Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Originally posted on A Word in Your Ear:
Honey toned, orange tipped, butter yellow, glowing green lowlands frame towering craggy capped mountains.   Tinkly cascades flow into luminous rivers surrounded by lush fern fronded forests splashed with amber mosses and…

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Japan Will Not Give Up Whaling, Says Minister

The Los Angeles Times2013-02-27: A Japanese minister has set off a new uproar about whaling by reportedly insisting that his country need not give up the practice, calling it a key source of food and a cultural tradition. Fisheries minister … Continue reading

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Struggling Kansas Wildlife

By MICHAEL PEARCE, The Wichita  Eagle                  Updated 8:44 am, Thursday, February 28, 2013 Commnts (0) Larger | Smaller Printable  Version Email  This<!– RM 20174 Email This –> Georgia (default)Verdana Times New  Roman Arial Font Page 1 of 1 TOPEKA,  … Continue reading

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Beyonce Accused Of Cruelty

Orange News2013-02-28: 28 February 2013, 9:55 Beyonce In Hot Water Over Stingray Skin Shoes Tweet Beyonce has come under fire for wearing trainers made from the skins of exotic animals. Animal welfare group Peta has described the US star as … Continue reading

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Japan Will Never Stop Whaling, Says Minister

PhysOrg2013-02-26: “I don’t think there will be any kind of an end for whaling by Japan,” Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi told AFP in an exclusive interview. Hayashi, who took the ministerial post overseeing the country’s whaling programmes … Continue reading

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A Rock Dove With Unusual Plumage

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Originally posted on ROLLING HARBOUR ABACO:
  BAHAMAS REEF FISH (5) – ROCK BEAUTY Holacanthus tricolor (No, this is not all about you, Madge…) The Rock Beauty is a species of small Angelfish, measuring up to 10 inches in length. They…

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Originally posted on Peace of Mind:
This photo of a Red-tailed Hawk and it’s prey was taken at Carrizo Plains National Monument in San Luis Obispo County, California. Click on each image to enlarge and enjoy even further. It looks…

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Bird Stats From Today

Saw  first Goldeneyes and Common Pochards for the first time this year! Earlier I have spotted Whooper Swans and Common Buzzards as well! Btw I saw the first insect today , a Dancing mosquito!!!!

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