Monthly Archives: June 2011

Pumpkin Bread for your Birds

Here is a recipe for pumpkin bread.  Pumpkin is high in vitamin A, an essential vitamin for birds.   Pumpkin bread is often one of the first foods that the birds at The Landing adoption center learn to eat, and then … Continue reading

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ABA Myths

The process of applied behavior analysis can be used with many different species. Psychologists also use it with humans. This article answers common questions about ABA and it’s application. Dispelling the Myths About ABA

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Gray Wolves

Cry, WolfHow a Campaign of Fear and Intimidation Led to the Gray Wolf’s Removal from the Endangered Species List.BY JAMES WILLIAM GIBSON “Nabeki” didn’t expect everyone to love her when, in September 2009, she founded the website “Howling for Justice” … Continue reading

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Managing Predators

Why Fish and Game Agencies Can’t Manage PredatorsBY GEORGE WUERTHNER – JUNE 7, 2011 Persecution and limited acceptance of predators’ ecological role is still the dominant attitude. In the past month or so, helicopters with gunners skimmed over the Alaskan … Continue reading

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A Precious Stone

A wise woman who was traveling in the mountains found a precious stone in a stream. The next day she met another traveler who was hungry, and the wise woman opened her bag to share her food. The hungry traveler … Continue reading

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In Harmony

“do not let the frustration in your head get to your hands” (Lee Hop) .   This has been a  valuable lesson in seeking softness in me, my horse and those around me.

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Normal dogs

Normal Dogs: bite have no standards as to appropriate elimination sites except “where I sleep and eat is out of bounds” do not come when called if something more interesting is going on default to responding to new stimuli in … Continue reading

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