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Fast food chains are trolling IHOP after name change to IHOb -- and it's hilarious

Fast food chains are trolling IHOP after name change to IHOb -- and it's hilarious



2018-06-14T00:55:00+0000

Score one for Wendy's, zero for IHOb.

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WADING BIRD UPDATE! Just when we thought the SUPER wading bird nesting season was coming to a close, the birds had MORE surprises in store! Earlier this month, Park Biologists observed NEW White Ibis nesting activity in several locations, including at Paurotis Pond. 🐣

Want to learn more? Check out our web feature on this yea'rs wading bird nesting season here: www.nps.gov/ever/learn/news/wading-bird-supercolonies.htm

Photo Description: A White Ibis bird with a long, orange beak that curves slightly downward sits on a nest made of twigs in a tree.
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WADING BIRD UPDATE! Just when we thought the SUPER wading bird nesting season was coming to a close, the birds had MORE surprises in store! Earlier this month, Park Biologists observed NEW White Ibis nesting activity in several locations, including at Paurotis Pond. 🐣

Want to learn more? Check out our web feature on this years wading bird nesting season here: https://www.nps.gov/ever/learn/news/wading-bird-supercolonies.htm 

Photo Description: A White Ibis bird with a long, orange beak that curves slightly downward sits on a nest made of twigs in a tree.

Frito, the tiny seahorse stole the hearts of people around the world. ❤️ Her rescue story is also a lesson on the dangers of ocean pollution and its impact on even the smallest marine animals. Learn more on this snack-sized rescue @ bit.ly/2JW1pYb ...

 

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She was probably disappointed to go home after her vacation in the crystal clear waters of the aquarium.

Ride the waves Frito! So glad CWA was there to help you...can't wait to see the team in action...20 days to go!

The seahorse that started it all. I followed her rescue, recovery and release. Yes, I was obsessed;) am I crazy for missing a seahorse;)

I was so bummed. I missed her by 1 day when you realised her.

Bye Frito. Hope you have a good life.

Aly Krystkowiak something you’ll enjoy.

So cute

16 hours ago

Port Orange Parks & Recreation

Pictures of our Summer 2018 adult sports leagues- co-ed kickball, mixed pickleball, men's pickleball and women's pickleball ...

Pictures of our Summer 2018 adult sports leagues- co-ed kickball, mixed pickleball, mens pickleball and womens pickleballImage attachmentImage attachment

16 hours ago

Port Orange Parks & Recreation

Some pictures of our champion teams from the spring 2018 co-ed softball, co-ed soccer and men's softball leagues. ...

21 hours ago

Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Although these manta rays look like they are synchronized swimming, they are actually enjoying a family dinner! P.S. can you spot the sea turtle cameo?

National Geographic
Manta rays that eat together end up sticking together.
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They are gorgeous and I saw the turtle!! I love how the pattern on the top of their head resembles a raccoons face.

Brandy Miranda Howell this is going to be your life

It looks like a beautiful ballet!

So cool!🤙😁😎🌈

Beautiful! *Yes, I spotted the turtle! ❤️

Wow cool

Absolutely beautiful 💙

It looks like a beautiful ballet!

Cool .

Kristen Fields

Katy Higgins😎

Gabby Hurd

Marilyn Lee Mayer

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1 day ago

Everglades National Park

Fire crews continue prescribed burning in the Pinelands today. Burning helps to reduce built up dry, plant material that would fuel a fire. Getting rid of these “fuels” decreases the threat of a future runaway wildfire in the park. #EvergladesFireManagement #Prescribedfire

Photo Caption: A smoke column seen from the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center rises over Everglades National Park today as crews continue with prescribed fire operations in the Pine Rocklands. NPS Photo by Brian Culhane
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Fire crews continue prescribed burning in the Pinelands today. Burning helps to reduce built up dry, plant material that would fuel a fire. Getting rid of these “fuels” decreases the threat of a future runaway wildfire in the park. #EvergladesFireManagement #Prescribedfire

Photo Caption: A smoke column seen from the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center rises over Everglades National Park today as crews continue with prescribed fire operations in the Pine Rocklands. NPS Photo by Brian CulhaneImage attachment

 

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Now if you only had such care for south Florida's water quality and returning the natural flow of the Everglades. The Everglades is one of the rare ecosystems on Earth. It deserves care and respect and a good flow of of low nutrient water, not the crap in Lake O which is all the high nutrient water from as far north as Orlando. A large retention holding the lakes out flow that uses high nutrient consuming plants to help purify the discharge from the lake. The point is how little real action is flowing from Tallahassee to the crisis. It almost feels like all of Tallahassee has their heads in the sand. In order to preserve the Everglades we need action, not dispute. Talk has gone on for at least 50 years that I am aware of and little to no action. Wake up my fellow citizens, especially young voters, and accept the fact that we the voters that have been suckered by Tallahassee. Unless we demand action, nothing will ever change regarding action to correct south Florida's water management crisis.

2 days ago

Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Roll call!📢 Where are you from and who is your favorite CMA resident? #CMAinspires ...

 

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Maryland. Just there yesterday..

England!!! We will be with you in August and my three children (and me of course!!) cannot wait to meet Winter and Hope! They are worried Rufus might steal what they buy from the gift shop! 😂😂😂

Houston, Tx. We planned our spring break last year just to come see you all! Best trip ever! My girls did the trainer package with Hope and Rufus! My favorite memory was them telling me they did not want to wash their hands because they smelled like Hope. ❤️😄 But We ❤️❤️❤️❤️ you all! Hugs to all those sweet loveys!

I am from pontefract in UK and I love all that is about CMA but I have to say Winter is my fav. Resident , she stole my heart and certainly changed my attitude to the wellbeing of our planet from the moment I heard her story and met her along time ago

I’m from Missouri and while I loved seeing ALL of the residents I got teary eyes watching Nicholas interact with his trainer. He’ll always have a special place in my heart after experiencing that overwhelming moment of gratitude for what your amazing facility is doing to ensure these animals have fulfilling live.

Sacramento,CA All of the residents, although I have a special place in my heart for Winter Hope & Nicholas

Ohio. We visited several days ago. Mine was Rufus and Winter

Minneapolis and I don't have a favorite. I love them all. I tell people about this place and how much better it is than all the usual tourist destinations in FL.

Michigan. And I love all your residents, plan on going to Clearwater beach and go to the aquarium in feb 2020, with my family, first time in florida

Newfoundland, Canada. I love Nicholas. ❤

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I loved my visit a month ago! I spent the whole day there. I loved seeing all of them!! Having my picture taken with Hope was special but there's something about Nicholas ❤ Winter's very precious too 🐬🐬

We are from North Dakota. Have loved you since Winter's movie! Follow on fb. Plan to come see you this December.

Port Lambton, Ontario, Canada never been but would love to visit someday and she the dolphins

Kentucky, They all are my pick. You all doing a wonderful job down there. Can't wait until next May so I can visit you all again...

I'm from Edmonton Alberta and I love all the animals. My favorite is Nicholas, Winter, and Hope. They teach me never give up even thought it's hard.

Elizabethtown Indiana Winter and Hope I have promised my kids we will make the trip to meet them one day!

Mississippi me and my mama watched Dolphin tale yesterday and of course we cried. But my favorite resident Walle Nicholas Winter Hope Rufus All of them we visited y'all a few years ago and i cried so much i love what y'all do

South Dakota and we are coming to see you next month! We are super excited 😊

Ohio....visited there last summer....really really enjoyed it there. Cant pick fav resident....all are!! Thank you for what you do!!❤

Kindersley, Saskatchewan Canada! We visited in February was so amazing to see Winter and Hope in person 💕

I’m bringing my girls to come see them all the way from Oklahoma next Wednesday!! We’re so excited to see winter and hope!!!!

I’m from Missouri I have never been to CMA but hope I can someday. I loved the movies and want to see Winter and Hope. Honestly I want to see all of them.

I'm from Iowa & I would have to say Winter, Hope & Nicholas. But u love all the other animals there too!!

Janesville, WI don’t have a favorite love them all. I can not wait for our Florida trip in August to see them all

Bucksport, Maine we made the drive down last year with our daughter who loves the movie Dolphin Tale, we loved seeing Winter and all of the other residents too

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2 days ago

Port Orange Parks & Recreation

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Everglades Fire Management successfully completed the Block D Prescribed Burn today (June 18th). Fire Management used aerial ignition to burn off Main Park Road. Using prescribed fire makes the park safer from wildfire. It reduces the amount of dry plant material built up so when a wildfire happens, there is less “fuel” to burn. Crews will continue burning in the Pine Rocklands tomorrow (June 19th). #Prescribedfire

Photo Caption: An Everglades National Park Firefighter observes fire behavior during prescribed fire operations in the Pine Rocklands today (June 18th). Photo Taken by Ian Wilson.
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Everglades Fire Management successfully completed the Block D Prescribed Burn today (June 18th). Fire Management used aerial ignition to burn off Main Park Road. Using prescribed fire makes the park safer from wildfire. It reduces the amount of dry plant material built up so when a wildfire happens, there is less “fuel” to burn. Crews will continue burning in the Pine Rocklands tomorrow (June 19th). #Prescribedfire

Photo Caption: An Everglades National Park Firefighter observes fire behavior during prescribed fire operations in the Pine Rocklands today (June 18th). Photo Taken by Ian Wilson.

We’ve got your daily dose of cuteness here! Hopefully, Walle can help you get through those mid-day yawns. #CMAinspires ...

We’ve got your daily dose of cuteness here! Hopefully, Walle can help you get through those mid-day yawns. #CMAinspires

 

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Where was Walle hiding I don't see him on the river otter cam when we go to your webpage seewinter.com

Will see you guys this week,,can't wait

Samantha Ouimette well well well...look who decided to wake up!!

Oh Walle, nothing like a fish popsicle right? Bring it on🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

He’s smiling!!!!!!

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I miss you Walle!! ❤️

So cute..I hope to see that smile when I pop by for my visit!

Douglas Hart we met him ❤️😍

Hes cute

Cute

Colleen Elizabeth

Dorene MacFadyen

Cass Jayde

Michael

Dominik Ra

Donna Groff Smith

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