EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – With 10 Borderland teams on a bye in week six, the schedule will be a little bit slimmer this Friday. Hopefully, the 9 Overtime Game of the Week won’t be. In a battle of two teams hoping to eventually secure one of the four playoff spots in District 1-6A, Coronado […]
Throwing thousands of baby puffins off a cliff is a yearly tradition for the people of Iceland's Westman Islands. It's part of what's known as "puffling season" and is a crucial life-saving endeavor.
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According to a report from the US Department on Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS), avian influenza cases are on the rise across US states, impacting both backyard and commercial flocks. Last Thursday, five cases were reported across four states. In Colorado, 1,150,000 table egg layers tested positive...
Ontario-based Brampton Wildlife Control company is redefining the wildlife removal space with its safe and unique solutions
From raccoons to skunks to squirrels, the company is known to provide long-lasting results. Brampton, Canada – Brampton Wildlife Control Inc., a leading wildlife removal company headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, has created a niche in this space through its innovative, safe, and humane solutions to remove wildlife from residential and commercial properties. The company has been redefining this segment and provides one-way door evictions, prevention, and exclusion services.
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. LANDOVER, Md. - They arrived early and in droves. They wore black and green jerseys and T-shirts that read: "No one likes us. We don't care." They flew flags - "You're in Eagles country!" - and sported beards dyed bright green. They put blowup dolls with the faces of the opposing quarterbacks in inappropriate positions and played the song "Apache" by the Sugarhill Gang, joking that they, unlike the Washington Commanders, could not be forced to give up everything Native American. They played cornhole and drank beer and grilled with friends and bad-mouthed former Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Research is underway to make sure planned wind turbines will be safe for birds. And Virginia lawmakers will have to wait a bit longer for new offices and meeting space in Richmond. Those have been among the most read stories over the past week at the Virginia Public Access Project's...
Victoria’s new Travel Nurse assignment - we made it to AZ! She’s got some great advice for anyone thinking about working as a Travel Nurse. ‘Project Good Start’ 2021 has been a blast but we’ve been constantly on the move for almost 3 weeks. We’ve seen so many new places and things in Texas, New Mexico and Colorado and now we’ve finally land in Yuma, AZ for the next 8 weeks. Loving the sunshine already! Before making it to the Grand Canyon State, we got an unexpected overnight snow storm in Durango, CO. To say the puppies enjoyed the snow would be and understatement (especially Oreo)! After an 8 hour drive (439 miles!), we spent a night in Phoenix and explored. We found this amazing park called Papago Park which in home to “Hole-In-The-Rock”, which offers great views of the city. We make it to Yuma, AZ the day before Victoria starts her new Travel Nursing assignment. She’s got some really good advice for travelers when it comes to getting comfortable working in a new location.