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Crows — Smart Way To Signal Spring — Dave’s Diary

I heard my first robin yesterday. Turdus migratorius has a distinctive sound which is a sure sign of spring.  But robins aren’t the only aerial arrivals to signal the end to winter. Crows--big, black and loud--crows are everywhere and they are smarter than you think.

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Fascinating Facts About Nature’s Creatures — Dave’s Diary

My family and I have seen a number of great holiday movies recently and enjoyed them all.  We love the previews for coming attractions too and a future flick that looks amazing is a new Disney movie about the life of bears.  It features fabulous photography and an engrossing story-- which brings to mind the many fascinating features of nature’s creatures.

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Buck Shreck / Barcroft USA / Getty Images
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Cougars Study Bears to Find Healthier Humans — Dave’s Diary

Researchers at W.S.U. are working on the perfect Christmas present.  If it’s all you want for Christmas—the ability to eat whatever you want without having to worry about getting fat or developing heart disease I have some good news and some bad news

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New York Aquarium Prepares To Re-Open After Hurricane Sandy
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What Your Choice of Animal Says About You — Dave’s Diary

Cosmopolitan magazine is the latest source for one of those “what your choice of “fill in the blank” says about you. This time around the author of  "The Secret Psychology Of  How We Fall In Love” says your animal of choice reveals your desires!

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Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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America’s Most Deadly Creatures — Dave’s Diary

I just read a story about a guy who almost died while showing off for his drinking buddies when his “pet” rattlesnake bit him inside his mouth.  News flash sir.  It’s a snake—a poisonous snake!  They don’t make warm pet-like attachments.  They are cold blooded and the only attachments they make are when their fangs puncture you!

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Ten Most Painful Stings on the Planet — Dave’s Diary

With about two weeks until Labor Day many of us will be planning one last trip into the great outdoors—giving us all one more chance to face the ten most painful stings on the planet!

Most of us will have felt the pain of a bee sting. Luckily most of

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Flickr, USFWS Headquarters
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Idaho Fires Slightly More Contained

Firefighters in Idaho are making slow progress toward containing two large complexes of wildfires under difficult conditions.

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Flickr, UncleJoe69
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Potential High Growth for Goldendale Fire

More than 17,000 acres have burned in the wildfire near Goldendale, Washington with 144 structures threatened, but none have been damaged.

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Salmon Return to Cle Elum Lake

The Yakama Nation is celebrating the return of sockeye salmon into a lake on the east slope of the Cascade Mountains where they were eliminated decades ago.

Biologists released 1,000 fish into Cle Elum Lake in Central Washington in summer 2009, and those fish swam up the Cle Elum River that fall to spawn

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Flickr, www.frontendeveloper.com
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“Oh-la-la” Hummingbird and Butterfly Madness Event Coming to Yakima

The Wisconsin-native gardener, Ciscoe Morris, is coming to the Yakima Area Arboretum for a hummingbird and butterfly event on Tuesday, July 9 as posted on the arboretum's website.

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