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Migratory monarch butterfly is now on the endangered species list

There are few things more beautiful and serene in spring and summer in Iowa than watching a migratory monarch butterfly in action. Unfortunately, they have just been added to the international endangered list. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) added the migrating monarch butterfly to its “red list” and also described it as …

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Could the fall be around the corner? Cicadas say that | social communication

Folklore says that when locusts or cicadas begin to sing in the evening, fall or fall is only six weeks away. In meteorological terms, September 1 begins the fall season. In astrological terms, the first day of autumn is September 22nd. Two weeks before the weekends, around July 16, I heard cicadas singing. Based on …

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Whales breaching the shores of Plymouth attract crowds

Great white sharks get most of the press in Massachusetts this time of year when they migrate to the coastal waters around Cape Cod in search of tasty little seals, but the sharks are outnumbered by whales seen swimming and smashing into Manomet Point in Plymouth. Month. Like sharks, whales – mostly humpback whales – …

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Frances Mallmann is the king of outdoor cooking. But he still has work to do.

”]“renderIntial”: true, “wordCount”: 350}”> You spend a lot of time on La Isla looking around: a 360-degree panorama of water surrounded by dense forests topped with jagged peaks and broad hills with occasional ice drifts creeping down. The lake, which lives up to its name, looks like a hammered silver, shiny surface that sometimes features …

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US research finds that neighbors may want to talk about the climate, but rarely do

If you’re reluctant to talk to your neighbors about climate change, a number of recent studies suggest they’re likely to be willing to talk — as long as you’re willing to really listen, not lecture, and maintain the focus locally. Although it is increasingly in the news, the climate crisis is not discussed much by …

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Atlanta home entertainment pioneer adds patio furniture line, hosts free 7/30 . outdoor cooking event

Open to the public, the event will include tips and grilling shows from Louisiana Grills and Alpha pizza ovens AtlantaAnd the July 22 2022 /PRNewswire/ – The South’s Largest Home Entertainment, Atlanta The premiere provider of timeless home entertainment products today announced that it will showcase its new line of outdoor furnishings and cooking equipment …

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How Long Do Cicadas Live, Anyway? The answer may surprise you

For those who make their homes east of the Mississippi, the sound of cicadas is synonymous with summer—for better or worse. In certain years, the summer months are marked by the re-emergence of the periodic cicada (the annual cicada appears every year between April and May). The more attentive among us the more likely it …

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“Cultivation” of insects is the solution to ensuring food security for humanity?

Christophe LavellAnd the National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) In January 2021, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its first assessment of food products derived from insects. Its experts evaluated the appropriateness of safely eating dried mealworm larvae (Tenbrio Moluska), called mealworms because of their taste for grain flour. Consumption of insects is also …

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