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Nature in the News contains interesting, entertaining and educational articles about wildlife, nature and ecology issues. This news page contains information on everything from Yosemite rock slides and mountain lion legislation, to global warming, climate change and tiny little hummingbirds.

If you aren't sure where you stand on the issues, don't feel alone. The world we live in becomes more complex every single day. Is the earth as fragile as some would have us believe or has it endured because it's quite resilient? You decide. These issues are not going away and will continue to plague us with complex problems that will require us all to make hard decisions.

You will find plenty of food for thought and information to contemplate. Be sure to check back often.

      
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neonnettle.com

by Jacky Murphy

May 17, 2017

Chemtrails are now being considered as a possible method to administer Flu Vaccine across the U.S. Aerosol spraying, otherwise, know as chemtrails are now being looked at an effective method. The FluMist nasal spray...

Sure, you've heard of nasal vaccines, like for Polio, but have you heard of the needle-free vaccine that's sprayed down on you from the sky? Remember the mass aerial spraying over Miami during the great Zika hoax recently? If you're worried about chemtrails and the mosquito truck spraying poison all over your neighborhood and your kids out playing in the yard, get ready for the most insane, involuntary, unauthorized, unconstitutional, unethical, unsafe, untested and immoral form of forced medication ever unleashed on a nation. And you thought fluoridated water was bad.

collective-evolution.com

May 17, 2017

"What basically seems to have happened - aluminium was not bioavailable, traditionally, in the world's biota until the Industrial Revolution, and so, it just had no place in any biochemical reaction that was normal."

"It shows up in so many products. Again, it's great stuff to make airplanes and computers out of, but it shows up in our food, it shows up in our water, it shows up in our air, it shows up in our medicines, including vaccines, it shows up in our antacids, and various things we take into our bodies. So we increasingly have this compound that is not part of any normal biochemical process, on Earth, for anything, that now can only go in and do havoc, which is exactly what it does. It causes all kinds of unusual biochemical reactions in the body, including in the brain."

myMotherLode.com

by Rebecca Miller-Cripps

May 14, 2017

Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 21 st, when UCCE Master Gardeners of Tuolumne County will host their twenty-second annual garden tour. This year's theme is "Over the Garden Gate," as we tour, "peeking into," various gardens from 10 until 3 pm.

Self-guiding tickets to four beautiful gardens, ranging from Ridgewood to downtown Sonora, are $10 per person; children 12 and under are free. Tickets are available in the Columbia area at Columbia Nursery on Parrotts Ferry Road and the Farmory near Columbia Airport. In Sonora, tickets can be purchased at Sonora Lumber on South Washington Street, Antiques, Etc. on North Washington Street and from the UCCE Office, 52 North Washington Street.

sacbee.com

by Ryan Sabalow

May 14, 2017

Winter isn't quite ready to release its snowy grip on the Sierra - even after record-breaking precipitation. On Tuesday, a cold storm is expected to blow in and drop snow levels to as low as 5,500 feet.

Tuesday, a cold storm is expected to blow in and drop snow levels to as low as 5,500 feet. In Sacramento, temperatures Tuesday will dip down to the mid 60s, with a 30 percent chance of showers.

goldrushcam.com

May 1, 2017

A bill authored by California Senator Tom Berryhill, R-Twain Harte, to promote fishing for all Californians unanimously passed the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee on Tuesday.

Currently, fishing licenses are based on a calendar-year cycle, with no extra time or prorated rates given for purchases made later in the season. SB-187, which is supported by groups representing nearly every type of Californian, would make fishing licenses valid for 12 months from the time of the purchase.

fukushimawatch.com

by Amy Goodrich

April 9, 2017

Marine fish provides 15 percent of all animal protein consumed by humans. Unfortunately, we may not have the luxury of eating fish much longer. While academics are forbidden, under threat, to share their findings on the actual health of the Pacific Ocean.

The oceans are slowly dying, and with them, a significant part of our food supply will disappear. Since the number of smaller marine life dramatically reduces every year, bigger predators are starving to death. The causes of the recent mass strandings and die-offs of marine life are numerous, ranging from overfishing and climate change to plastic pollution and radioactive contamination.

fullact.com

April 9, 2017

Following the catastrophic effects of Fukushima, now millions of Salmon are missing from the pacific ocean and are presumed dead.

Fears that ocean food chain has been damaged to the point that sea life could die off as a result. New data from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife have now found that Salmon numbers have dropped dramatically from the Sacramento River.

theguardian.com

by Damian Carrington

March 22, 2017

The record-breaking heat that made 2016 the hottest year ever recorded has continued into 2017, pushing the world into "truly uncharted territory", according to the World Meteorological Organisation.

Global warming is largely being driven by emissions from human activities, but a strong El Niño - a natural climate cycle - added to the heat in 2016. The El Niño is now waning, but the extremes continue to be seen, with temperature records tumbling in the US in February and polar heatwaves pushing ice cover to new lows.

yournewswire.com

March 21, 2017

Hundreds of millions of salmon are presumed dead along the US west coast amid fears that ocean life is being wiped out following Fukushima.

Worst Klamath chinook run on record forecast - The worst run forecast on record for the Klamath River's chinook salmon could close all salmon fishing along most of the Oregon Coast this summer...

nbc4i.com

February 17, 2017

The Cincinnati Zoo says one of three Malayan tiger cubs at its nursery has been treated by a chiropractor.

The zoo says one of the newborn cubs was having trouble holding its head up. A chiropractor determined the cub's top cervical bone was out of alignment. After three adjustments, the cub's neck and spine are back in place.

      
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