RALPH STROBEL OBITUARY
(taken from Hutchinson News) LARNED - Ralph E. Strobel, 80, died March 16, 2012. He was born April 20, 1931, to George and Sadie Strobel. Survivors include: his wife, Shirley; sons, Dennis, Terry, Rick, Jerry and David; stepsons, Dale Helmick and Todd Coffman; brothers, Roland and George; sisters, Pauline Schartz, Virginia Smith, JoAnn McElroy, and Ruth Johnson; 18 grandchildren; and 14...
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The sights and sounds of sandhill cranes →
I have always loved the distinctive sound of sandhill cranes. This is a “crane cam” at Rowe Sanctuary near Kearney, Neb. Be sure to tune in around sunrise or sunset. That’s the best time to see and hear them.
Joel's biodiversity project →
I’ve shown links before about Joel Sartore’s biodiversity project. He’s a National Geographic photographer who is currently photographing all the species of wildlife before they go extinct. He was featured on Thursday night’s NBC Evening News. Here is one of the links showing how he is progressing on his mission. Joel used to be the photo editor at The Wichita Eagle.
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