The Steller’s Sea Eagle, the one that made national news when it visited the South Coast last week, has seemingly flown the coop, having only been known to birdwatchers for a single day. I did not get to see it as a result. But the good news is that it’s Christmas Bird Count season, and we
All ten locations for where to find the golden skulls hidden in the Back 4 Blood campaign
Want to know where to find the golden skulls secrets in Back 4 Blood? There is one golden skull hidden in a secret place in each chapter of the game. While you don’t unlock anything other than
It’s a newly built house tapered like a corn crib, with a crooked floor plan and a haunted look that turns heads of those who travel on Heartwood Road.
Tom Weaver who built the place couldn’t be more pleased.
“They’re stopping to look at it,” he sa
“Chickens are hard to steal, they make a lot of noise. They must have done it before, it can’t have been the first time'
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A group of allotment owners are 'devastated' following the theft of a flock of chickens.
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Argentine tegus are breeding in multiple states after escape or release from captivity; biologists are concerned since they're voracious omnivores.
Deep in the Everglades, a voracious invader with attractive spotted scales is taking over. The Argentine black-and-white tegu, a large lizar
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COVID testing clinics coming to PNC Arena, Five County Stadium to help with demand
Charlotte child notifies parents of fire at senior neighbor's apartment
By Claire Marshall BBC Environment & Rural Affairs Correspondent
The UK's chief veterinary officer has told the BBC there is a "phenomenal level" of avian flu in the UK.
Tens of thousands of farmed birds have already been culled, as the " largest number of
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met with security officials on Monday to discuss an epidemic of bird flu that has killed vast numbers of wild and domestic fowl in Israel in recent days.
Bennett held talks Monday with security advisers, the National Security Council, and other professional
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When I was a young girl, I spent summers on my grandfather’s farm. After the school year ended in our small suburban town, our family of four packed the car with our clothes and not much else and drove to stay with my father’s father for
Hundreds of thousands of sick animals, whom we coldly refer to as “egg-layers,” are being executed in barbaric ways right now, while we’re busy worrying about a shortage of eggs. Thousands of migratory birds die after an arduous journey from the distant north, and our main concern is the