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[VIDEO] The Day Orange Snow Fell From The Sky

Here in Canada we are very familar with the white stuff. Other parts of the world get their fair share of it too, but on this day it fell with a hint of Orange.

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Vankleek Hill And District Nature Society “Conservation Through Education”

  Speaker: David Miller,  Executive Director of the Algonquin to Adirondack Collaborative   Topic: Review the nature and significance of the Algonquin to Adirondacks under the aspect of: Conservation Action Planning The International A2A Trail Canada/USA Road Ecology   When: Nov. 21st. 2016 Time:

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Adding Plants From The Echinacea Family To Your Garden

If there is one family of perennial flowering plants that deserves a good look it is the ‘purple cone flower’ or Echinacea family.   I can’t think of one family of plants that has had more new, exciting, gorgeous varieties

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What’s That Strange Sound Coming From The Caribbean Sea?

Even if you listened carefully, you wouldn’t be able to hear the strange sound researchers recently detected coming from the Caribbean Sea.   The sound is too low-pitched for humans to hear, but University of Liverpool ocean scientists say this

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