Yellowstone science forecasts climate change crunch for amphibians | Montana Untamed



Columbia spotted frog

The Columbia spotted frog went locally extinct at a wetland near Fishing Bridge. A scientist’s 1950s study of the population provided the baseline data for future scientists to document the frog’s decline.




Mention Yellowstone National Park and amphibians aren’t likely to leap to mind. Yet the frogs, toads and salamanders that live in the 3,500-square miles of protected landscape are indicators of the park’s health, as

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How 2020 has revived the once-dying sport of hunting

The year 2020 brought with it a global pandemic, a wave of unprecedented riots and protests across the county, lingering questions over the funding of police departments, and an unsettling sense of the unknown — prompting a massive hike in gun sales in every U.S. state.

Yet the buying spree wasn’t only ignited in a desire for extra personal defense and security. The year also saw a surge in those

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Yellowstone science forecasts climate change crunch for amphibians | Outdoors



Columbia spotted frog

The Columbia spotted frog went locally extinct at a wetland near Fishing Bridge. A scientist’s 1950s study of the population provided the baseline data for future scientists to document the frog’s decline.




Mention Yellowstone National Park and amphibians aren’t likely to leap to mind. Yet the frogs, toads and salamanders that live in the 3,500-square miles of protected landscape are indicators of the park’s health, as

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50-acre Sycamore Creek Farm preserved in Hopewell

the 50-acre Sycamore Creek Farm owned by Tony and Patti Cifelli in Hopewell has been designated for permanent preservation, the D&R Greenway Land Trust has announced.

Tony and Patti Cifelli raised their two children on the land. With the couple’s recent move to North Carolina, son Pete purchased the farm from his parents.

A forest of majestic trees, a stone wall and Christmas fern adjoins acres of farm fields. On

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Liberty State Park public meetings, web design classes, astronomy shows | Upcoming

Public meetings for Liberty State Park go virtual

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has scheduled two public meetings to provide time for in-depth discussion and feedback on the remediation of the interior section of Liberty State Park and the options for active recreation development.

The virtual meeting for Remediation of the Interior of Liberty State Park will take place on Thursday, Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. Register

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Fun things to do with kids in Amsterdam

Fun things to do with kids in Amsterdam

In so many instances, we pint Amsterdam as a city of grown-ups. But should you travel to Amsterdam with kids? YES! There are so many kid-friendly activities for you to do.

Here are some of our favourite things to do in Amsterdam with your kiddos.

1. NEMO Science Center

This science center is the biggest in the Netherlands. It’s been open since 1998 and is housed in a unique ship-shaped … Read More

Tired of waiting on the government, hungry Americans turn to each other for help

“Well this is an improvement,” said Robinson, who over the past month has returned to the refrigerator for lunch three times a week. “Especially because my husband passed and he was the cook in my house.”

Amid soaring need and an eight-month absence of additional federal relief, vulnerable Americans have turned to each other to make ends meet. They have set up grass-roots networks with food pantries, resource delivery systems

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