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Outdoor Recreation Newswire

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  1. Nor'easter brings surfers, storm watchers to Jersey ShoreRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | The Jersey Journal

    BRIGANTINE - Surfers battled their way into the rougher-than-usual waters of the Absecon Inlet to catch a few waves Saturday. A few surfers took advantage of the larger waves caused by a nor'easter that slammed the Jersey Shore, and hit the Absecon inlet off the south beaches of Brigantine.


  2. SVC encourages lifelong learning with Road Scholar programRead the original story

    11 min ago | Washington Times

    Gathered around a map displaying whales of the Salish Sea, about two dozen students politely raised their hands to ask The Whale Museum's Cindy Hansen questions about local mammals. What's the difference between 'orcas' and 'killer' whales? Do orcas migrate to California? What's happening to their habitat? The questions were probably a little more advanced than those students usually ask Hansen.


  3. Snohomish restaurant provides fishermen a bite from aboveRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Restaurant owner Andy Gibbs delivers food by fishing pole. He reels it over the side of the bridge, about a 40-foot drop to the river below.


  4. WhistleStop Marathon, Harvest Fest, NEW Zoo BooRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Amery: Changing Colors Ride. Pedal through the changing leaves on a ride along the Stower Seven Lakes State Trail Saturday.


  5. Birds see release back into wild at Hatton-McCredieRead the original story

    26 min ago | Fulton Sun

    Seven raptors were released back into the wild at Hatton-McCredie Elementary for the first time during the past week. The birds were part of the United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services' catch and release program.


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    33 min ago | Staffordshire Newsletter

    WHAT WAS YOUR CHILDHOOD LIKE? I was encouraged by my family to embrace physical activity. Mum had been a ballet dancer and both my father and step-father were physical training instructors in the Armed Forces.


  7. Coastal flooding and gusty winds still a big problem for NJ on SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

    Despite improvements in the forecast, the dramatic effects of a coastal storm system and Hurricane Joaquin will still be felt on Sunday. This weekend has been a nightmare for many Jersey Shore towns as waves battered beaches, tidal waters inundated streets, and winds howled.


  8. A tale of two watersRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | NWAonline

    Rusty Pruitt of Bryant gets the most out of a beautiful afternoon Thursday while fly fishing on the Little Red River near Heber Springs. I reached these conclusions last week during my Arkansas fishing road show, which included stops at Huckleberry Lake near Dover and the Little Red River near Heber Springs.


  9. NRA is not your friend | OpinionRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | The Times of Trenton

    The scariest gun massacres are the ones committed by the criminally insane, because there's nothing the victims could have done to prevent them. After every crazed gun massacre, gun sales spike because people want guns to defend themselves from the nuts, since the government repeatedly fails to protect them.


  10. Record 3,500 entrants to run in Sunday's 35th Lakefront MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    The crowd cheers on 2014 women's winner Melissa Gacek of White Bear Lake, Minn., as she ran the final 25 yards to the finish line at Veteran's Park along Milwaukee's lakefront. Runners in the state's oldest and largest marathon will hit the road early Sunday in Grafton and make their way to the Milwaukee lakefront.


  11. The worlda s best summer jobRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Thomaston Times

    As school started again, my colleagues and I all gathered around to visit about our summer. We talked of summer vacations, family reunions, and gardening endeavors.


  12. Fishing Parkland Shorelines - Dad inspires knotty egg tierRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Welcome to Week CLXXV of 'Fishing Parkland Shorelines'. Like most of us I am a novice fisherman, loving to fish, but far from an expert.


  13. Awesome tech you can't buy yet: moon rockets, solar cookers, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Digital Trends

    At any given moment there are approximately a zillion different crowdfunding campaigns happening on the Web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you'll find no shortage of weird, useless, and downright stupid projects out there - alongside some real gems.


  14. Walking the Americas: Woman preps for 5-year trekRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | TheCourier.com

    The night before Bethany Hughes started on the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,650-mile hike from Mexico to Canada, she was so wired that she kept rifling through her bags.


  15. Coral bleaching epidemic devastates reefs off South FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Los Angeles Times

    Corals are turning chalk white and dying on reefs stretching from the Florida Keys to the Miami area, in what experts call one of the worst episodes in two decades of coral bleaching in Florida. Under stress from unusually warm water, the corals are expelling the tiny bits of algae that give them their fiery streaks of red, orange or green and that provide the coral with nutrition.


  16. Backpacking Out The MeatRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Kos

    For the past day and a half I've been backpacking meat out of the Indian Peaks Wilderness. I don't think many people hear much about this side of hunting.


  17. Changing health mindset at work could help increase daily activityRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Daily Commercial

    A 2015 study in the Annals of Internal Medicine largely confirms the hype, concluding that the prolonged sedentary activity required for desk jobs is associated with negatives health outcomes - even if you exercise regularly before or after work.


  18. ROUNDUP: Why we're still debating guns in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Herald Democrat

    In 2013, CNN Opinion rounded up a selection of op-eds from both sides of the gun debate on mass killings in America.


  19. Mayor of Worcester gets his hands dirty planting wildflowersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Worcester News

    THE Mayor of Worcester got his hands dirty as he joined a community group planting wildflowers at an unspoiled piece of parkland in the city. Cllr Roger Knight along with members of the Friends of Diglis Fields, representatives from Worcester City Council's Cleaner and Greener team and Worcestershire Wildlife Trust as well as families from the area got stuck in to plant flowers at Diglis Fields on Saturday, October 3. The day was part of a wider project to spruce up the area and adjacent nature reserve, which was handed A 665,000 by the city council's Conservative cabinet in July.


  20. Carrier bag charges - what you need to know as new charges start tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    From Monday, shoppers will be hit with a 5p charge for every single-use carrier bag they use for packing. The initiative means that all supermarkets and large stores will have to charge a minimum of 5p for every plastic carrier bag they hand out.