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  • Bear attacks spark debate: Kill them, or leave them alone?

    Bear attacks spark debate: Kill them, or leave them alone?
    Dallas Smith thinks he has the answer to Central Florida's black-bear threat, and he's ready to lock and load it. "I think the fear of God needs to be put back into them," said Smith, 47, who wants state authorities to lift restrictions that prohibit...
  • City of Groveland celebrating Arbor Day next week

    The city of Groveland is inviting the public to help celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree that could serve as a future home to baby Florida Scrub-jays. They are invited to do this at a special Arbor Day event, being held from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on...
  • Around Town: Springtime calls to mind the cycle of life

    Around Town: Springtime calls to mind the cycle of life
    The pine tree we planted has grown tall. The cones tumble down, full of sap. Hummingbirds nest in the branches. The mama birds dive bomb when I walk by. They want to attack me, divert me and protect their young. Down the hill, dozens of hummingbirds live...
  • Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability

    Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability
    NEW YORK — Since it was founded 12 years ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has sometimes swerved between identities like a barfly at happy hour, exuberant but hardly always clear. The festival looks to change that this time around. Tribeca has...
  • Credit for Lake's first 'Sandhill Crane Crossing' sign goes to Umatilla students

    Credit for Lake's first 'Sandhill Crane Crossing' sign goes to Umatilla students
    UMATILLA — Sandhill cranes received a little more protection thanks to students from Umatilla Middle School seeking to alert residents to be cautious and keep their eyes open for the threatened species, many of which are killed by vehicles unaware...
  • Household rat poison linked to death and disease in wildlife

    The mountain lion known as P-22 looked majestic just a few months ago, in a trail-camera photo shot against the backdrop of the Hollywood sign. But when a remote camera in Griffith Park captured an image of the puma more recently, it showed a thinner...
  • Hiker escorted down Stough Canyon trail after report of mountain lion

    Hiker escorted down Stough Canyon trail after report of mountain lion
    Police escorted a hiker down a Stough Canyon hiking trail Thursday in Burbank after the woman reported a mountain lion was following her, police said. Shortly after noon, the woman called authorities claiming that she saw, and was being followed by, a...
  • Wildlife officials kill bears as woman recovers from weekend attack

    Wildlife officials kill bears as woman recovers from weekend attack
    As a Seminole County mother recovered from a bear attack this weekend, wildlife officials said Sunday night that they shot an aggressive bear and put down others in the area of the attack. In the wake of the mauling, Frank Frana described finding his...
  • Holy mackerel: 5-foot-long endangered fish found along Delaware River near Easton

    Holy mackerel: 5-foot-long endangered fish found along Delaware River near Easton
    A landowner along the Delaware River near a scenic overlook a few miles north of Easton made an unusual discovery over the weekend. According to Greg Murphy, a fisheries biologist with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, a 75-inch-long carcass of...
  • An Angel underwater

    An Angel underwater
    To shoot her latest photo series, Amber Arbucci stripped naked and leapt into an algae-rich lake filled with millions of golden jellyfish. The part-time Miami resident swam alone for seven hours with a waterproof camera and zero protection. The...
  • California panel postpones decision on protecting gray wolves

    The California Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday postponed a controversial decision on whether to afford gray wolves protection under the state's Endangered Species Act, giving itself another 90 days to consider the matter. After listening to a...