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Reality TV contestant apologises after hunting, eating protected bird

Sydney Morning Herald 24 Jul 2024
A contestant on the survival show said he was operating on a “starvation mindset” when he made the decision to eat the vulnerable species ....
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Maqis seizes bird's nests without import permit at KLIA

The Star 24 Jul 2024
SEPANG. The Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services Department (Maqis) has seized 2kg of bird’s nests worth RM8,000 without a valid import permit at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Terminal 2. Read full story ... .
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Ingenious nesting bricks to be installed in all new homes to help declining birds

Manchester Evening News 24 Jul 2024
Bury is the the first borough in Greater Manchester to make 'swift bricks' mandatory in all new homes and buildings ... .
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Fixed salary or a free bird?

The Times of India 24 Jul 2024
India Business News. A quick comparison of how incomes of consultants and salaried taxpayers are taxed .
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Reality TV contestant apologises for killing and eating protected New Zealand bird

The Guardian 24 Jul 2024
An American contestant on Race to Survive has apologised for eating a weka, a large, brown flightless bird known for ...
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Colorado requiring dairies to test milk for bird flu

The Hill 24 Jul 2024
Colorado will require dairies to test their milk supplies for bird flu every week, the state Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday, as concerns over the avian flu remain high nationwide.
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IMPACT 2024 early-bird registration ends Wednesday, July 31! (NCBA - National Cooperative Business Association)

Public Technologies 24 Jul 2024
That means TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS YEAR'S EXCLUSIVE EARLY-BIRD PRICING! Register by Wednesday, July 31 to lock in the early-bird rate of $405 for NCBA CLUSA members and $585 for stakeholders on all programming ... Our Programming.
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Sundance’s early bird sales fly fast and sell out in hours rather than the anticipated days

Park Record 24 Jul 2024
23 opening, and Festival Director Eugene Hernandez was happy to announce early-bird priority passes and packages were available for purchase. But only a few hours later, the bird had flown, the passes and packages all sold out, the festival announced.
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US reality show contestant kills and eats protected bird in New Zealand

CNN 24 Jul 2024
A reality show contestant who killed and ate a protected bird has been let off with a warning after New Zealand wildlife officials said cast members were tired, hungry and placed in a “unique” situation.
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Neanderthals ate birds. But how?

Popular Science 24 Jul 2024
It’s pretty difficult to know what was on the menu for Neanderthals, particularly since smaller items like birds don’t usually leave many archaeological traces behind ... Each bird was defeathered by hand.
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Scientists try to replicate ancient butchering methods to learn how Neanderthals ate birds

Phys Dot Org 24 Jul 2024
food preparation, especially when it comes to smaller items like birds, can leave few archaeological traces ... Although the big game hunting practiced by Neanderthals is well known, we know less about the birds that some Neanderthals hunted.
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Drug-related deforestation in Central America is threatening migratory birds, research shows

Fast Company 24 Jul 2024
Activities associated with cocaine trafficking threaten two-thirds of the most important landscapes in Central America for 196 forest bird species, including 67 migratory species ... of migratory birds.
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A new world coming: Bus maker Blue Bird embraces an electrified future

Chatanooga Times Free Press 24 Jul 2024
Not that The Greatest was the only one to snap up a WanderLodge back in the day when Blue Bird workers were churning out the 40-foot long, 6 mile-per-gallon behemoths ... Department of Energy, a grant that Blue Bird will match.
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Lethal Bird Flu Could Decimate Oceania's Birds. From Vigilance To Vaccines, Here's What We're Doing ...

MENA FN 23 Jul 2024
(MENAFN - The Conversation) Avian influenza viruses have infected the world's birds for millennia. We first became aware of them in the 19th century, when mass deaths of poultry triggered interest ... .

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