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Supporting Nature Spotlight: To Help Birds This Winter, Go Easy on Fall Yard Work

Audubon Society: To Help Birds This Winter, Go Easy on Fall Yard Work  A manicured lawn might look nice, but messy is better for birds and bugs. By Andy McGlashen October 06, 2017 Blue Jays and other birds find more winter food in “messy” backyards. Photo: Laura Frazier/Audubon Photography Awards Find Your Bird-Friendly Plants Native

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Happy Thanksgiving Mother Nature: Nature Spotlight: Help Birds this winter

The Endangered Species Act is under attack by the current administration to support rich corporations who want to pollute with abandon. Birds and other species are lurching towards extinction. Want to help them and enjoy their gifts and layers of joy they bring to our lives? Make some homemade suet. Audubon Society: Make Your Own

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The Trump administration is reportedly following industry “scripts” in rolling back oil and gas drilling restrictions

Climate change denier in chief….. The Trump administration is reportedly following industry “scripts” in rolling back oil and gas drilling restrictions It’s loosening environmental regulations to auction off huge amounts of land for drilling. By Emily Stewart Oct 28, 2018, 12:20pm EDT A fracking site in Midland, Texas in 2016.Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images The

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Large scale Oak woodland destruction Sonoma County

“Piecemealing” projects is illegal according to CEQA. This project CEQA should have applied here. “A level I Vineyard permit was issued last Fall and 17 ACRES of oaks were destroyed.  Now the applicant is seeking to cut another 50 ACRES of oaks.  There is a third phase anticipated.” Large scale Oak woodland destruction Sonoma County

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