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A New Newsletter about Pets

Reddit Animals

Tuesday, I'm launching the first post of my newsletter - The Woof! It’s essentially Morning Brew for the pet industry Dogs, cats, fish, horses, bunnies, etc.

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Z. Alexander Brown: Uncaged – Cabernet Sauvignon (2017)

10,000 Birds

This bit of trivia was given in an article in my local bird club’s monthly newsletter about the ongoing breeding bird atlas in New York State. Just yesterday I learned that the Barn Owl ( Tyto alba ) is the only breeding bird found in New York that has been documented nesting in every month of the year.

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Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White Winners

10,000 Birds

Let’s find out who the lucky winners were… The first way to win a copy of Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White was simply to subscribe to the 10,000 Birds free daily email newsletter, a prize in and of itself! From a pool of over 800 subscribers, Mary White emerged victorious.

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Accessibility Matters II:  Birdability Q&A

10,000 Birds

Follow us on social media @birdability, sign up to our newsletter , and if you’d like to help us as we continue to grow as a brand new nonprofit and work to share the joys of birding with every body, each and every donation is appreciated. Just start!

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McKee Project Expands Work into Guatemala and Other Latin American Countries

Critter News

I recently subscribed to their newsletter which comes out in both Spanish and English versions. At the end of 2007, the World Society for the Protection of Animals selected the McKee Project to work on spay/neuter programs in Guatemala. Although they are best known for their work in Costa Rica, they also work in Mexico and Panama.

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Canadian Council Says Mouse Pain Study Was Ethical

Critter News

But he said in the case, the pain was necessary and scientifically justified.However, Leslie Norins, the publisher of the newsletter that led to the council's investigation, questioned Mogil's research methods. "No one likes putting animals in pain," said Mogil, who holds a Canada research chair in the genetics of pain.

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The Endangered Andean Flamingo

10,000 Birds

They produce an annual newsletter to tell readers the current status of several species. Foraging Andean Flamingo (Photo: Emily Chin – Flickr). Conservation organizations such as the Flamingo Specialist Group is actively trying to inform the public on the vulnerability of flamingos.

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