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PhysOrg
Land-based food not nutritionally sufficient for wild polar bearsA study, by San Diego Zoo Global conservationists, released this week (Sept. 12
Land-based food not nutritionally sufficient for wild polar bears
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
A study, by San Diego Zoo Global conservationists, released this week (Sept. 12, 2016) is shedding new light on how scientists evaluate polar bear diet and weight loss during their fasting season. On average, a polar bear loses up to 30 percent of... Read more
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The Maui News
Change in endangered status of humpback whales draws criticismfor the Hawaii population under the act. "We do consider the need to remain a
Change in endangered status of humpback whales draws criticism
The Maui News / Posted 17 days ago
for the Hawaii population under the act. "We do consider the need to remain a safe distance . . . for their continued conservation," Somma said, adding that the retention of the limits was not meant to address tours but for "conservation of... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Murdock Charitable Trust CEO Steve Moore talks waterfront, challenges and local impactregion. We considered several options, but the waterfront seemed to be the best
Murdock Charitable Trust CEO Steve Moore talks waterfront, challenges and local impact
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 19 days ago
region. We considered several options, but the waterfront seemed to be the best fit for us. Q: You’re one of the largest foundations in the Pacific Northwest, but it seems many people don’t know about you. Why is that? Moore: That’s a good... Read more
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News.com.au
Humans have spoiled huge swath of wildresearchers said Thursday. The study in the journal Current Biology raises con
Humans have spoiled huge swath of wild
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
researchers said Thursday. The study in the journal Current Biology raises concern about these vital areas that form the foundation for ecosystems, particularly in the places that have lost the most, the Amazon and Central Africa. “We can’t... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New B.C. charity founded to protect province’s grizzly bearsmany have blamed the controversial grizzly bear trophy hunt for population decl
New B.C. charity founded to protect province’s grizzly bears
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
many have blamed the controversial grizzly bear trophy hunt for population declines in B.C., Mr. Audain said the new foundation will gather evidence before reaching any conclusions. “We do realize there are quite a number of issues beyond... Read more
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Japan Today
Obama visits Midway Atoll, a symbol of his climate, Asia legacy ‹ Japan TodayHone, who has studied the Battle of Midway. Obama, whose presidency comes to a
Obama visits Midway Atoll, a symbol of his climate, Asia legacy ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 27 days ago
Hone, who has studied the Battle of Midway. Obama, whose presidency comes to an end in five months, was to focus on how conservation can help species adjust to changing climate and was to call for an expansion of international climate... Read more
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Reuters
Obama visits Midway Atoll, a symbol of his climate, Asia legacyHone, who has studied the Battle of Midway. Obama, whose presidency comes to a
Obama visits Midway Atoll, a symbol of his climate, Asia legacy
Reuters / Posted 27 days ago
Hone, who has studied the Battle of Midway. Obama, whose presidency comes to an end in five months, was to focus on how conservation can help species adjust to changing climate and was to call for an expansion of international climate... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Celebrate National Park Service's 100th birthday with this quizif we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune,” said Theodor
Celebrate National Park Service's 100th birthday with this quiz
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune,” said Theodore Roosevelt, who was widely known as the conservation president. But it was never enough for Congress to simply set the lands aside, designating them as national... Read more

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