Bee Deaths Linked To Insecticides, Health Canada Data Show for 2nd Year

"Early results from government tests on dead bees this spring and summer show levels of controversial pesticides are comparable with those detected last year, when Health Canada declared a link between the seed-coating chemicals and 'unusually high' bee deaths, the Star has learned."

Source: Toronto Star, 09/30/2013
October 2, 2013

Biodiversity Research Institute Media Event to Launch Largest Ever Loon Study

The loon is a key bioindicator of aquatic integrity for lakes and near shore marine ecosystems. Attend in person at the Jackson Fork Ranch in Bondurant, Wyoming or join the webcast, 11:00 AM MDT. Reporters will be able to ask questions at the conclusion of the presentations.

News Media Groups Urge Court To Open up Wild-Horse Roundups

In 2010, BLM denied Horseback Magazine photojournalist Laura Leigh access to federal land to photograph a roundup. She went to court, was rejected, then went to a complex chain of appeals. Now the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and other j-groups have filed friend-of-the-court briefs in support of photojournalists' First Amendment rights to cover government actions.


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