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Archive | Outdoors

Mike Zarnek Photo Catches Cardinal in Flight at River Trails Nature Center on Milwaukee Ave in Northbrook Near Prospect Heights

Mike Zarnek, of Mount Prospect, caught a photo of a cardinal in flight at River Trails Nature Center on Sunday April 14, 2019 during the late-season snow. Zarnek told the Daily Herald that the cardinal was feeding at the feeder and it took him several attempts to catch the cardinal in flight before he finally […]

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Meet Mr. Miller: Out Buying a Laptop with Mr. Jeffrey Breyer at Best Buy Arlington Heights

Mr. Miller and Mr. Jeffrey Breyer were out buying a laptop tonight, Saturday May 11, 2019 at Best Buy in Arlington Heights, after spending some time at the Buffalo Grove Walgreens at Dundee Road and Arlington Heights Road. Mr. Miller is Mr. Jeffrey Breyer’s service dog, during and following Mr. Jeffrey Breyer’s suffering with a […]

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Posted in Pet Rescue

Apple Invests in Colombian Mangrove Restoration Project in South America

Urbanization and aquaculture destroy many vulnerable habitats, especially endangered mangrove forests. Luckily, Apple has vowed to protect these forests. Aquaculture is the farming of fish, crustaceans, mollusks, aquatic plants, algae, and other organisms. Aquaculture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions. Aquaculture is also known as aquafarming. Mangrove tree conservation has become the […]

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Posted in Ecosystem

Arlington Heights Police Rescue Entrapped Coyote at Nickol Knoll Golf Course

The ArlingtonHeights Police Department Animal Warden responded last week to a call from a concerned citizen after a coyote was entrapped in a fence at Nickol Knoll Golf Course. The coyote’s rear leg was caught in a wire fence. The coyote was safely removed from the fence by the Arlington Heights Police Department animal warden, […]

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Posted in Outdoors, Public Service

Health Officials Warn Deadly Chagas Risk from Kissing Bugs Spreading North in US

POTENTIALLY DEADLY KISSING BUG COMPARED TO HARMFUL BEDBUGS AND HARMLESS STINK BUGS Kissing bugs are blood-sucking insects that can transmit the potentially fatal Chagas disease. They are commonly found in Central and South America, though in September, the CDC warned that they had been reported in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Several media sources are reporting […]

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Hudson, the Polar Bear, Gets a Routine Medical Checkup and a CT Scan at Brookfield Zoo

Brookfield, Ill. – This week Chicago Zoological Society’s (CZS) veterinary and animal care staff were able to accomplish significant objectives during a routine medical check-up on Hudson, Brookfield Zoo’s 12-year-old male polar bear. The team was able to acquire images of the massive animal on its CT scanner and collect semen that is being used […]

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Astro-Ecologists Use Tech for Counting Endangered Species

Research teams are now depending on tech for counting endangered species. We touch on the astrological software and techniques used for wildlife conservation. Astro-Ecologists Use Tech for Counting Endangered Species To ensure maximum animal conservation efforts, researchers are now relying on tech for counting endangered species. That’s right, it’s going to take teamwork from astrophysicists, […]

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Posted in Ecosystem

Suspected Rhino Poacher in Kruger National Park Killed by an Elephant and Lions; Accomplices from South Africa in Custody

Authorities have not released the identity of a suspected poacher, who was reported to have been killed while hunting rhinos in the Kruger National Park game reserve in northeast South Africa. The man killed was part of a group of illegal poachers in Kruger National Park (KNP). The South African Police Service received information that […]

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Posted in 24/7 Crime Alerts!, Outdoors

Knupper’s Flower & Garden Opening Mid-April at Original Location with 3-Season Tent and Retractable Roof Shade House

Though the owners may have changed, the commitment to bringing customers high quality plants with friendly staff remains the same. Knupper’s will be open starting mid-April 2019 and will carry a full selection of annuals, perennials, roses, groundcovers, vegetables, houseplants and more. The old building has been demolished, but the new 3-season Knupper’s we will […]

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Posted in Biz, Outdoors, Shopping

Oldest Animal at Brookfield Zoo: A Short-Beaked Echidna Celebrates 50 on Saturday, March 23, 2019

On Saturday March 23, 2019, animal care staff at the Brookfield Zoo and guests celebrated a milestone birthday for Brookfield Zoo’s oldest animal. Adelaide, a short-beaked echidna, turned 50 years old. In honor of her birthday, Adelaide was presented with a nutritious birthday cake topped with one of her favorite food items—wax worms. Afterwards, guests […]

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Posted in Outdoors, Science

Giant Anteater Born to Tulum and Lupito at Brookfield Zoo, February 2019

Those venturing to Brookfield Zoo’s Tropic World: South America habitat can now be on the lookout for a new addition—a male giant anteater pup. Born on December 15, 2018, the pup spends the majority of his time hitching a ride on the back of his mom, Tulum. He will continue to do this for several […]

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Posted in Parks, Science

Teacher Killed in Animal Attack in Beaufort County North Carolina, But the Animal Type is not Initially Identified

Beaufort County Sheriff’s Communications received a 911 call at 5:47 a.m. Friday February 15, 2019 reporting an animal attack on Indian Run Road in Pantego. Beaufort County EMS and Paramedics arrived to find 77 year-old Brenda Hamilton of Pantego suffering from severe injuries as a result of the attack. Paramedics transported Brenda Hamilton to Vidant […]

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