From helping to clean trash and debris so it doesn't end up in our rivers, streams and lakes to partying for the planet at the Lake Superior Zoo. There's a lot you can do to help out the environment, educate your family and celebrate Earth Day 2016 together.
Meet Yum-Yum and Rascal, they are besties and would like to find their forever home together. Rascal is the Siamese on the left. They will keep each other company and you'll get to enjoy the company of two wonderful pets in your home with a discount from Animal Allies.
The end of the school year is near and if you're like me when my daughter was young, you're too busy to research and find exciting constructive things for your kids to do to fill their time this summer. Since my daughter Kylee is graduating from UMD in May, I have time to do the research and help you out.
I am NOT a reptile fan. Snakes, lizards, gaters, crocks, don't want to have anything to do with them. So I was horrified when I saw that a woman in Florida was selling an alligator, albeit it's a fully trained one. What does that mean????
We've talked previously on air and even in my blogs about the Tower-Soudan underground mine. Last time my family and I visited in 2013 we had to walk across a special mat that was too remove any fungus spores from our shoes.
I woke up this morning and melted while watching this video shared on YouTube by Symbio Zoo. I have asked my husband for a pony, monkey, another puppy among other mammals. Guess who got a text asking if we could get a koala bear after watching this video? If this doesn't make you grin and coo at your screen, I don't know what would!
Kids are off from school and you're looking for something to do. Has it been a while since you've visited your ole' friends at the Lake Superior Zoo? I know for a fact that they'd LOVE to see you! Check out the Schools Out Special available this week.
Don't you think it's weird that once a year, we suddenly turn our attention from meteorologists to a groundhog to make the determination if we have six more months of winter or an early spring. That has actually become a traditional holiday celebrated on February 2. Spike will be doing the honors in the City of Duluth again this year, but he isn't a groundhog.
Wolves have been protected recently by the federal government, but that may soon change again. A Republican amendment to strip protection of wolves has been approved by a Senate committee, and now will go to the full senate.
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