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One Human’s Trash is Another Animal’s Treasure

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Humans are working each and every day to help the environment; from discovering new energy sources to creating new companies that offer ‘green’ products and appliances. Everything is about innovation and new technologies when it comes to the human being ‘green’ and working to diminish our carbon footprint before it’s too late. But there are […]

Feed Those Birdies the Green Way

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It’s finally spring—maybe summer where you live, but a wonderful time of year to attract the birds to your yard, have a glass of wine while you view their interactions and feeding, and to make sure you have a nice dose of nature in your very own backyard.  A wonderful way to attract these charming […]

Climate Change – Environmentalism – and History

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  Climate Change – Environmentalism – and History The Green Register Salutes The Audubon!   As I’ve stated in the past, the Sharon Audubon Center was a place where I used to roam as a child and young adult. The beauty of the great outdoors mixed with the learning center which held events that offered […]

The Stunning Salt Marsh Landscape

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  Every week we discuss a new ‘green’ movement, product, company, or discuss the newest way to recycle items. Whether it be the latest in fashion or food or other businesses, ‘going green’ is a large part of every industry on the map. The Green Register is the online magazine that literally offers information on […]

Climate is Moving and So Is The Wildlife

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Fuzzy, bright-eyed and no bigger than a baked potato, the American pika is the kind of critter you could imagine starring in a blockbuster animated movie for kids. With its high-pitched squeaks, its lightning quickness and its habit of racing around all summer to harvest and sun-dry “hay piles” of grasses and wildflowers for its […]

Areas With Intense Noise May Cut Baby Birds Survival Ratio

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Baby bluebirds don’t survive as well near rumbling traffic and other human din as they do amid natural lullabies. In a Virginia study, 35 percent more chicks died in the noisiest nests than in the most remote ones. Researchers found that chicks didn’t adjust for the noise by begging louder or at different frequencies. So […]

Giant Insects Were Wiped Out By Birds

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A prehistoric prequel to Godzillatook place about 150 million years ago, when insects of monstrous size met their doom battling the ancestors of modern birds. The epic struggle ended an era of insect growth spurts that coincided with upticks in the amount of oxygen in the air. Starting with the Cretaceous period, predators kept the sizes […]

Is Time Critical When T-Rex Evolued Into A Sparrow?

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Although a sparrow and a Tyrannosaurus Rex might appear to have nothing in common, evolutionary biologists see more that relates the two creatures than not.  A new study, led by Harvard scientists, has shown that modern birds are essentially living dinosaurs with skulls that are remarkably similar to those of their juvenile ancestors. Arkhat Abzhanov, Associate Professor […]

Demented Denizens (Aggrandize)

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Demented Denizens are the creation of illustrator and cartoonist Brian Zaikowski. Den.i.zen (noun formal or humorous,  an inhabiant or occupant of a particular place: Denizens of field and forest

Demented Denizens (Stairway to Heaven)

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Demented Denizens are the creation of illustrator and cartoonist Brian Zaikowski. Den.i.zen (noun formal or humorous,  an inhabiant or occupant of a particular place: Denizens of field and forest.