The Rarest Bird In North America Could Make A Comeback With Some Much-Needed Help

The Rarest Bird In North America Could Make A Comeback With Some Much-Needed Help

Florida originally had eight different sparrows, living among tall grasses in dry prairies and swampy marshes from Central Florida to the Southern Everglades. Weakened by natural habitat loss from over development of Florida’s Dry Prairie Ecosystem, the song of these birds may soon go silent. As the Miami Herald reports, grasshopper sparrows are considered North […]

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Europe moves to protect deep-sea sites in Atlantic from bottom fishing

Europe moves to protect deep-sea sites in Atlantic from bottom fishing

BRUSSELS — On Sept. 15, the European Commission made a historic announcement: it will prohibit bottom fishing across 16,000 square kilometers, or 6,200 square miles — an area about half the size of Belgium — in waters controlled by the European Union in the northeast Atlantic Ocean. While some fisheries representatives have criticized the decision, […]

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PETA is Not Happy About Steven Spielberg’s Use of a Monkey in New Movie The Fablemans

PETA is Not Happy About Steven Spielberg’s Use of a Monkey in New Movie The Fablemans

Although Steven Spielberg’s new film, The Fablemans, won’t be out for a couple of months, there’s enough footage to already get the director in hot water with PETA. After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, The Fabelmans will be a semi-autobiography of Spielberg’s younger years and how he fell in love with film. The […]

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