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Links – November 30, 2012

By Pattyhankins @PattyHankins

Links – November 30, 2012

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Here are some posts and articles that I enjoyed this week; I hope you enjoy them as well

Flower and Plant Links

National Parks Traveler has Saving Ginseng In Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Columbia Daily Tribune has Invasive plant’s use for biomass worries some

National Park and National Wildlife Refuge Links

The Washington Post has Sandy’s damage to wildlife refuges adds to questions about federal spending

National Parks Traveler has Emerald Ash Borer Infests The Backcountry Of Great Smoky Mountains and Hunters Kill Grizzly Bear In Grand Teton National Park, Claim Self-Defense

Reuters has Australia creates world’s biggest marine parks

Wildlife Links

National Parks Traveler has Were Seven Killed Wolves With Ties To Yellowstone National Park Targeted By Hunters? and List Of Candidate Species Under Consideration For Endangered Species Act Protection Include At Least 12 From National Parks

Los Angeles Times has Warming climate may starve bamboo-eating pandas and In Hawaii, a coral reef infection has biologists alarmed

NBC News has Scientists rush to save manta rays, the ‘pandas of the ocean’

Mother Jones has Snails Are Dissolving in Acidic Ocean Waters

Environmental Issues Links

The Nature Conservancy has Everyday Environmenalist Buy It Where You’ll Burn It

The Atlantic has 5 Charts About Climate Change That Should Have You Very, Very Worried

Photography and Art Links

The Copyright Zone has Another One Bites the Dust

Black Star Rising has Basics of Photography SEO, Part 1: Google doesn’t hate you has Supreme Court rules cops can be filmed

Photo District News has Deutsche Borse Announces Shortlist for 2013 Photography Prize

Stephen F. Corfidi has The Colors of Sunset and Twilight

DC Area Flower Safari

If you are in the DC area, I hope you will join me and other flower lovers at our DC Flower Safari Meetups. The next Meetup is scheduled for Sunday, December 9th at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA . We will meet at 6:30 AM at the Grosvenor Metro Station(map). Then we can carpool to Longwood. It takes just over 2 hours to get there – garden opens at 9:00 AM. Garden admission is $18. I hope to see you there!

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