Distribution and administration of vaccines to combat the COVID-19 virus continue to expand, but myths and misinformation about the vaccine and its safety and benefits persist. According to a recent article in the journal Health Affairs, effective vaccination requires four elements: generating demand for the vaccine, allocating the vaccine, distributing the vaccine, and verifying coverage,
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Beat the winter blues by getting outside and visiting a Michigan State Park.
The Adopt-A-Nest Osprey Monitoring Program created a request for citizen scientist volunteers to monitor osprey nests in their area. This marked the third phase of the osprey reintroduction program in Michigan. MI Birds – an outreach and engagement program created by Audubon Great Lakes and the DNR to increase awareness of Michigan birds and the places they rely on – made a public call for volunteers.
“Wild turkey meat is very flavorful and can be used in almost any recipe. There is nothing more rewarding than to serve a wild turkey that you harvested for Thanksgiving Day dinner.”
NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) reported that November 2019 was the planet’s second warmest November since record-keeping began in 1880. NASA also considered November 2019 as the second hottest November on record, a scant 0.04°C behind the record-setting November 2015.
3 Top Reasons to Visit Gainesville Florida; Abundant outdoor activity, Hippodrome Theatre, Florida Gators at the University of Florida Gainesville.
Here’s a list of the 10 most common hunting violations that conservation officers encounter every firearm season
As thunderstorms roll over these mountains almost daily, bringing milder afternoons, and cooler nights, the rolling hills of Biltmore are more green … Late Summer on the Biltmore Estate
The film tells the story of Abbie as she struggles to hang on to her post as the keeper of her lighthouse. She’s isolated and, except for her catatonic husband, alone.
A photo essay of Detroit by writer and photographer Keith King