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Archive | Outdoors

Washington State Department of Agriculture Announces First Trapped Asian Giant Hornet Since First Sighting in the Wild in December 2019

278 Washington Traps First Asian Giant Hornet – WSDA Virtual Press Conference (Friday July 31, 2020). The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) announced on Friday July 31, 2020 the first confirmed discovery of a trapped Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia) following a specimen discovery on July 14, 2020. The recently trapped Asian Giant Hornet […]

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Respect Overdue at Arlington Heights Park District’s Lookout at Payton Hill at Nickol Knoll — Lack of Upkeep is a Disgrace to Walter Payton

1,295 Arlington Heights Park District describes Nickol Knoll as a terraced golf course with manicured greens and natural grasses. In a brochure, the Arlington Heights Park District highlights a “look-out point where 354 communities and even downtown Chicago can be seen.” But the lookout at “Payton’s Hill”, which commemorates former Arlington Heights resident and Chicago […]

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Another Asian Giant Hornet in Washington State — Queen in Washington and British Columbia; Habitats May Be Ideal in Areas East of Mississippi River As Well

341 The discovery of a queen Asian Giant Hornet in northeast Bellingham, Washington marks the fourth Asian Giant Hornet discovered in Washington state and in the United States. The introduction of the Asian Giant Hornet (Vespa Mandarinia) species is certain in Washington state and the first known introduction in the United States. The possibility of […]

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Animal Life Observed in Quieter Times of Human Activity During Coronavirus Pandemic

289 Coyotes in the City of Chicago aren’t that unusual lately, but a photograph by Michael Novo on March 31, 2020 of a coyote running down a vacant Michigan Avenue in Chicago represented one of the early unique animal observations during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. @scrowder we're getting more in touch with the wilderness in […]

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Quiet Morning ‘Rush Hour’ Monday with Beautiful Snow in Arlington Heights, and Quiet Skies on FlightRadar24

1,777 Snow scenes and Grandt’s Shell near Recreation Park during the first ‘Rush Hour’ during the Illinois Stay at Home Order in Arlington Heights. A quiet Monday on March 23, 2020 during the first business day of the Coronavirus Stay-at-Home Order in the State of Illinois. A beautiful snowfall that stuck to tree branches added […]

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Brookfield Zoo’s Giraffes Love the Warm Weather and Get Some Exercise

161 Yesterday, Brookfield Zoo’s giraffes (Ato, Potoka, Arnieta, and Jasiri) decided to take a spin in their outdoor habitat for the first time this year. Brookfield, Ill.— With the warmer temperatures expected Thursday, March 5, 2020 and over the weekend, the giraffes at Brookfield Zoo were given access to their outdoor habitat for the first […]

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Thousands of Grackles Take Over Parking Lot Kroger Store on South Post Oak in Houston

447 Grackles aren’t an uncommon sight (or sound) in Houston, but this aggregation caught by KHOU 11 reporter Brett Buffington recorded this January 29, 2020 at the Kroger on South Post Oak is amazing (Meyerland). Minus the attacking birds in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 film ‘The Birds’, this scene could be scarier. Hundreds of Grackles had […]

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Coyote Bites Man in Buttocks in Gold Coast Neighborhood; 5 yr-old Bitten on Head in Lincoln Park As Chicago Is On Alert for Coyotes

340 A 32-year-old man told Chicago police a coyote bit him Wednesday night in Lincoln Park (Mugo Odigwe/CBS Chicago). A 32-year-old man reported he was bitten by a coyote on his buttocks late Wednesday night, January 8, 2020 in the block of 700 North Fairbanks Court in the Gold Coast. The man walked into the […]

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First Official Asian Giant Hornet Discovery in the United States in Washington State — 4 Months After First Official Discovery in North America in British Columbia

1,754 Animal Planet: The Asian Giant Hornet is one of Japan’s deadliest killers — public enemy #1 for thousands of years. A recent increase in attacks has Evolutionary Biologist Armand Leroi, PhD very concerned (Animal Planet/2015). In September 2019, Cardinal News reported the first official discovery of the Asian Giant Hornet (Vespa mandarinia) in North […]

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Deer Crashes Through Window of Salon and Exits the Front Door in Lake Ronkonkoma in Long Island, New York

463 A deer startled customers at a hair salon on Long Island after jumping through the window, running to the back of the salon, and running out the front door. Suffolk County police and area paramedics responded to an unusual call Saturday. During business hours at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday October 5, 2019 a deer […]

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First Official Discovery of Asian Giant Hornet Nest in North America Under Investigation in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

1,009 The presence of three Asian Giant Hornets — insects of a dangerous invasive species — was discovered by two separate individuals in the Robins park area of south Nanaimo in British Columbia in mid-August 2019, according to an article published in Nanaimo News Now — a Canadian daily newspaper. The information was officially confirmed […]

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How to Reduce Electronic Waste and Protect the Planet from Toxins

442 Electronic waste is largely toxic, and it can have several negative effects on the environment. Here are important considerations to reduce electronic waste. Electronic waste is also known as e-waste. When you improperly dispose of e-waste, it can cause adverse environmental effects, as a large portion of electronic waste is toxic. Such toxins can […]

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