September 18, 2020
Salem-News.com South America articles
Salem-News.com (Feb-06-2012 02:25)
A Child Dies of Hunger Every Six SecondsClemente Ferrer Salem-News.com
1 out of 7 children born in the world’s poorest countries is sentenced to die before reaching the age of 5.
Let's consider some statistical facts that must be taken into account: A child, less than 5 years old, dies of hunger every 6 seconds.
Salem-News.com (Feb-28-2011 16:43)
Rare Bird Captured for First Time, Fitted With Tracking Device and ReleasedSalem-News.com
Yellow-billed Cotingas are about the size and shape of a pigeon and are strong flyers.
(WASHINGTON. D.C.) -
American Bird Conservancy and Friends of the OSA today reported that three endangered Yellow-billed Cotingas were for the first time ever, captured and released unharmed near the Costa Rican town of Rincon.
Salem-News.com (Aug-16-2010 16:00)
History Mysteries: The Legendary Yacumama, Mysterious Monster of the AmazonTerrence Aym Salem-News.com
The Yacumama real are real. They may even be a previously undiscovered species.
The world is filled with secrets. Many of them it does not give up easily. Empires have risen and empires have fallen in the midst of mysteries-riddles that remained unsolved through the centuries.
Salem-News.com (May-28-2010 21:16)
Charging the Big Swells in the Earthquake Land: ChileEric Akiskalian for Salem-News.com
California Big Wave Rider meets Chile Con Carne.
(PUNTA DE LOBOS, Chile) -
A recent trip to Chile left amazing memories and impressions, I had a great time paddling the entire trip and shooting an amazing big wave session: the Quiksilver Ceremonial Punta de Lobos Big Wave Event.
Salem-News.com (Oct-19-2009 19:38)
Adios a OregonEddie Zawaski
Views of a rainy NW state from a South American Paradise.
(PATAGONIA, Argentina) -
Patagonia is a long way from the USA not just in terms of the miles that a person has to travel to get here, but culturally and politically as well.