Jordan Peele’s Nope – 8 Things We Learned From The Documentary

Nopethe ultimate terror of mind jordan peeleit is available now on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital through Universal. Among the special features is Shadows: The Creation of Nopea 56-minute behind-the-scenes report that provides valuable insight into the production. In addition to key cast and crew members, some “below the line” workers are interviewed … Read more

Coyotes, predators get defenders at Camilla Fox and Project Coyote

As a child, Camilla Fox showed a keen interest in wildlife. But while others her age wanted to help kittens, puppies, and butterflies, Ella Fox leaned toward apex predators, animals often as feared as they are misunderstood. Influenced by both her mother, who taught her to care for nature locally, and her father, a university … Read more

widowed, but traveling again | next avenue

Face your fears about traveling alone, plan ahead and enjoy the experiences, these widowed travelers say Debbie Hitt always wanted to see the world, but her husband Charlie wasn’t much of a traveler. Hitt didn’t let that stop her. She made a few trips alone during her 36-year marriage: to Cancun for a long weekend … Read more

HEALTH OFFICIALS ISSUE RABIES ALERT (ZIP code area 32808)

HEALTH OFFICIALS ISSUE RABIES ALERT (ZIP code area 32808) Contact:Kent [email protected] Orlando, Florida – The Florida Department of Health in Orange County is issuing a rabies alert for the 32808 zip code area of ​​Orange County. The alert is for 60 days and is in response to a cat that tested positive on October 28, … Read more

Daily reminder of infamous former MLB referee call

Jim Joyce is following the World Series. Baseball fans are focused on Philadelphia. Tuesday night’s Game 3 between the hometown Phils and the AL pennant-winning Houston Astros will decide which team takes a 2-1 Series lead. Tens of thousands will fill seats at Citizens Bank Park, while millions more will line up in front of … Read more

Maggie Susa: An Inside Look at a West Virginia Moose Tour | News

West Virginia’s native moose species has long since become extinct due to overhunting and habitat loss. But thanks to conservation efforts, the moose are back in West Virginia and anyone can visit them. The Wildlife Restoration program began reintroducing elk from Arizona and Kentucky in 2016. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources began offering … Read more

Far from a war-torn Ukrainian zoo, 9 lions now call Colorado home | subscriber content

A remote wildlife sanctuary west of Springfield, Colorado, received seven lions earlier this month from a war-torn zoo in Odessa, Ukraine. After making the arduous seven-month journey from Ukraine to Romania and Colorado, the young lions will spend the rest of their lives in peace at the refuge. BACA COUNTY, Colo. — As part of … Read more

Cameroon: five stories of violence, flight and survival – Cameroon

Since 2012, Niger, Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon have been ravaged by recurring violence that has gone unnoticed by the global media. Displaced people in the Far North Region of Cameroon, Hamadou, Hadidja, Moussa, Amaga and Tongoché talk about their lives in the town of Tolkomari, marked by extreme weather events, a lack of economic opportunity … Read more

Tony’s times | November 2022

Happy November! I want to start this note by thanking our San Diego Padres for such an amazing season. You gave us much to cheer about and reminded us of one of the many reasons we love San Diego. I can’t wait for spring training! This November, we honor and celebrate three important days. First … Read more

109 Live Animals Found in Women’s Luggage in Massive Airport Wildlife Trafficking Raid

LONDON — Two women have been arrested in Thailand for allegedly attempting to smuggle at least 109 live animals in their luggage, including porcupines, armadillos, tortoises, chameleons and snakes, while trying to board a flight to India. The incident occurred Monday at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport as two Indian women were trying to pass through airport … Read more

Residents face water scarcity as climate change hits northern Tanzania

Recently, in separate interviews, several residents, including women, have called on the government to intervene. “We are facing difficult times, we drink mud, not water, when we draw water, we put ashes and cover the container to allow the mud to settle for human consumption,” said Naomi Stephano, a resident of Nanja village. Naomi said … Read more

Local clinic hears the call of wild and rehabilitated animals

Oct. 31—ASHLAND — It’s not enough to treat pets at Guardian Animal Medical Center; the vet also treats wild animals. MJ Wixsom became interested in wildlife rehabilitation while studying veterinary medicine at the University of Missouri and working with the Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Unit. “I raised mice for the hawks and owls. I also … Read more

Far from a war-torn Ukrainian zoo, 9 lions now call Colorado home | subscriber content

A remote wildlife sanctuary west of Springfield, Colorado, received seven lions earlier this month from a war-torn zoo in Odessa, Ukraine. After making the arduous seven-month journey from Ukraine to Romania and Colorado, the young lions will spend the rest of their lives in peace at the refuge. BACA COUNTY, Colo. — As part of … Read more

What to know about disease transmission between pets and people | Pets

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