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By supporting pollinator habitat, you are also contributing to an all around healthy ecosystem that better supports clean air, water and soil. How to Build a Pollinator Garden in Seven Simple Steps If Pollinators Had Dating Profiles - learn about some of North America's pollinators Help Butterflies and Moths by Becoming a Citizen Scientist! - Scientists in Florida Created a Beer inspired by the Frosted Elfin Butterfly has found a home at Pennsylvania's Presque Isle State Park for the third year in a row!
Mary Birdsong, shorebird monitor for Erie Bird Observancy, first observed the male on April 15th.
Executive producers for the pilot include Armstrong, Mc Kay, Will Ferrell, Frank Rich, and Kevin Messick.
On May 16, 2017, it was announced that HBO had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes.
News release Project map Notice of Availability Draft Environmental Assessment Draft EA - Appendix A Draft EA - Appendix B Draft EA - Appendix C Draft EA - Appendix D Draft EA - Appendix E Draft EA - Appendix F Draft EA - Appendix G Draft EA - Appendix H Habitat Conservation Plan HCP - Appendix A HCP - Appendix B HCP - Appendix C HCP - Appendix D HCP - Appendix E Pennsylvania’s Indiana Bat Conservation Fund (IBCF) supported the recent acquisition of a natural limestone cave system in central Pennsylvania (popularly known as Indian Caverns).
Indian Caverns is a historic Indiana bat hibernaculum that has been in commercial use since the 1920s.
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Pennsylvania’s IBCF will be also be used to fund the restoration of Indian Caverns, planned for summer 2018.
Based on the proximity of Indian Caverns to other extant bat hibernacula, Indian Caverns has high restoration potential and a likelihood of attracting white-nose syndrome (WNS) survivors.
Restoration, including seeding, has already begun at Haymarket Park, and the newly named Songbird Sanctuary, both located off Blue Course Drive in State College.
See the link to the Centre Daily Times article below for more information. Did you know that one out of every three bites of food we eat is thanks to an animal pollinator?