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  1. Audubon looks to open sanctuary to more people, wildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Westport News

    Dead trees litter the ground at the H. Smith Richardson Preserve and Tree Farm on Sasco Creek Road in Westport, Conn. on July 20, 2016.

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  2. Beat the heatRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | The Star Online

    We had good rains during the early and mid-winter. Then, the rains quit in March, with little to no rain until May. To add insult to injury, Mother Nature also gave us a late freeze, too! For those of you with fruit crops, I'm sure you remember the late freeze.

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  3. Zika Map In Florida Raises QuestionsRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Switched

    Within days after evidence that four cases of Zika virus were contracted in Miami, Gov. Rick Scott and his Florida Department of Health released a map of where, exactly, they suspected the Zika-bearing mosquito bites to have occurred. The news, making national headlines, shows a concerned governor addressing a real public health threat.

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  4. The One Best Way to Conquer Your Fears is to Prevent ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | Psychology Today

    Perhaps you've noticed as you go through your daily news feed that fear is a constant undercurrent of the top trending stories. We hear of attacks on almost a daily basis.

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  5. Britons reveal the holidaymakers they hate the mostRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    Eating raw horse meat for a week and seeing a hole so deep it creates its own weather: Pilot reveals his experiences flying to the most remote places on earth Inside the Irish Orient Express: Travel Ireland in style on luxurious new train service TSA on track to find a record 3,000 guns in passengers' carry-on luggage this year after 74 were intercepted at US airports in ONE WEEK Bravo Brittany! The sea might be chilly but everything else is warm and wholesome... and even actress Salma Hayek is a fan An Inspector calls: Filthy curtains and lifeless pillows at The Bell near Epping make it hard to justify A 100 per night price Are these the most adorable baby animals ever? Photos of furry critters that will melt your heart... and where in the world you can find them Is this the most essential travel gadget? The portable filter that will purify dirty water ANYWHERE in the world in just 15 ... (more)

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  6. How the Venomous, Egg-Laying Platypus EvolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | National Geographic

    Platypuses hunt underwater, where they swim gracefully by paddling with their front webbed feet and steering with their hind feet and beaverlike tail. If there was a poster animal for diversification, it would have to be the platypus .

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  7. Postdoctoral fellowship in insect neuroimagingRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Nature Neuroscience

    The project aims at studying odour processing and memory in the honeybee brain and a potential impairment by neonicotinoid pesticides. Using two-photon microscopy, morphological as well as functional information is acquired from the brain in vivo .

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  8. Florida reports occurrence of local mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission in four peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Medical News

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been informed by the State of Florida that Zika virus infections in four people were likely caused by bites of local Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The cases are likely the first known occurrence of local mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission in the continental United States.

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  9. Cool Jobs: Organic FarmingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | PennLive.com

    A day on the farm starts before sunrise. Regular morning tasks like loading produce boxes into delivery vans and rounding up chickens that have escaped the pasture are interrupted by the unexpected delivery truck breakdown or signs of a fox near the chicken pasture.

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  10. Avocado trees are dying in South Dade. Herea s whyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    ... Jonathan H. Crane, professor Tropical Fruit Crops Specialist, and Dr. Daniel Carrillo, Assistant Professor, entomology and nematology, in the lab at the University of Florida Tropical Research and Education Center in Homestead. They are in charge of ...

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  11. Mike Adams: Green anole is a beneficial local yard lizardRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record

    Whether you've lived here a lifetime or are a new resident, you have probably noticed a small green lizard in your yard. Several different kinds of lizards inhabit our landscapes.

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  12. Ask a master gardener: A nasty looking insect can be good and badRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The News-Review

    The pinchers on the back indicate that this is a female. Males have distinctively curved cerci, while the female cerci tends to be straighter.

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  13. Mosquito Control District head takes job in North CarolinaRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | WFLX-TV West Palm Beach

    The executive director of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District is leaving his post to take a new job in North Carolina. A news release from the district says Michael Doyle will leave at the end of August.

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  14. Lifestyle | Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Ave, PrestoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Go Local

    Why the rush? Pause, breath deep, flex toes, be still. Gravity holds our feet, sense its omniscience, downwards into the core, upwards through bones and muscles.

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  15. Baghdad facing Invasion of . . . Cockroaches, as Temps reach 122 b/c Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Juan Cole

    Last week Baghdad faced a new threat: A plague of cockroaches, brought out by higher summer temperatures. All sorts of strange stories about the insect invaders emerged.

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  16. Day campers learn pollinationRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Inter-Mountain

    YMCA Day Campers age 7-9 enjoyed discovery activities to learn how bees and butterflies pollinate flowers at the Kump Education Center on Wednesday.

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  17. Try century plants as soaring landscape alternativeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Karen Schmidt from the Wellswood neighborhood in Tampa was excited about her century plants when all four of them bloomed at once. In 2009, lightning struck an old grand oak tree in her front yard and she had to have it cut down.

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  18. Search continues for Asian Longhorned BeetleRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Item Extra

    The traps, which are to test for the presence of Asian Longhorned Beetle , have been around the reservoir for years, according to Felicia Andre, ALB ground operations supervisor for the Department of Conservation and Recreation, based in Worcester. The ALB is a destructive, non-native insect detected several years ago in Worcester.

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  19. Video surveillance could help reduce impact of solar towers burning birdsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun

    This Feb. 13, 2014 photo shows a vehicle dwarfed from the fifth level of a tower at Ivanpah Solar Electric Generation project near Primm. The operator of the Ivanpah solar plant is taking several measures to keep birds away from the deadly hot zone around the towers.

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  20. Warehouse supervisor Kevin Griffin stocks a bat display prior to a...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Warehouse supervisor Kevin Griffin stocks a bat display prior to a visit by U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer at Rawlings Adirondack Bat Factory on Friday July 29, 2016 in Dolgeville, N.Y. less Warehouse supervisor Kevin Griffin stocks a bat display prior to a visit by U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer at Rawlings Adirondack Bat Factory on Friday July 29, 2016 in Dolgeville, N.Y. less Plant manager Ron Vander Groef shows some of the ash wood bats for major league players in production at Rawlings Adirondack Bat Factory on Friday July 29, 2016 in Dolgeville, N.Y. less U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer shows his batter stance as he visits major league baseball bats manufacturer the Rawlings Adirondack Factory as he talks about stopping the spread of ash borers on Friday July ... more U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer visits major league baseball bats manufacturer the Rawlings Adirondack Factory to ... (more)

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