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A local society dedicated to providing rescue and adoption of feral and orphaned cats said kitten season has exploded early this year.

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"We can only do so much financially and with our time because we don't have an army of people. We really need foster homes right now and people to help with our neuter and release program," said van den Berg.

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However, he said it would "massively concern" him if a shotgun had been handed in which was found on the course and he said he had been contacting other managers to see if this was true.

Absolutely disgusting! Yet another example of human kind killing animals for merely getting in the way. This snobbery and way of thinking really needs to be addressed otherwise our beautiful wildlife will be gone forever.

"We already spend time dodging golf balls when golfers tee off without having to worry about stray bullets," she said.

However, a spokesman for the Bank House Hotel and Golf Club, which manages the course, said they had given permission for the birds, designated as "vermin", to be shot in case their poo got on golf balls and that the incident was not "particularly of note".

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The geese are totally unaware of where they choose to be their natural feeding ground. The geese just see an open space and use it for their purpose. How dare the management say the birds faeces are "unhygienic" and "grim". Oh how human etiquette should get in the way. If the ball lands in excrement then pick it up and clean it. I'm sure no one will hold it against you for picking up a ball during play then placing back in it's original position!

Between seven and eight Canada Geese were found dead in the lake at Bransford Golf Course, near Worcester, yesterday morning after neighbours heard shots the previous evening.

Neighbour, 59 year old Kevin Garrington, said: "I'm a bit horrified this happened on our doorstep.

"We would literally end up with hundreds of the things here if we didn't control their numbers.

The manager, who declined to be named, said if a golf ball landed in bird faeces it had to be played or cleaned which was "unhygienic" and was "grim" for people playing on the course.

"That is not something we would take lightly in the slightest," he added.

Mr Garrington estimated he lived between 40 and 50 yards from the lake.

"I have counted seven dead geese. I'm concerned about the dangers to people who live here. If someone had been innocently walking across there or with their dog they could have been hit."

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His wife, animal lover Jennifer, was also disgusted.

She did not phone police but her neighbours have reported the incident.

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"The way to control them is to shoot them. It's the mess from their faeces that is pretty grim. It's unhygienic.

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She said: "My first reaction was 'what happens if a child gets hold of it?' There's no way I could go off and leave that lying in the grass."

Mrs Kirby also claims she found a double barrelled shotgun with a night sight on the course three weeks ago, handing it in at the golf course clubhouse, which the club is now looking into.

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Lyn Kirby, aged 69, of Chapel Lane, Bransford, which lives yards from the course made the grisly discovery while walking her Yorkshire terrier cross Jack Russell, Bertie.

She said: "I felt sickened. The geese have been there since we have been here in 1980 it's one of their natural feeding grounds."

"There are a number of Canada Geese which are designated as vermin by the people who determine these things. It's not us who determines them as vermin.

A spokesman for the hotel said: "We have given permission and it takes place here quite regularly. It's how we control the Canada Geese here.

HORRIFIED neighbours have spoken of their outrage after geese were shot dead and their bodies left lying in a golf course lake just yards from their homes.

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Geese have a high rate of nesting success because they're big enough and aggressive enough to fend off many predators that can easily take the young of smaller waterfowl cats, foxes, raccoons and other small predators of eggs and young don't have a chance against a pair of angry Canada goose parents and for that matter, woe to the human who gets too close to a nest. Unlike truly wild waterfowl, resident Canada's that have not been hunted have very little fear of humans, and will readily go after anyone they perceive to be a threat to their young.

Hunting wild Canada's is a challenging sport, and some hunters in areas like Maryland's eastern shore, where waterfowling is developed to a high art, rely on actual mounted geese and pit blinds in order to fool hard hunted migratory birds into coming within range.

Those who live on or near lakefronts where the big birds have taken over are generally good with an annual cull to keep the populations within reason. At areas like the waterfront parks in Guntersville as well as Big Spring Park in downtown Huntsville, there are so many of the birds defecating on the sidewalks that human guests leave with shoes that look like they've made a trip to a barnyard. The birds can also be damaging to water quality in small lakes, where the hundreds of pounds of droppings destroy the water quality completely for fish and other aquatic creatures.

10 25, waterfowlers are finally able to get back to the marshes for some wingshooting this month.

Hunting is clearly not an option in urban areas, but many geese do fly out of their humanized home zones daily to feed, particularly as the agricultural fields in rural areas are harvested, forming a ready source of high protein food. (Those at Big Spring get so much food from visiting humans that they never leave, so this does not apply in their case.)

That's not the case with resident Canada's that have seen little pressure, however a dozen decoys set in a cornfield or on a shallow pond where the birds have been seen feeding will usually be adequate to bring them in the first time. They're smart and they learn fast. A goose call, judiciously used, is also an asset in turning distant birds on the wing in the right direction.

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Tweel decided not to pursue charges and was paid back in full by the man who called.

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"I took about an hour; made some calls to a lawyer and police,'' Tweel said of what he did after chatting with the alleged thief. "End result, what do you want? You want your money back. I know you want to send a message and charge these guys, but what do you do? The guy pleaded with me. He was a marked man.''

Tweel had posted in store video footage on social media of two men who allegedly had walked away with some Canada Goose jackets. fugitives.

Tweel said the man offered to make full restitution and apologized.

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JetBlue and American are the biggest players in Fort Lauderdale and Miami airports, respectively, near where many Cuban Americans live.

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Cuba's three million visitors in 2014 accounted for 13% of travel to the region, Goodger said. tourism embargo could raise that to more than 20%.

American, which operated about 1,200 charter flights to Cuba in 2015, hopes its scheduled service will take off in the second quarter, pending regulatory approval, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Howard Kass said.

Even with the ban, Cuba is forecast to have the largest growth in worldwide visitors of any Caribbean state through 2024, according to David Goodger, a director at travel analysis firm Tourism Economics.

"Not going to Cuba is sort of like a grocery store that doesn't sell milk," Scott Laurence, JetBlue's senior vice president for airline planning, said in an interview. carriers jostle for position in what amounts to one of the industry's last frontiers, one challenge will be whether to fly smaller planes in a bid for higher ticket prices, or larger ones in a volume play.

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Without visible radio collars, the Ely area black bears made famous by researcher Lynn Rogers will be shot and killed by hunters this fall, Rogers said today.

"The changes are a management response to the most recent wolf population estimate," said Dan Stark, the DNR's large carnivore specialist. "As with other game species DNR manages, adjustments are made to regulate hunting pressure and harvest to ensure long term population sustainability and provide hunting and trapping opportunities."

A court hearing is set for Monday in Ramsey County on Rogers request to continue his research after the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources refused to renew his permit. The DNR maintains that because Rogers hand feeds bears in the area, they have become a threat to public safety.

This fall hunters must purchase a $3 Walk In Access validation on their small game or deer license to legally access land enrolled in the program. The DNR added the validation so it can learn how many hunters use Walk In Access lands as well as where and how those lands are used.

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"Without radio collars, June, Lily, Faith, Juliet, and the others could be shot unknowingly by hunters who would spare radio collared bears, Rogers said in a news release Friday.

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has confirmed the presence of zebra mussels in North Lida Lake in Otter Tail County near Pelican Rapids.

A chain of lakes near Pelican Rapids has been declared infested after crews from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources discovered two generations of zebra mussels, the agency announced.

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Meanwhile, the DNR is investigating a report of zebes in lake Latoka in Douglas County.

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At stake is the long term study of black bears by Wildlife Research Institute biologist Dr. Lynn Rogers. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources last month refused to renew Rogers' permit to radio collar bears and install webcams in dens.

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) crews are in the field marking boundaries on new Walk In Access land with bright yellow green signs. Beginning Sunday, Sept. 1, hunters will have access to 194 Walk In Access sites.

Rogers news release, issued Friday from the Wildlife Research Institute Rogers founded, also announced a legal fund that started on the nonprofit website earlier in the week.

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Starting Thursday, Aug. 1, hunters and trappers can apply for 2,000 early season and 1,300 late season licenses. That's a reduction from 3,600 early season and 2,400 late season licenses in 2012. The deadline to apply for the hunting and trapping license lottery is Thursday, Sept. 5.

Hunters heading to western and south central Minnesota will have access to an additional 6,083 acres of hunting land this fall as the Walk In Access program grows to more than 20,000 acres and the number of counties increases from 19 to 28.

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Minnesota youth have until Friday, Aug. 16, to apply for 18 mentored deer hunts this fall, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

Youth ages 12 15 may apply for one of 15 special firearms youth deer hunts at selected state parks and refuges. Youth ages 12 17 may apply for three special archery youth deer hunts. Participating in a youth deer hunt does not preclude the youth from participating in the regular firearms deer season, but any deer harvested do count against the youth's season bag limit.

In a separate communication, Rogers accused the DNR of wanting the bears killed.

DNR confirms zebra mussels in North Lida Lake in Otter Tail County; investigating report of zebra mussels in Lake Latoka in Douglas County

A limited number of either sex permits are available for each hunt. New hunts are available at Twin Lakes Scientific and Natural Area, Blue Mounds State Park, Camden State Park and Lake Shetek State Park.

Minnesota has about 19,000 wild bears.

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As a result, Zakaria points out, our world already appears post American in many ways.

"In one month in 2008, India and Brazil were willing to frontally defy the United States at the Doha trade talks, Russia attacked and occupied parts of Georgia, and China hosted the most spectacular and expensive Olympic Games in history. Ten years ago, not one of the four would have been powerful or confident enough to act as it did."

In his 2008 international bestseller The Post American World, Fareed Zakaria wrote, "The future is already here." If there were any doubts as to the veracity of that claim, the whirlwind events of the last three years have settled them.

This presents America with a unique challenge. While we still live, militarily speaking, in a single superpower world, the distribution of power in other spheres cultural, industrial, educational and financial has already begun to shift.

None of this will be easy for a country whose leaders have become accustomed to unquestioned dominance, and the obstacles facing the United States have only grown taller since the original publication of the book.

Even Zakaria's most forward looking projections haven't been able to keep pace with the acceleration of the "rise of the rest," the indelible phrase he coined in 2008 to describe the economic and political ascendance of emerging powers such as Brazil, China, and India.

As other countries grow in importance, the central role of the United States shrinks. No longer can America play the traditional part of dominating hegemon; it must become a more pragmatic, honest broker, sharing power as it attempts to build coalitions, reclaim its lost legitimacy, and continue to define the global agenda.

India's annual growth rate dropped to 5.7 percent in 2009, but jumped back up to 9.7 percent in 2010. China's GDP growth has held steady at 9 percent or higher since the financial meltdown.

Now, in a fully revised and completely updated edition,The Post American World (Release 2.0)Zakaria reviews the shifts of power he originally identified, marvels at how quickly they have occurred, and discusses the vast political and economic implications.

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tallest building in the world is now in Dubai. The world's richest man is Mexican, and its largest publicly traded corporation is Chinese. Even shopping, America's greatest sporting activity, has gone global. Of the top ten malls in the world, only one is in the United States; the world's biggest is in Dongguan, China.

Furthermore, the financial crisis of 2008, instead of slowing or reversing this shift as one might expect, actually narrowed the gap between the West and the rest. While the United States and other wealthy economies have floundered through a prolonged period of slow growth, high unemployment, and crippling debt, the countries that constitute "the rest" have rebounded quickly.

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