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American Songbirds Are Being Wiped Out by Banned Pesticides and Loss of Habitat for Biofuel Corn Crops

The number of migratory songbirds returning to North America has gone into sharp decline due to the unregulated use of highly toxic pesticides and other chemicals across Latin America.
Bizarro Earth

Report: West warming faster than the rest of country

Summit County, Colorado - The Colorado River Basin is heating up faster than nearly any other part of North America, with potentially serious consequences for the region's economy and environment.
Better Earth

Climate Change: BBC censors Harrabin



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Happy birthday! Alaska Volcano Observatory celebrates 20 years

The Alaska Volcano Observatory marks its 20th anniversary this year, commemorating its contribution to the safety and well-being of the state's residents while studying the natural science and wonder of volcanoes.

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Mt. Spurr eruption of 1992
Frog

Creature feature: At Crossroads of Compass - Costa Rica

Arenal National Park, Costa Rica - A crown of streaming clouds flowed off the cone of Costa Rica's Arenal volcano. A sound like thunder shook the air.

Standing in a lava field about three kilometres from the mountainside, I watched boulders the size of Chevy Suburbans fly out of the clouds and tumble down the grey and black slope.

Kelly Burns
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The Arenal Volcano during a sunset.
Bizarro Earth

U.S. Forest Service: Colorado aspen trees are 'starving to death'

Summit County, Colorado - Growing evidence shows drought conditions are killing Colorado's aspens at an unprecedented rate.

More than 56,000 acres of aspens have recently died in the state, according to a paper published by a group of Forest Service scientists last year.

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Aerial view of a forest of Aspen trees, Aspen, Colorado, USA
Cloud Lightning

India: Lightning kills two troopers in Tripura

At least two paramilitary personnel were killed and eight injured in separate lightning strikes in the north-eastern state of Tripura, officials here said Saturday. "A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan Subhash Singh, 48, of Allahabad died on the spot and three troopers were seriously injured when lightning struck at Bhabanipur, 60 km west of here," an official said.

He said another lightning strike killed a Tripura State Rifles (TSR) personnel Dhirendra Malakar, 45, and injured another jawan at the Dhalai district headquarter town of Ambassa, 90 km north of here.
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US, North Carolina: Mysterious disorder impacts some area beekeepers, others faring well

Beekeeping hobbyist Tom Hill's eight hives have faired poorly this year. Only three survive and two of those are not strong.

In the hives that are weakened, no dead bees are actually found in the hive and not all the bees have died. A tiny cluster of living bees survives, but they are lethargic.

For example, Hill said the bees would not sting you if you stuck your hand in the hive.

They could recover if there is no big freeze this year. If a freeze does occur though, there are not enough bees for the hive to stay warm and the rest will die.

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Property across the road from Franklin High School will be the site of Cross the Road Ministries Youth Center
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US, Tennessee: Torrential rains trigger street flooding, accidents and rising rivers

Torrential rains are falling across Western and Middle Tennessee today, periodic downpours alternating with brief glimpses of blue sky, with in essence only a moment's breathing room. The effects of the rain are already being felt, not the least of which is a car accident that may or may not be attributable to insufficient or ineffecient storm drain problems at the intersection of Riverside Drive and Thomas Street.

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Uzumma, newly named Woodland Park Zoo gorilla

A western lowland gorilla was born Saturday about 3:30 a.m. (PST) at Woodland Park Zoo. The newborn represents the twelfth successful gorilla birth for the zoo and the third offspring between 37-year-old Amanda and the father, 28-year-old Vip. The infant is a female.

And her name is...Uzumma!

Andy Rogers
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Uzumma, a 5-month-old female western lowland gorilla, relaxes on her mother's chest after the announcement of her new name at the Woodland Park Zoo Friday, April 4, 2008
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