Outdoor Recreation Newswire (Page 10)

Outdoor Recreation Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. William helps honour 'unsung heroes' of conservation at Tusk awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Argus

    The Duke of Cambridge has helped honour conservationists working in Africa to combat the illegal wildlife trade at a charity function, saying he was "in awe" of their achievements. The dinner and presentation was hosted by Tusk, which has a 25-year history of supporting conservation projects throughout the continent.


  2. Russia deploys maritime air defense after jet shot down over SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Trend

    Moscow will deploy a warship off the Syrian coast near Latakia to strengthen the defense of its air base there, the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces announced on Tuesday after Turkish warplanes shot down a Russian strike aircraft. Russian fighter jets will now accompany all of Moscow's missions against Islamic State targets in Syria, the General Staff said.


  3. Turkey shoots down Russian jet it says violated its airspaceRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KFBB

    Turkey shot down a Russian warplane on Tuesday that it said ignored repeated warnings and crossed into its airspace from Syria, killing at least one of the two pilots in a long-feared escalation in tensions between Russia and NATO. Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced what he called a "stab in the back" and warned of "significant consequences."


  4. Oldsmar City Council moves forward with zip line projectRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Tampa Bay Newspapers

    Natural wood towers depicted in this rendering would provide views of Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve as visitors travel through a new zipline in Oldsmar. OLDSMAR - The Oldsmar City Council authorized City Manager Bruce Haddock to negotiate an agreement with Empower Adventure Operations for a zip line Nov. 17. The vote for the 'outdoor adventure concession' at Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve was unanimous.


  5. Triathlete shop relocates within StamfordRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    The newly renamed Pacific Cycling & Triathlon is moving Wednesday, November 25th to 984 High Ridge Road in Stamford from its current location at 575 Pacific Street in the city's South End.


  6. BC-PA--Pennsylvania News Digest, PARead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    Good afternoon! Here's a look at AP's general news coverage today in Pennsylvania. For questions about the state report, contact the Philadelphia bureau at 215-561-1133.


  7. State senator wants automatic "clean slate" for public criminal recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Michigan Radio

    Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, says he plans to introduce the legislation soon after lawmakers return from their three-week break for deer hunting and Thanksgiving. Jones says misdemeanors would no longer appear on criminal records after five years.


  8. Scott urges lawmakers to fund bear-proofingRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | News 4 Jax

    The state would set aside $230,000 for bear-resistant trash cans and outreach programs to reduce conflicts between humans and bears, as part of Gov. Rick Scott's proposed $79.3 billion budget. The money would be used to partner with residents, local governments and businesses as a way to prevent bear attacks, according to a press release that accompanied Scott's budget on Monday.


  9. Here's How Much It Cost To Produce A Barrel of Crude OilRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BusinessPundit

    Oil is currently trading around $42 per barrel and that's bad news for producers in some parts of the world. In the United Kingdom it costs $52.50 to produce a barrel of oil and in Brazil the cost is $49 per barrel.


  10. Keep Washoe wildRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | NewsReview.com

    What lies to the northern end of Washoe County, beyond Pyramid Lake? A lot, if you're into sagebrush, pronghorn, bumpy backcountry roads and big skies. For all who appreciate Nevada for its wildlife and wide-open spaces, Friends of Nevada Wilderness are working to protect five new wilderness areas in 2016 through their Wild Washoe Wilderness Campaign.


  11. Delisting wolves was a mistakeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Oregonian

    The recent decision by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission to delist wolves from the state's Endangered Species Act protection was based on faulty science and political expediency. The biggest problem is with the department's criteria for delisting - more than four breeding pairs of wolves for three years in a row- is that it fails to ensure full restoration of the wolf across the state.


  12. Rapid Learners: How Pixar Animators Created A Very Scary RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    It's a heart-stopping scene: The protagonist of The Good Dinosaur, an 11-year-old Apatosaurus named Arlo is chasing a little thief who's been stealing his family's food. Arlo's not looking where he's going and he slips and falls into a river.


  13. Al Qaeda-linked group claims Mali attacknuRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | KABC-AM Los Angeles

    New video appears to shows Russian pilots parachuting down after being ejected from a jet that was shot down by a Turkish F-16. R. Nicholas Burns, Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO, analyzes the situation in the wake of Turkey's downing of a Russia jet.


  14. "F" Stands for Fail: Gun Turn-in Event Nets a Stack of Paper Pledges & Surplus GoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AmmoLand

    Recently, we reported on Hillary Clinton's praise for local firearm "buyback" events and her view that forcing Americans to participate in them on a national level - ala Australia and Great Britain - is "worth considering." Voluntary gun buybacks are a classic case of gun control symbolism.


  15. Mossy Oak Now the Official Camo of the NWTFRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AmmoLand

    Turkey hunting and camouflage go together like turkey and dressing. And this holiday season, the NWTF is excited to announce a bigger-than-ever partnership with Mossy Oak that includes a feast of support for conservation and hunting and names Mossy Oak as the Official Camo of the NWTF.


  16. Pennsylvania teen misses turn, accidently runs full marathonRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | FOX Carolina

    A Pennsylvania teenager's family says he accidentally ran all 26.2 miles of the Philadelphia Marathon because he missed a turn on his half-marathon course. WPVI-TV reports Evan Megoulas runs on his high school's cross country team in Palmyra, 80 miles west of Philadelphia.


  17. Washington D.C. Tries To Clear Tent City Of Homeless ResidentsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

    The city began clearing the tents over the weekend -- calling the encampment unsafe -- after having spent months connecting a dozen tent city denizens with other forms of shelter. The city also erected a fence around the area that had just been vacated.


  18. Environmental review: oil-by-rail terminal could hurt fishRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    An environmental assessment for a proposed oil-by-rail terminal in Vancouver, Washington says the project could have negative consequences for endangered salmon and other fish in the Columbia River. The study, released Tuesday by Washington state's Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council , says the number of vessels added to pick up oil at the terminal could lessen water quality, induce bank erosion, reduce shoreline and wetland vegetation and harm essential fish habitat.


  19. Pennsylvania teen disappears during marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

    Perhaps Evan Megoulas was too stubborn to stop and ask for directions. Or maybe he caught one heck of a second wind.


  20. Connecticut Audubon Society wins EPA grant for climate change educationRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Milford Mirror

    The Connecticut Audubon Society along with with Massachusetts Audubon and the Audubon Society of Rhode Island have been awarded a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to collaborate on an education initiative, called Building Climate Action Communities, designed to make climate change science a routine part of outdoor nature programs. Climate change is already an important component of Connecticut Audubon's award-winning Science in Nature school education program.