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Volunteer for the annual butterfly count at Big Oaks NWR

first_imgMadison, IN—Great Spangled Fritillaries, Spicebush Swallowtails, and Silver Spotted Skippers!These are just a few of the many species of butterfly you are sure to encounter when volunteering at Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge for the annual butterfly count.Fifty-Two species of butterflies were spotted during the previous year’s survey count.Those attending are asked to meet at the refuge office on the morning of Saturday, August 3rd at 8:00 am. The refuge is especially interested in counting Monarch butterflies, whose populations have recently plummeted. These migratory beauties require native milkweeds to successfully reproduce. The loss of milkweed across the Midwest is one of the primary reasons for their decline. A $3.00 donation to the North American Butterfly Association is appreciated for those participating in the count. Survey teams will be divided up based on the length of time spent in the field. You may choose to join for the entire day or make it a half-day. Bring water, bug spray, sunscreen, snacks or lunch, and binoculars. Butterfly field guides are recommended, but not required. Long pants are also recommended. For directions to the refuge, please call or click here.last_img read more

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Hurricanes keep healthy lead despite losing two late wickets

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts, (CMC) – Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican grabbed two late wickets to keep Barbados Pride in the hunt but Leeward Islands Hurricanes kept their noses in front, heading into today’s pivotal final day of their first round game of the Regional Four-Day Championship.After securing a healthy first innings lead of 140, Hurricanes were cruising at 65 for two before Warrican picked up two of three quick wickets to fall, to leave the hosts stumbling on 89 for five at the close at Warner Park.Montcin Hodge was propping up the innings with an unbeaten 36 while English County pro Chesney Hughes made 28, helping Hurricanes to an overall lead of 229.Test bowler Warrican has so far claimed two for six from 11 tight overs.Earlier, Pride were dismissed for 237 an hour before tea after resuming the day on 102 for three.Kenroy Williams top-scored with 45, Justin Greaves got 41 while captain Kevin Stoute chipped in with 24.Burly off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall finished with five for 117 while seamer Gavin Tonge picked up three for 27.Pride suffered two early setbacks, losing both overnight batsmen Shamarh Brooks (29) and nightwatchman Warrican (15) inside the first seven overs of the morning, to slide to 119 for five.Brooks added just one before departing to a catch at the wicket off Tonge in the fourth over and Warrican, starting the day on one, was caught and bowled by Cornwall.Williams then anchored two stands to help Pride past the 200-run mark, putting on 35 for the sixth wicket with Stoute and a further 67 for the seventh wicket with Greaves.The right-handed Williams produced a patient knock, lasting 101 deliveries and three hours and including four fours while Greaves faced 75 balls and counted six fours.Pride were 171 for six at lunch and pushed on strongly afterward to be well placed at 221 for six before losing their last four wickets for 16 runs, with Cornwall and Tonge sharing the wickets to fall.In their second turn at the crease, Hurricanes lost both openers Kieran Powell (2) and Kacey Carty (1) to slump to 13 for two but Hodge and Hughes put on 52 to rescue the innings.Leg-spinner Nikolai Charles broke the stand by removing the left-handed Hughes, and Warrican then weighed in to further stymie the Hurricanes progress.HURRICANES 1st Innings 377Pride 1st Innings(overnight 102 for three)O Phillips c Bonner b Cornwall 24A Alleyne b Cornwall 19S Brooks c wkp Hamilton b Tonge 29R Chase lbw b Taylor 22J Warrican c and b Cornwall 15*K Stoute c Bonner b Boatswain 24K Williams b Cornwall 46J Greaves c Hodge b Cornwall 41+M Rampersaud b Tonge 5K Roach c wkp Hamilton b Tonge 2N Charles not out 1Extras (b2, lb1, nb6) 9TOTAL (all out, 84 overs) 237Fall of wickets: 1-26, 2-61, 3-99, 4-111, 5-119, 6-154, 7-221, 8-234, 9-234, 10-237.Bowling: Tonge 19-7-27-3 (nb2), Boatswain 12-6-29-1, Cornwall 35-5-117-5 (nb4), Walsh 6-1-25-0, Taylor 11-2-34-1.HURRICANES 2nd Innings*K Powell run out 2K Carty lbw b Roach 1M Hodge not out 36C Hughes c Stoute b Charles 28N Bonner st Rampersaud b Warrican 11+J Hamilton b Warrican 0R Cornwall not out 3Extras (b8) 8TOTAL (5 wkts, 44 overs) 89Fall of wickets: 1-11, 2-13, 3-65, 4-82, 5-82.Bowling: Roach 5-0-12-1, Chase 4-0-15-0, Williams 7-1-19-0, Charles 12-4-25-1, Warrican 11-7-6-2, Stoute 5-2-4-0.Position: Hurricanes lead by 229 runs.last_img read more

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UFC: Jose Aldo looks shreded in new shape for bantamweight division

first_img 10 months ago UFC: The biggest dream matches that never happened inside the cage Written By 10 months ago UFC: Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens channel anger before fight 10 months ago UFC News: Fight results and details First Published: 22nd October, 2019 23:34 IST Raj Sarkar Also Read- UFC News: Cejudo May Vacate Title If He Is Not ‘paid Like A Legend’UFC: Jose Aldo’s journey to bantamweightIn a recent tweet by sports commentator Ana Hissa, fans got a glimpse of Jose Aldo in a new shape. Aldo looks all shredded in the picture with a big smile on his face. It seems that Jose has finally made his way to the division and he might aim to become a two-division champ in UFC. Have a look at Jose Aldo in a new shape. 10 months ago UFC: Mackenzie Dern might make her comeback in February next year Jose Aldo is one of the best martial artists on the planet. He has defeated veterans like Cub Swanson, Frankie Edgar and Urijah Faber in his 10 years-long undefeated reign before losing the title to Conor McGregor. His back to back losses against current featherweight champion Max Holloway hampered his image a bit but he came back to the win column by defeating Jeremy Stephens and Renato Moicano. However, he lost for the fourth time in his UFC career at his last bought against Alexander Volkanovski. Also Read- UFC Strawweight Champion Weili Offers To Mend US-China RelationsUFC: Bantamweight probabilitiesHenry Cejudo ‘The Triple C’ is currently reigning the bantamweight division and is stacked with some of the best talents. Cejudo has defeated legends like Demetrious Jhonson and TJ Dillashaw and Aldo is likely to attract him. However, an immediate title shot at a new division might not be done by Dana White. We can also expect Marlon Moraes or Pedro Munhoz to welcome Jose Aldo in the bantamweight division.Also Read- UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov Plans To Retire In The Next 2 Years From MMAAlso Read- UFC: Khabib To Defend Against Ferguson; Update On McGregor-GSP Fight SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img WATCH US LIVE It seems that former featherweight champion of UFC Jose Aldo is making a move towards bantamweight division. After losing against Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 237 there were a lot of speculations about the Brazilian’s next opponent and according to the current situations, the hunt might go down to 135 lbs. UFC President Dana White was not sure whether Jose will be able to make 135 lbs or not but it seems that Aldo has made it. UFC fans are surprised to see their former featherweight champion in a new shape. Determinado a lutar no peso-galo, José Aldo mostrou que entrou firme na dieta e exibiu o novo shape #feedmma pic.twitter.com/zQbM6LNCRX— Ana Hissa (@AnaHissa) October 22, 2019 WE RECOMMEND COMMENT LIVE TV Last Updated: 22nd October, 2019 23:34 IST UFC: Jose Aldo Looks Shreded In New Shape For Bantamweight Division Former featherweight champion of UFC Jose Aldo has decided to cut down to 135 lbs. Take a look at him in the bantamweight division and know more about it. 10 months ago UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov plans to retire in the next 2 years from MMA FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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