Snow Puppies | Lee Duigon

Snow Puppies By leeduigon May or not May, we had snow in our weather forecast for this weekend. Of course, it never materialized: that was just to panic people. But…

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Sudbury photo: Snow should begin to melt on Sunday | Sudbury Star

Sudbury photo: Snow should begin to melt on Sunday | Sudbury Star
Greater Sudbury, Ont. was covered with a blanket of snow on Friday May 8, 2020, including Naughton. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

Greater Sudbury, Ont. was covered with a blanket of snow on Friday May 8, 2020, including Naughton. John Lappa/Sudbury Star This Post was originally published on www.thesudburystar.com

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Want To Eat Snow?

Growing up in the Appalachian Mountains and eating snow out of hand Is a rite of passage for any kid lucky enough to live far enough North to get even a…

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The Snow Leopard Conservancy

The Snow Leopard Conservancy (SLC) based in Sonoma CA was founded by Dr. Rodney Jackson, a renowned expert on Snow Leopards (Panthera uncia) and their habitat. The SLC was established…

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The Reindeer Dilemma

As I was doing a bit of research for the site I came across PLOS Journals from plos.org that publish several Open Access Online Journals across all areas of science…

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One Hundred Years in Yosemite

Painting by,  Albert Bierstadt - Winter in Yosemite Excerpt from One Hundred Years in Yosemite Copyright, 1932  One Hundred Years in YosemiteThe Story of a Great Park and Its Friends…

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The Secret Of The North Pole

(From the St. Paul’s Magazine, June 1869.) If an astronomer upon some distant planet has ever thought the tiny orb we inhabit worthy of telescopic study, there can be little…

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A Shower Of Snow Crystals

(From the Daily News, March 11, 1869) Yesterday morning a remarkably fine fall of snow-stars took place over many parts of London. The crystals were larger and more perfectly formed than…

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