The Basics To Consider For Elegant Bear Safety Solutions
Mollema receives confidence boost in Tour of Alberta TTT – VeloNews.com
It was not planned to lose three guys. The plan was to have eight when we finished, but in the past we have always started too slow. Mollema, who has eight individual career stage wins, is a noted climber. He was among pre-race favorites since the third-year event has added mountain stages for the first time. But the soft-spoken climber didnt expect to excel until stage 3, when the race enters Jasper National Park and concludes with a summit finish. We have a strong team and we knew that we would fight for the first three positions, said Mollema. But actually, I didnt expect to beat [Orica] because they brought almost their entire team for the world championships. Trek was the third of the 15 teams of eight riders to start the 12.2-mile flat, technical course. The squad set the provisional lead in brisk weather and intermittently strong headwinds and crosswinds. But an hour later, Trek expected its time would fall when the Svein Tuft-led Orica team posted the best intermediate split. But the Australian-based squad, condensed to five riders in the waning few miles, faltered and finished .74 seconds behind Trek. Mollema, the first Trek rider to cross the finish line, was vaulted in the race lead. It helps with confidence, for sure, said Mollema, who last competed in a team time trial at the Tour de France in July where the Trek finished 11th among the 22 teams.
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Dentist who killed Cecil the lion speaks out; to work again – UPI.com
7 (UPI) — Walter Palmer, the U.S. dentist who killed Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe, spoke out and is planning to return to work after being the subject of worldwide condemnation and threats. Cecil was lured from Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve, Hwange National Park, where it is illegal to shoot animals, and killed July 1. Palmer, 55, of Eden Prairie, Minn., shot the animal with a bow and arrow, skinned and beheaded it and left its corpse. It is reported Palmer paid about $50,000 to hunt down Cecil . “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt. I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt,” Palmer said in a statement, adding that he felt “regret” for what happened but that his actions were legal. Zimbabwe called for Palmer’s extradition to face charges for violating poaching laws. Palmer said he kept a low profile after he was identified as the man who killed Cecil due to “some safety issues” for his family. “I’ve been out of the public eye seeing family and friends.
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I believe a viable solution is to require training to accompany a gun license.These are just a few of the things I learned about as a CPS caseworker. If you are considering employment with CPS, I don’t discourage it, as we need more loving, caring CPS caseworkers. However, do not accept it if you aren’t up for the stress and inconsistencies. CPS caseworkers have a tough job.
3rd ‘Problem’ Bear From Same Mom’s Litter Euthanized At Lake Tahoe « CBS Sacramento
Last week, Nevada wildlife officials were forced to euthanize a young problem bear at the lake the third offspring killed from the same litter born to the mama bear known by her tag number, Green 108. Shes just kind of a chronic, nuisance-type bear, said Carl Lackey, a wildlife biologist for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Shes always been getting into trash, always been in the same area. Weve captured several litters of hers. Weve captured her several times. Lackey co-authored a 2008 study published in the Journal of Mammalogy about the role of genetics in bear conflict behavior. We sort of concluded that genetics alone could not explain a nuisance behavior in black bears, Lackey said about the research led by S.W. Breck and C.L. Williams at the USDAs National Wildlife Research Center in Fort Collins, Colorado. A study led by National Park Service researchers first suggested in 1989 that problems with Yellowstones grizzly bears were a function of behavior passed from mother to offspring and successive generations, but it didnt determine whether it was learned or inherited. Another 2008 study by Rachel Mazur and Victoria Seher, researchers at Yosemites Division of Resources Management, documented bears actively tutoring their cubs to find food in human environments.
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Reflecting on the legendary Sleeping Bear Sand Dune, the Most Beautiful Place in America ,I feel that the drive for safety by maximizing strength is revealed by The Legend of Sleeping Bear . Long ago, along the Wisconsin shoreline, a mother bear and her two cubs were driven into Lake Michigan by a raging forest fire. Swim, the mother bear said, Swim as hard as you can for as long as we can, we will swim across the lake and make it to safety. If you lost sight of me in the first wave, you will find me over the next. The bears swam for many hours, but eventually the cubs tired and lagged behind. Mother bear reached the shore and climbed to the top of a high bluff to watch and wait for her cubs. Too tired to continue, the cubs drowned within sight of the shore. The Great Spirit Manitou created two islands, North Manitou Island and South Manitou Island, to mark the spot where the cubs fought raging waves with their last strength. The mother bear, who soon grew tired, saw her two cubs made it to safety in Lake Michigan as the two beautiful islands. Knowing that her cubs were safe, the mother bear soon fell fast asleep, forming Sleeping Bear Sand Dune. The Legend of Sleeping Bear is a legend about safety by overcoming risk, a legend about strength to make the journey across Lake Michigan, and a legend about love is more than raging fire and raging waves, which can be modeled by Extreme Value Distribution in Risk Engineering .Based on group technology (GT), Mitigating risk and uncertainty requires dedication that Mother Bear and her two cubs show for one another. See More
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