A report released today says that the bald eagle that was recently rescued from a Rhodes Island landfill was shot in the head. According to clinic director Jennifer Brooks, a CT-scan of the young eagle convalescing at the Wildlife Rehabilitator Association center has revealed that the pellet is lodged in the right side of the eagle’s brain.
This is the 2nd segment of the short series on recycling opportunities.
The list of what’s recyclable continues to grow, as do the opportunities of where and how to do so. Here is a current list and links to help you locate drop-off points.
True giving is to give something that you’d rather keep foe yourself and/or that makes a difference. If you still have a few gifts to get, consider giving something that in some way gives to others. Here is my list of reputable ”give back” suggestions for this holiday season. Most if not all are tax-deductible and offer an array of choices.
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You’ve finally finished your list with who to give gifts to this year Then you’re suddenly in serious brain freeze with what to get. It can’t be just ANYTHING. It has to be special, and more green, this year.
Here are some fun, affordable eco-friendly gifts that will bring plenty of smiles this holiday.
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For those of you who love pets – and there are so many of us out there – tomorrow, Saturday November 10th, is the 2nd annual National Shelter Check-In Day. Sponsored by Best Friends Animal Society, it’s a special opportunity to raise awareness of adoptable pets waiting in our country’s shelters to be seen and adopted.