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  1. Sydney light display highlights conservation and wildlife protectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | ABC News

    Sydney will be transformed via a spectacular display of light, creativity, music and ideas as the Vivid festival kicks off tonight. Artists and collectives have collaborated to put together what's described as the biggest light show in the world, with many sculptures this year focusing on the importance of conservation and the protection of wildlife.


  2. Water level, and optimism, rise at famed Idaho fishing creekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Washington Times

    The reputation of what is generally considered Idaho's premier and nationally renowned fly fishing destination has taken a beating after three years of drought, but Silver Creek could get its groove back this season as abundant water fills its channels. With the fishing season opening this weekend, anglers hope the resurgence draws brown and rainbow trout to bite artificial flies dancing on the stream's mirror-smooth surface.


  3. Make Mahi for a hoboRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | North Carolina Sportsman

    Everything changes during May. Spring fishing along our coasts may get started a little earlier some years, but it still tends to build during May. The weather gets more consistent, which certainly helps the fishing. The days are warm and often border on hot, and fishing may also escalate to hot, especially in the Gulf Stream.


  4. Crop protection firm buys weather companyRead the original story

    Thursday May 25 | The Western Producer

    As agronomists watch the geographic spread of resistance on their computer screen, they know exactly where they should go with new products. It makes very good use of new chemical technology because you only spray where it's needed - Joe Russo ZedX founder In the competitive world of ag fungicides, it's logical that the company providing its customers with the most precisely tuned application recommendations should have an advantage in the marketplace.


  5. Cicadas Arrive Early In IndianaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    "They are actually four years ahead of time," says Lee Townsend, an entomologist at the University of Kentucky. "There's a group of them that have gotten out of sequence, and that's what we're seeing now."


  6. DNR Says Don't Plant Bradford Pear TreesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 24 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    ... tree but they're also a nuisance that can spread. Megan Abraham is the director of the DNR's Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology. She says that over time the different varieties of the ornamental pear trees have cross-pollinated and that's ...


  7. Latest report on honeybees, neonic insecticidesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | Southwest Farm Press

    ... Insecticide can settle up to 100 meters from the edge of planted fields. Krupke; Jeff Holland, also of Purdue Entomology; Elizabeth Long, Ohio State University; and Brian Eitzer with the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station found insecticides ...


  8. WildlifeRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2016 | Lakeland Times

    The Nicolet Bird Club of Three Lakes will host the fifth annual Bird Fest celebration in honor of International Migratory Bird Day. Thursday, May 18, 2017 A bat disease that has raced across the eastern U.S. and Canada, killing upwards of 7 million bats, is following the same pattern in Wisconsin according to winter hibernacula surveys.


  9. Saudi Arabia's King Salman Eases 'Guardianship' Rules Against Women?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2015 | New Urban Legends

    Sign up for the Snopes.com newsletter and get daily updates on all the best rumors, news and legends delivered straight to your inbox. Know of a rumor you want investigated? Press related inquiry? Lonely and just want to chat? Select from one of these options to get in touch with us: An order from the Saudi king allows women access to more services, barring a previous 'regulatory obligation' that requires them to have male guardianship.


  10. Biological control seen as combo tool with syntheticsRead the original story

    Thursday May 25 | The Western Producer

    With a price tag of nearly $300 million to develop a synthetic chemistry, crop science companies have shifted research dollars toward biological pest control products.a "It's challenging to come up with complete solutions, based on just biologicals," said Wayne Barton, manager of research and commercial development for BASF Canada.a In 2016, Phillips McDougall, a British consultancy, released a report on the research and development cost to commercialize a synthetic crop protection product.


  11. A tiny tick can be dangerous.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Lebanon Democrat

    A new tick-borne disease that is more serious than Lyme Disease is prompting warnings from health care officials for outdoorsmen to take precautions. The virus is called Powassan and is spread to humans through tick bites.


  12. High Performance SparkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | O'Reilly

    With Early Release ebooks, you get books in their earliest form-the author's raw and unedited content as he or she writes-so you can take advantage of these technologies long before the official release of these titles. You'll also receive updates when significant changes are made, new chapters are available, and the final ebook bundle is released.


  13. Salt-caked black rhino is a striking apparitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | TreeHugger

    Once thriving throughout sub-Saharan Africa, relentless hunting by European settlers reduced black rhino numbers dramatically - by the late 1960s they were gone from many countries and only about 70,000 remained in all of Africa. And then the 1970s came and the poaching began.


  14. Churches to offer fun ways to learn during vacation Bible schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | St. Petersburg Times

    Vacation Bible school programs being offered by local churches this summer will offer children opportunities to travel through time and to unique destinations. Whether exploring outer space or beneath the sea, visiting a rainforest or the Wild West or bundling up for a mission in the Arctic, children will find new ways to learn about the Bible.


  15. Festiva Events - Friday, May 26 - Sunday, May 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | TheMonitor.com

    HAVE AN EVENT COMING UP? Submit your information to [email protected] by 5 p.m. Monday to be considered for the following Friday. The club pays tribute to one of the greatest MCs of all time, the Mad Man of Rap, Eminem, along with his idol/mentor/producer, hip-hop icon Dr. Dre.


  16. Take Two: Former Shreveport Pirates assistant resets on CFL with ArgosRead the original story

    Thursday May 25 | CFL.ca

    It's a safe bet that 23 years after his last CFL experience, Kerry Locklin will have a better go-round with the Toronto Argonauts. Locklin, who's in charge of the Argos' defensive line this season, last set foot on a CFL field in 1994 as the assistant head coach of the Shreveport Pirates.


  17. Tick bite temporarily paralyzes 3-year-oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | KNOE-TV Monroe

    A normal bedtime routine turned into a trip to the emergency room for an Oregon couple and their 3-year-old after she experienced partial paralysis because of a tick bite. Amanda Lewis of La Grande described the scare on Facebook, saying her daughter, Evelyn, became fussy after a bath on May 12 and couldn't stand.


  18. DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE: Another insight on PSFK for MembersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | PSFK

    Called the 'Fitbit for Bees,' Hivemind was developed in New Zealand as a way to keep better track of the bee population Hivemind , a beekeeping innovation company in New Zealand, has developed technology that allows beekeepers to keep track of hives remotely. As beekeepers and scientists around the world study what we can do to keep bee populations-an essential and threatened part of our ecosystem-alive and pollinating, analyzing data from beehives around the world to see which ones have good upkeep and which ones do not can provide valuable insights.


  19. Survey Finds US Honeybee Losses Improve from Horrible to BadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | News Max

    There's a glimmer of hope for America's ailing honeybees as winter losses were the lowest in more than a decade, according to a U.S. survey of beekeepers released Thursday. Beekeepers lost 21 percent of their colonies over last winter, the annual Bee Informed Partnership survey found.


  20. High Peaks safety warnings for Memorial Day weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Albany Times Union

    Planning a holiday weekend hike in the Adirondacks? Brush up on your High Peaks safety warnings, compiled by the state Department of Environmental Conservation : Weather: Forecasts and conditions can and do change quickly. Check the National Weather Service Forecast and be prepared for the predicted conditions.