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Can humans control animals with artificial scents?  National Geographic

From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odors to influence animal behavior.


Helping Animals After California Wildfires  Global Animal

(HELP ANIMALS/ANIMAL RESCUE) Donations distributed among animal rights organizations to help animals affected by the Camp Fire and Woosley Fire in ...


Record-Sized Gopher Tortoise Recovering at CROW  WGCU News

Gopher tortoises are long-lived reptiles that that can be found throughout Florida's forests, pastures, and yards. They dig deep burrows for shelter and.


White-throated sparrows aren't all alike  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Q: I noticed quite a few white-throated sparrows (love that descriptive name!) under my feeders this fall, but some of them weren't so white. Those browner ones ...


Waterford man rescues owl during his morning commute  Times Union

Chance Hazelnis was driving home after a overnight shift early Tuesday morning when he looked away from the road for a split second. When he looked back ...


Community Calendar for the week beginning Dec. 12, 2018 | Family News  Chinook Observer

Wednesday, Dec. 12. Donations needed for Toys for Peninsula Kids. PENINSULA — The Pacific County Fire District No. 1, Long Beach Elks Lodge and ...


Ornithology class takes students on statewide field experiences  IUK Newsroom

KOKOMO, Ind. – Bundled up in winter coats and hats, the small group of students watches as a flock of sandhill cranes descend from the sky, extending their ...


Surgery Saves Vision of Wildlife Images Owl  KDRV

Dr. Cassandra Bliss of Bliss Animal Eye Care helped save the vision of an owl from Wildlife Images in Grants Pass.


Can humans control animals with artificial scents?  National Geographic

From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odors to influence animal behavior.


Press Pass: Buffalo Rising for the holiday season  WBFO

It's the holiday season and Buffalo Rising has a present for its readers0—images from cartoonist David Corbett, who is expected to be a regular contributor.


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