Outdoor Recreation Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. APNewsBreak: Union to strike against Trump Taj Mahal casinoRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    This June 30, 2016 photo shows the exterior of the Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, N.J. as talks were underway between its owners and the city's main casino workers union to try to head off a threatened Friday strike. L... .

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  2. The garden which Bryan Farlow has been working on for 30 years behind his Carr Street homeRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Bury Times

    Bryan Farlow has been working hard to change a piece of land behind his house in Carr Bank Avenue, Ramsbottom , into an "idyllic nature heaven." He has rented the land behind his house from Peel Investments since he moved in to the property in 1982.

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  3. Kangaroo's death hits close to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    ANGRY: Helan Reid with two of the kangaroos she reared at her wildlife shelter. This week she found a dead 'roo near her backdoor.

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  4. Marlins Swim Club has strong history on provincial sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    When you talk swimming in Red Deer more often than not it's about the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club. And while the Catalina club is a premier year-round club, producing a number of outstanding national calibre athletes, the Red Deer Marlins Swim Club has received it's share of accolades as well.

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  5. Waterfowl provide family fun at Wilson Hill goose driveRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    Canoes and kayaks lined the shores of the Wilson Hill Wildlife Management Area early Thursday morning as dozens of paddlers prepared for the goose drive, where hundred of geese each year are banded and recorded by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Steven R. Heerkens, waterfowl biologist for Region 6, said the DEC has been banding geese at Wilson Hill since 1964.

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  6. Glamping vs. CampingRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KION 46

    "No reservations required, you just pop in, you stay. Now it's you gotta book 7 months ahead to find a spot," said Big Basin Manager, Carrie Klair.

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  7. Ruby rises to the triathlon challenge for cancer charityRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    Ruby Burnell, who raised nearly 500 for Cancer Research UK through sponsorship, completed a 400m swim, 6.5-mile cycle and 1.5km run. Ruby, of Southsea, said: 'I chose Cancer Research because there are a lot of people, some I know, who are suffering from cancer.'

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  8. We can't have a bonfire of wildlife protectionsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    Debbie Tann, the chief executive of Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, says that after the EU referendum nature protection laws have been thrown into uncertainty Nearly three-quarters of our environmental laws come from EU legislation and they were developed by countries working together for the common good. Our concern before the referendum that these vital wildlife protections would be thrown into uncertainty was well-founded, with Leave campaigners relishing freedom from the Nature Directives.

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  9. Sri Lanka's latest status symbol, a baby elephantRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Expensive and high-maintenance, baby elephants have become the ultimate status symbol for Sri Lanka's wealthy elite -- a trend that has horrified conservationists and prompted a government crackdown. Elephants perform a routine at the zoo in Dehiwala near Colombo, Sri Lanka, where an illegal trade in baby elephants is being fed by a wealthy elite wanting to keep them as a status symbol Yet authorities say more than 40 have been stolen from national parks over the last decade and are being kept as pets.

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  10. AgroForestry, sustainable agriculture and permaculture businesses to meetRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Brattleboro Reformer

    BRATTLEBORO >> The rural Northeast is one of a preciously small number of places on our planet where there is more forest now than there was 150 years ago. Despite our rich, forested landscape we derive economic benefit from a very small number of products, primarily wood, maple syrup and wildlife from hunting.

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  11. New trails possible for conservation areaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    The inaugural resource-management plan for the 218,000-acre Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area includes the possibility of trail development and more motorized use in some areas. The plan, released Thursday, also includes the proposed addition of one area of critical environmental concern.

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  12. News from Vermont Department of Fish and WildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Brattleboro Reformer

    Calvin Trudo, grand prize winner of the 2015 #ReelFunVT photo contest, shows off the bluegill he caught while fishing at Lake Bomoseen State Park last summer. The 2016 #ReelFunVT photo contest is open again through the end of the summer.

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  13. Safeguards for Independence Day celebrationsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mountain Eagle

    In a recent press release, The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency stresses the importance of celebrating responsibly during the holiday weekend. a Do not operate a vehicle or boat while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, risking the lives of others around you.

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  14. Lethal pesticides responsible for killing hundreds of birds, including parrots and cranesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | NewsTarget.com

    Mass deaths of wildlife due to the introduction of poisons into the environment, either as pesticides, herbicides or for some other allegedly "beneficial" use, have taken place all over the world, and it just happened again, this time in Asia. As reported by the Times of India , hundreds of birds were killed after ingesting poisonous grains from a water-filled paddy in fields near the village of Junona.

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  15. Discover the North WestRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Wilderness, intrigue and rugged beauty - where else are these traits more prevalent than the national parks stretched across the northern corner of Western Australia? It's near impossible to truly discover the magic of the Pilbara and Kimberley without devoting significant time to the task. In addition to the bevy of caravan parks servicing the region, the national parks, managed by the WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, offer a range of camping facilities.

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  16. Journeys In AfricaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Journeys in Africa is an innovative travel series focusing on the African continent. It will highlight Africa's unique culture, history, architecture and wildlife.

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  17. Holiday weekend sparkles with events, celebrationsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KeysNews.com

    Whether you're looking for parades and picnics or pies and pageants, there is plenty to do in the Florida Keys this holiday weekend. Billed as America's favorite citrus celebration, the Key Lime Festival will be held Saturday through Monday, July 2-4, and features a variety of events celebrating the Keys' famous fruit.

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  18. Sign warning of contamination in Rapid Creek 'nonsensical' to Kriol speakersRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    A Northern Territory Government sign warning people not to eat wildlife at a Darwin creek has been mistranslated into Kriol making it nonsensical, fluent speakers of the language say. The warning sign is supposed to urge people not to collect and eat fish or shellfish, including crabs, from Rapid Creek.

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  19. The Salvation Army provides 65 local children a week at Camp NEOSARead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Beacon

    On June 23, 65 children from Ottawa County got up early, load up a chartered bus and van filled with snacks and movies and headed to Camp NEOSA in Carrollton, OH, for five days filled with swimming, canoeing, hiking, outside sport activities, singing, role-playing, arts and crafts and lots of fun. This has been The Salvation Army's biggest group, in the history of Ottawa County's participation with Camp NEOSA.

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  20. Big walleye bonanzaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Beacon

    A Saturday catch on the Sundance with Capt. Bob Brown, Jr. The walleye fishing has made some improvement this week and some very large fish have been hitting the docks at the local marinas here in the Ottawa County area.

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