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One Oar Short: Don’t worry, be happy now

By STAN ERNST I couldn’t be happier if I were hit on the head by space junk from an exploded Chinese spy satellite. During any given decade there’s a ten percent chance that any given person will be hit by any given space debris. Untold numbers of unsuspecting flora...

One Oar Short: Punxsutawney Poppycock

By STAN  ERNST For the Express A Pennsylvania groundhog named Phil has predicted when spring will occur since 1886. This implies that Phil’s at least 138 years old. Cornell University is considered the number one meteorology school in the country. Cornell was founded...
Where I Wander: Elusive birds

Where I Wander: Elusive birds

Photograph by Joan Herrmann Ruffed grouse have a unique way of staying warm in frigid temperatures and it also provides concealment from predators. They dive into fluffy snow head first and by leaving just a small hole and almost no scent they can be fairly safe...

One Oar Short: Bye Bye Birdie

By STAN ERNST For the Express There was a recent Washington Post article written by Climate Lab columnist Harry Stevens discussing the “decline and fall of North America’s bird population – a staggering loss of 3 billion breeding adults, or 30 percent of the...

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