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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Coming Together for Clean Water Discussion Forum http://blog.epa.gov/waterforum/ EcoTone http://www.esa.org/esablog/ecology-and-society/from-the-community-ecology-influencing-art/

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“Doesn’t the crane whoop in celebration The honker honk in celebration The otter dive and slide in celebration They coyote bark in celebration The buffalo paw and grunt in celebration?” –Terry Russell, On the Loose The White House is planning … Continue reading

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Marsh madness: Identifying duck-like waterfowl http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10080/ 1044208-358.stm New Participation Guidebook on Delaware Wetlands http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/News/Pages/Newpublicparticipation guidebookprovidesactions.aspx Beavers: The Engineers of the Forest By Jennifer Weeks – Smithsonian Magazine – March 16, 2010 Back from the brink of extinction, the beavers of … Continue reading

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Every year March 22 is a special day around the world.  It is the day the United Nations has designated as World Water Day beginning back in 1993.  Each year there are events, reports and numerous news stories published in … Continue reading

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Women in Wetlands   http://womeninwetlands.blogspot.com/ 2010/03/since-its-st.html

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Spring is well underway throughout many parts of the country.  The flower shows with their displays of vibrant color inspire gardeners like me to start shadowing the local nurseries in search of interesting shrubs and trees.  This weekend New England … Continue reading

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The Clean Water Act and the economics of ambiguity NPR – March 3, 2010 http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wkms/ news.newsmain/article/1/0/1620221/WKMS. Local.Features/Why.migratory.waterfowl.may.abandon.Ohio.River

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D’you see that bird? It’s called an Eagle, But since it’s little it has another name, A Sparrow, And on Christmas and Thanksgiving We eat them. To loosen the bark to make the tree grow faster. Clouds can make the … Continue reading

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Laguna Creek Wetlands Salamander By Paul Dale Roberts – Chronicles of a Ghostwriter/Ghosthunter This is a funny blog – not serious (the photo is a Chinese Giant Salamander, not native to CA) http://www.sacramentopress.com/headline/22632/Laguna_Creek_Wetlands_Salamander

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Every year the Association of State Wetland Managers fields enquiries from states about how specific challenges have been addressed.  One state wants to know what the other states charge for permitting fees.  One state wants to know if other states … Continue reading

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