Butterflies leave Ontario with a little souvenir

Ellen Riggins, a naturalist living east of Dryden, in northwestern Ontario, took part this summer in a citizen science project that aims to study monarch butterfly migrations by tagging them….

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Return of bluefin tuna in Atlantic waters

While bluefin tuna is listed as an endangered species, some fishermen and scientists are observing its return to the Atlantic. So much so that US ocean managers have authorized an…

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Can coyotes and men cohabit?

There is more and more talk of observing coyotes in cities. Our journalists have seen this phenomenon emerge. They are also wondering about the best method to ensure peaceful coexistence…

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Punxsutawney Phil predicts long winter

Punxsutawney Phil is arguably the most famous groundhog in the United States. The weather predicting animal from Pennsylvania foretells whether winter will abruptly end or if it will continue for…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Lake Huron

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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This Lake in Canada’s North Is About to Fall Off a Cliff

As far as visible signs of the reported climate change that is affecting almost every area of the world are concerned, the fall of a small lake over a cliff…

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Mama Bear Brings Her Brood to the nearest NJ Pool for a Much-Needed Vacation

As if to prove that the northeast is enduring some serious summer heat, one mama bear decided that it was time to find a pleasant way to cool off and…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Great Lakes

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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Did BC Hiker Film Sasquatch?

A film taken by a Canadian man in 2012 has gone viral on YouTube. Myles Lamont photographed the possible Sasquatch while on a hike in the Tantalus Mountains two years…

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Two Missing Hikers Found, 2 Still Missing

Two of the four hikers lost in southwest Washington due to early season snowfall have been rescued. Search efforts continue for the two still missing. Matt Margiotta and Kyla Arnold were found…

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