Monthly Archives: May, 2017

The Rufous Hummingbird

This is the third installment of our special hummingbird series with in-house hummingbird expert, Ken Assmus.  If you want more fun facts, expert advice and stunning photos scroll through our recent blog posts!  The Rufous hummingbird has officially been spotted in Idaho during its northwest migration. It is the second species of hummingbirds to make […]

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Midas Gold Wins National Community Impact Award

Trade and Industry Development magazine honored Midas Gold Idaho with a Corporate Investment and Community Impact (CiCi) Award for the work we are doing in Valley County. We were one of 15 companies recognized nationally in the Community Impact category. “The 12th Annual CiCi Community Impact category celebrates projects that are making their communities a […]

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The Problem with Blowout Creek & How We Plan to Fix It

Historical mining activity left its mark on the Stibnite Gold Project site, and not in a good way. You can see it by the lack of topsoil in the area, the absence of fish past the Yellow Pine Pit and, in the spring, it is particularly evident in the quality of the water in Meadow […]

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The Calliope Hummingbird

Weighing in at 2.5 grams (smaller than a U.S. dime), Calliope Hummingbirds have made it to Idaho on their long migration from Mexico to Canada. Have you spotted one yet? As a bird enthusiast, I eagerly await the arrival of the Calliope Hummingbirds in the Pacific Northwest each spring. Weighing 2.5 grams (that is smaller […]

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It is Hummingbird Season

Midas is excited to present our Hummingbird Special Series with in-house hummingbird expert, Ken Assmus.  Through this series, we will share fun facts, expert advice, fascinating photos, and more. So if you are as captivated by these amazing little creatures as we are, stay tuned!  Many people across the Pacific Northwest will begin seeing hummingbirds […]

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