Statewide — A new online tool is designed to collect information about Indiana wildlife that appear sick or has died without an apparent cause. Reports are added to an active database that helps DNR track wildlife health over time and detect disease outbreaks. The form can be found by clicking here.Individuals are encouraged to report fish or wildlife displaying odd behavior or signs of disease. The information gathered from this website allows biologists to monitor diseases that may be affecting fish or wildlife in the state, including epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), avian cholera, and white-nose syndrome, among others. A biologist may contact the reporter if a sample for disease testing is needed.The DNR is especially interested in:Incidents involving the death of five or more animals.Recurring deaths of animals in the same location over a period of time.Incidents involving threatened or endangered species, regardless of the cause of death or the number of animals involved.
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Giancarlo Stanton finally dents RBI column in injury-plagued season Blake Treinen injury update: Athletics closer going on IL with rotator cuff strain [email protected] makes one more memory for the Cardinals fans. pic.twitter.com/m3VUZzVTng— MLB (@MLB) June 22, 2019Runners should probably avoid running on Aaron [email protected] denies another. pic.twitter.com/sXy5F2zXQ8— MLB (@MLB) June 23, 2019What’s Next?Rays (44-33) at Athletics (41-37), 4:07 p.m. ET — Tampa Bay is trying to catch up to the American East-leading Yankees and will send Ryan Yarbrough (5-3, 5.26 ERA) to the mound in the final game of this series. The Athletics will counter with Brett Anderson (7-4, 3.68) as they try to move ahead of the Rangers for second place in the AL West. Albert Pujols makes emotional return to St. Louis The @Yankees have tied their franchise record, set in 1941, by hitting a HR in 25 straight games. 😨 pic.twitter.com/yxQD6A9575— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) June 23, 2019This time around it was Gary Sanchez who set the pace with eight home runs during that span. But Saturday, it was Gio Urshela’s homer that kept the streak going against the Astros. The Yankees went on to win 7-5.Austin Romine added a home run in the seventh inning to tie the score at five runs apiece and Giancarlo Stanton had the go-ahead RBIs to reach the final score. Related News The Yankees entered elite territory Saturday.New York had its 25th consecutive game with a home run, which tied a franchise record set in 1941. The 1941 team also homered in 25 straight games in the month of June that season with Joe DiMaggio leading the way, hitting 10. Oppo for Ro-Ro 🚣♂️ pic.twitter.com/nsCtwHbogo— New York Yankees (@Yankees) June 23, 2019Josh Reddick and Yordan Álvarez were the only Astros to bring in runs. Both hit homers, Reddick a two-run bomb and Álvarez followed that up with a three-run homer an inning later.New York moved to 49-27 with the win, while Houston fell to 48-30.Studs of the NightIt was a long time coming for Wilkin Castillo. But when the Marlins catcher recorded his first hit in 3,654 days it was a big one. Castillo’s go-ahead two-run double helped lift Miami ahead of Philadelphia, 5-3.Wilkin Castillo hasn’t played in the big leagues since 2009.In his first day back in the show, he smashes a go-ahead double. 👏 👏 👏 pic.twitter.com/OG0NZOp1Nz— MLB (@MLB) June 22, 2019Pete Alonso hit his 26th home run of the season to set the National League rookie record for most homers before the All-Star Game. The Mets went on to beat the Cubs 10-2.A change in the Brewers lineup served the team well. Yasmani Grandal led off for the first time in his career and homered in his opening at-bat. Milwaukee ended a season-high five-game losing streak with his help. The Brewers beat the Reds, 6-5.Duds of the NightThe Tigers struggled to get their bats going with only four batters recording hits. Detroit ended up laying a goose egg in a 2-0 loss to Cleveland. Mariners starting pitcher Tommy Milone didn’t fare well against the Orioles. He fell to 1-2 on the season after allowing four hits and three earned runs in the 8-4 loss.HighlightsWho is cutting onions? Albert Pujols received a heartfelt reaction from Cardinals fans when he crushed his 13th home run of the season. The Angels first baseman was also emotional, calling the moment “amazing” despite Los Angeles losing 4-2.