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Southold, NYNews 12

Pair of black swans spotted in Southold rescued

A pair of black swans were spotted by Southold residents recently – a sight not usually seen on Long Island. The birds native to Australia we're spotted swimming in a creek, where Southold residents worked with Long Island Orchestrating for Nature to rescue the male and female swans last week.
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Oklahoma StateKAKE TV

Three men charged in Oklahoma animal cruelty case

NORMAN, Oklahoma (KOCO) -- Three men have been charged in an animal cruelty case out of Norman. Hundreds of exotic animals, including kangaroos, camels and ostriches, were found severely malnourished – some to the point of eating the bark off trees. In late April, authorities removed more than 350 animals...
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Mighty Dragons Return To Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Games Workshop dropped another surprise this week. Warhammer Age Of Sigmar has featured the Dracoths and Stardrakes up until this point as allies of the Stormcast Eternals but now they are bringing the mighty Draconith back to The Mortal Realms. Krondys, Son Of Dracothion // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar. Shop...
Audubon, NJAtlantic City Press

New Jersey Audubon’s Discovery Kids Camp Connects Kids with Nature

CAPE MAY — Children laughed and ran barefoot through the grass of the Nature Center here Monday as they played a lively game of “sharks and minnows.”. On the center’s lawn were tents and benches ready for them to occupy. Across the street was the Cape May Harbor, where kayaks sat waiting for them, too, while nearby, a building with fish tanks and marine life awaited their discovery.
Worldarkeonews.net

Persian water goddess “Anahita”

Anahita was pre-Islamic Iran’s most important goddess. Her status was unrivaled by any other Iranian goddess throughout the course of three successive Iranian empires over a period of a thousand years, stemming from her roots as an ancient Indo-European water deity. She was also the protector of the righteous kings,...
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Genshin Impact: How to solve the Tidal Flats Puzzle

The most recent update of Genshin Impact has several puzzles, let's see how to solve the Tidal Flats puzzle. This is just another puzzle that we get in this update and that can only be executed after having completed the Mission of Cleaning Ritual of the Sacred Sakura, in this sense, we must be prepared to carry out a task in a certain order.
Santa Fe, NMSantafe New Mexican.com

Picturesque Jemez Falls offers a welcome respite from summer heat

Bicentennial Pool’s closure for repairs was the bummer of the summer in Santa Fe, but thankfully New Mexico is a state with diverse topographies, including space for one of my personal favorites: swimming holes. Jemez Falls was a little more than an hour’s drive from the city and well worth...
Chicago, ILfiorreports.com

Photo stations in parks in the area aren’t for selfies, it’s community science to track environmental changes | Chicago News

Nobody has the ability to keep an eye on a natural area to see changes over time, but what about an army of community scientists and their smartphones?. That is the premise of the Chronolog monitoring tool, in which photo stations are set up at designated locations in parks or nature reserves. Site visitors put their phone in the cradle provided – to make sure all images are geocoordinated – take a photo and email it to Chronolog. The images are then put together in a continuous time-lapse series. The more people participate, the more completely an image is presented.
Traveljetlaggin.com

Cool Off with the Best US Swimming Holes

Grab your swimsuit, pack a towel and don’t forget your friends and family and let’s get wet!. Summer is just around the corner and with rising temperatures it’s time to find some places to cool off. Unfortunately not everyone lives close to an ocean, so some of us have to find alternative swimming holes. Grab your swimsuit, pack a towel and don’t forget your friends and family and let’s get wet! We found the best swimming holes around the country so you can cool down in style.
Norman, OKamsnbc.com

Three men charged in Norman animal cruelty case

Three men have been charged in an animal cruelty case out of Norman.Hundreds of exotic animals, including kangaroos, camels and ostriches, were found severely malnourished – some to the point of eating the bark off trees. In late April, authorities removed more than 350 animals from the East Norman property while executing a search warrant.Police said most of the animals were deprived of food and water and lived in deplorable conditions.“We’re talking about animals as small as cockatoos, various bird species and reptiles, all the way up to camels,” Norman Police spokeswoman Sarah Jensen said. “Investigators began to notice reoccurring trends with all of these animals that they were extremely malnourished a lot of them were dehydrated they didn’t have access to water that wasn’t covered in mold.”Police said four animals died and a number of animals needed veterinary care.The owners of the property, 41-year-old Aaron Stachmus and 31-year-old Bryson Anglin have been charged with 18 counts of animal cruelty. Also charged is 37-year-old Mark Parker, the man they hired to take care of the animals. Court documents show he told investigators he was only in charge of feeding and providing water to the large animals on the property – not the smaller ones.“But even those large animals were still showing signs of malnourishment,” Jensen said.Police also said the owners were already under investigation by the city because of the exotic animals they kept illegally. “They were working with the city to have these animals relocated to an area that would be appropriate and within city ordinance,” Jensen said.Officials said the animals have been moved to sanctuaries and rescues across the state.
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