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October 2014

Room For Peace - October 28, 2014
Bringing countries together to protect our natural environment looks good on paper. Real good, in fact. The book, "Peace Park" is a collection of articles written by experts on global conservation. It makes a strong case for creating ...

Protecting The Puffin - October 27, 2014
Saving the puffins is a tough job. But folks in Maine miss the colorful little birds resembling miniature penguins that can fly. Still plentiful throughout the rest of their North American habitat, they were hunted to extinction there. So in 19...

Habitat Corridors Not Always Coolest - October 24, 2014
Imagine trying to get home by running across a busy freeway. Without a walkway, a stoplight or a crosswalk, it could be a dangerous adventure. Well, habitat corridors are a way that humans have attempted to help wildlife navigate through urban develo...

Energy From Barnyard Waste - October 23, 2014
Forget Chicken Little's paranoid delusions about the sky falling. With chicken litter, we really do have a problem. More than 5.6 million tons of it, actually. That's how much is made each year in the U.S. And the question is, what do we...

Creek Cleaning - October 22, 2014
The fine folks of Omak, Washington, found themselves up a creek recently. Cleaning it up. By the time they were through, they'd hauled almost two tons of junk out of Bonaparte Creek where -- you name it, they found it: A lawnmower, microwa...

Root And Tillage - October 21, 2014
Farmers, start your vacations. Because after crops come in, you can leave the debris where it is and let microbes do the rest. By feeding on the leftovers, bacteria increase organic material in soil, improving its quality and productivity in the p...

Save The Butterflies - October 20, 2014
The Fritillaries are frittering away! There's the Marsh Fritillary. The Pearl-bordered Fritillary. And the most endangered fritillary of them all, the High Brown Fritillary. They're all butterflies, which, according to the British But...

Penguin Poo At Pole Polluted - October 17, 2014
If you're wondering how our penguin friends in the Antarctic are doing these days, here are the cold, hard facts. Their poo is getting mighty polluted. Scientists have long known that organic pollutants from pesticides and fire retardants ...

Tuna Tagging - October 16, 2014
Hello, Bluefin Tuna. Tag, you're it! No, you're really it -- you are among the last of a species that once thrived throughout the Atlantic. And so, today, teams of marine scientists are busy tagging Bluefins. By learning more about th...

Dust Bowl Survivor - October 15, 2014
Sunday, April 14th, 1935, mid-afternoon: A monstrous black dust cloud quickly forms over southwest Kansas -- and within minutes, people were running for their lives. It was a dust storm to remember. The droughts that can lead to dust storms are...

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