U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to delist lesser long-nosed bat

Aparecida de Goiânia Based on input from biologists and climate change specialists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to delist the lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenae). An evaluation of threats and an assessment of the bat’s long term viability suggest that threats to this species have been significantly reduced, such that it no longer . . . → Read More: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to delist lesser long-nosed bat

Arizona State Parks issues Press Release

where buy Seroquel The Arizona State Parks and Trails has issued a press release for the Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month and the Archaeology Expo 2018.  Please follow the link below to see the Press Release. Hopefully we’ll see you at the Expo!

http://hotelmadhuban.com/spa-wellness/ https://azstateparks.com/press/PR_9_12_17

Ghost Towns of Arizona: Photography of Kurt Wenner

Just in time for Halloween (and extending into August 2014)–a new exhibit at Pueblo Grande Museum: ‘Ghost Towns of Arizona: Photography of Kurt Wenner’ Details are available at http://phoenix.gov/recreation/arts/museums/pueblo/exhibits/changing/index.html

World Groundwater Reserves Being Depleted Faster Than Expected

In an upcoming issue of Geophysical Research Letters, a team of researchers from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands will report on a study indicating that not only is groundwater pumping rising at a dramatic rate but that evaporation and ultimately precipitation of pumped groundwater may be a partial cause of rising sea . . . → Read More: World Groundwater Reserves Being Depleted Faster Than Expected

Making Historic Preservation Relevant for the Next 50 Years

Last week Donovan Rypkema of Place Economics gave attendees at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference the highlights of a talk that he also gave at the National Trust’s annual meeting. For any of you who didn’t attend this year’s AZ Historic Preservation Conference and who might be interested in this presentation, here’s a link . . . → Read More: Making Historic Preservation Relevant for the Next 50 Years