Links – July 23, 2010

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Here are some links I found interesting this week  – hope you enjoy them

Photography and Art Links

A Photo Editor has Print Your Friends Facebook Photos (if you’re on FB – be sure to read this and decide how much access you want people to have to your photos)

ArtBizBlog has 11 Fast Website or Blog Fixes

Black Star Rising has Don’t Let Your Photography Clients Sell You Short

PhotoAttorney has Trademarks – Basic Info and Registration

Gardening, Plants & Flowers Links

National Parks Traveler has US Fish and Wildlife Service Agrees Whitebark Pine Trees Might Need ESA Protection

National Park & National Wildlife Refuge Links

National Parks Traveler has Thank A National Park Ranger on July 29 and  Independent Review Calls on National Park Service To Bolster Its Natural Resource Stewardship and Science

Wildlife Links

BBC News has New Sea Creatures Found on Barrier Reef

AZ Central has At Wildlife Refuge, 2 Native Species Fight it Out

Refuge Watch has Geese Killings Could Affect Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge

The Guardian has Poachers Kill Last Female Rhino in South African Park for Prized Horn

National Parks Traveler has Man Who Poached Elk in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Receives Jail Time, Heavy Fine

CSMonitor has Another Consequence of Global Warming: More Marmots

Environmental Issues Links

NYTimes has After Oil Spills, Hidden Damage Can Last for Years

Cool Green Science has Climate Change: Risks to U.S. Water Supplies Will Increase

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