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Bats: Out of the Witches’ Cauldron and Into the Fire

October 31st, 2013|Tags: , |0 Comments

Double, double, toil and trouble! The witches of Shakespeare’s Macbeth threw several of our forest creatures into their

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Timber Takes a Hit

By Marcelene Sutter A forest road in Siberia, where trees are under siege by illegal loggers fueled

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A Legacy of Conservation

By Lizzie Wasilewska Theodore Roosevelt as Colonel in the 1st Cavalry, U.S.Volunteers, ca. 1898 This weekend marked

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Thanks for Making a Difference

Tomorrow is Make a Difference Day and reading the many stories of people volunteering their time and effort

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Striking Gold

October 24th, 2013|Tags: , |3 Comments

By Marcelene Sutter Eucalyptus tree. Credit: Justin Ennis Money does not grow on trees, but researchers from

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