By Joshua Russell Kahn, Stephen D'Arcy
The struggle over the tar sands in North the United States is without doubt one of the such a lot epic environmental and social justice battles of our time, and it's one of many first that has controlled to particularly explicitly marry quandary for frontline groups and quick neighborhood risks with worry for the way forward for the full planet. together with top voices taken with the fight opposed to the tar sands, A Line within the Tar Sands bargains a severe research of the influence of the tar sands and the demanding situations rivals face of their efforts to organise powerful resistance.
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Birding Bird watching is considered the fastest-growing outdoor activity in North America. It’s no wonder, since birds are a delight to watch and listen to. Nearly 300 species of birds have been recorded in the mountain parks (there are about 650 species in North America) and over 200 are seen fairly frequently. Members of the Corvidae family are the most common, including the common raven, black-billed magpie, as well as the gray jay and Clark’s nutcracker (shown above) or “camp robbers,” as they are also known.