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  • VIDEO: Monarch Butterflies Tagged, Released to Rebuild Population

    Monarch butterflies, known through the U.S. for their beautiful orange and black pattern, are in trouble. In July monarchs were classified as endangered, with drastically dropping populations.

    Chesapeake Bay Magazine
  • Conservatives Against Conservation

    The concrete parking lot was radiating heat outside of Mercury Studios in Irving, home of notoriously weepy conservative pundit Glenn Beck’s media empire. A faux colonnade painted on one side of an otherwise unremarkable building presaged the menagerie of kitschy Americana inside, where the far-right True Texas Project was about to hold a meeting. Headlining […]

    The Texas Observer
  • Topeka Zoo business partners appreciation night

    TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Topeka Zoo and Conservation Center held a donor appreciation night for the business community. "Tonight, the Topeka Zoo is hosting our annual dinner for all of our business partners. It's a great celebration because it is our opportunity to take a minute and thank so many of our business and corporate []

    KSNT 27 News
  • Local students release Monarch butterflies after they transform

    After watching their transformation, local students release Monarch butterflies into the wild. Watch and hear from the students!

    KOAM
  • Butterflies in the Pass Monarch Festival at War Memorial Park

    Butterflies in the Park Monarch Festival is happening this weekend. The festival takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at War Memorial Park. Wendy Allard is in studio with more. Tags: Butterflies in the Pass

    WXXV News 25
  • Proposed Performing Arts Center has big price tag

    PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) -- Wilson Butler Architects proposed its conceptual design for the new Panama City Performing Arts and Events Center at the city's workshop on Tuesday. The design features large windows for the waterfront views, an outdoor market, a theatre that can seat 1,600 people or accommodate standing room for 3,000. Officials said []

    mypanhandle.com
  • Brandy For Butterflies At Copper & Kings Supports Local Conservation

    Support local nature conservation while celebrating the fall migration of the Monarch butterfly at Brandy for Butterflies. This summer the International Union for Conservation of Nature put the eastern migratory Monarch butterfly on the endangered species list. Over the last 30 years, the species has decreased by more than 80% due to habitat loss, climate … Continued

    LEO Weekly