Archivos de Diario para mayo 2019

06 de mayo de 2019

Valley Center gopher snake lover gets a reaction.

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Red-legged frogs thriving in Yosemite after long absence.

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — Red-legged frogs made famous by Mark Twain are thriving in Yosemite Valley after a decades-long absence.

https://kmph.com/news/local/red-legged-frogs-thriving-in-yosemite-after-long-absence

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13 de mayo de 2019

Rattlesnake season is here: Things you should and should not do if you get bit.

REDDING, Calif. — As warmer weather moves in to the Northstate, snake activity is increasing which means more human encounters are likely to happen.

https://krcrtv.com/news/shasta-county/rattlesnake-season-is-here-things-you-should-and-should-not-do-if-you-get-bit

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20 de mayo de 2019

Lawsuit Launched to Protect Rare Salamander in California, Oregon.

SAN FRANCISCO— Conservation groups today filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to respond to a 2018 petition for Endangered Species Act protection for the Siskiyou Mountains salamander.

https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/news/press_releases/2019/siskiyou-mountains-salamader-04-22-2019.php

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Lawsuit Launched to Protect Rare Salamander in California, Oregon.

SAN FRANCISCO— Conservation groups today filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to respond to a 2018 petition for Endangered Species Act protection for the Siskiyou Mountains salamander.

https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/news/press_releases/2019/siskiyou-mountains-salamader-04-22-2019.php

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21 de mayo de 2019

$150 million Seal Beach naval project would change the way sea turtles travel to the ocean.

Jeff Seminoff, marine ecologist and leader of the NOAA’s Marine Turtle Ecology and Assessment Program at the Southwest Fishery Science Center in La Jolla, and his team, are working with Navy biologists to study the turtles’ habitat and lifestyle.

https://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/2019/05/21/150-million-seal-beach-naval-project-would-change-the-way-sea-turtles-travel-to-the-ocean/

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