., Loveland Museum/Gallery, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. Arlo Pelegrin will look at advances in technology that bring genetically modified organisms closer to the marketplace, and whether they are risky ...

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New York Daily News

10000 tortoises discovered 'everywhere' in Madagascar home
New York Daily News
An appalling odor led to the discovery of 9,888 live, rare tortoises swarming every room of a two-story home in Madagascar earlier this month. The island nation's environmental agency was called to the scene to investigate a rancid stench radiating ...

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Hyperallergic

A Photographer Captures the Unique Personalities of New York City Pigeons
Hyperallergic
Photographed up close, the birds flaunt their unique personalities and striking features — so often overlooked by hurried pedestrians. Far from fluff balls of grays, Garn's subjects are pristine models who show off stunning, unexpected hallmarks ...



Daily Mail

Enjoying some bear necessities! Three adorable wild cubs who lost their mother make the most of some tasty treats at ...
Daily Mail
These are the pictures of three adorable endangered bear cubs who have been orphaned after they lost their mother. The Syrian brown bears, also known as Ursus arctos syriacus, have been left at a rescue centre after they separated from her at a ...



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Loveland Reporter-Herald
For details, call 962-2643. Wildlife Rehabilitation. A series of presentations on Wildlife Rehabilitation with Northern Colorado Wildlife Center will take place at 5-7 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at High Plains Environmental Center, 2698 Bluestem Willow ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

Bird encounters seemed dramatic. Maybe they were ordinary.
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Its back was covered with the snow it plowed up when it landed. I'd learn that my experience wasn't the only curious one for grebes migrating to Minnesota in harsh spring weather. Straight away, I tried to figure out how I could fit in a wildlife rehab ...

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Loveland Reporter-Herald

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Loveland Reporter-Herald
and High Plains Environmental Council ( 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive); mobile check-in location at King's Crossing Natural Area, (990 S. Lincoln Ave.). To sign up, call 962-2794 or register online at cityofloveland.org/volunteerevents. Website ...



Chestnut Hill Local

Former Schuylkill Center wildlife rescuer opens new clinic
Chestnut Hill Local
by Sue Ann Rybak. A baby great horned owl got a second chance at life after it fell out of its nest earlier this month, thanks to the staff and volunteers at the Philadelphia Metro Wildlife Center, 400 DeKalb Pike in King of Prussia, which opened its ...



HSUS News (blog)

Is your glass of wine poisoning wildlife?
HSUS News (blog)
The Humane Society of the United States has two affiliated wildlife centers that rescue and rehabilitate thousands of orphaned and injured animals each year. Holly Hazard, our senior vice president of programs and innovation, visits these facilities ...

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As spring arrives, so do baby birds
WatertownDailyTimes.com
Can you imagine living in a tiny twig nest lined with soft feathers and grass and perched high in a city tree? Nearly featherless and vulnerable, nestlings peep and open their tiny beaks wide when their parents flutter into their nests to deliver fat ...


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