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Safety first rules our rangers’ burn plans
WHAT does a ranger do, exactly? It's one of those jobs we know exist, but unless we've got a close connection to someone involved, we might not be fully aware of what goes into it. Some people may...
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QUEENSLAND Parks and Wildlife Service
6 endangered animals poachers are hunting into ex...
This article originally appeared on Do you want the bad news or the even worse news? The bad news you probably already know: Cecil the lion, one of Zimbabwe’s best loved wild animals, was slain last...
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Protest at Marineland as government seeks input
Animal-rights activists say momentum is on their side, but they're not quite over the finish line just yet. The second annual Free Kiska demonstration took place outside Marineland Saturday between...
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara Falls Review
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Ballarat man takes on Japanese whalers
BALLARAT-born Buddy Collinson is on a mission to save the world’s whales. BALLARAT-born Buddy Collinson is on a mission to save the world’s whales. The 28-year-old is just back from spending a total...
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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Pasay, Meralco sign MOU on preparedness
The Pasay City government has signed an agreement with Manila Electric Company to work toward responding to the challenges of sustainable urbanization and development in the city. Mayor Antonino...
Read more at Manila Standard Today
Manila Electric Company
Texas man shoots armadillo, ricochet hits him in ...
Biologist Rodrigo Cerqueira holds an armadillo named Ana Botafogo in honor of the Brazilian dancer at the Rio Zoo in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. The three-banded armadillo is in...
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Rio de Janeiro
Get up-close with PONANT : Yacht Cruises & Expedi...
With small intimate sailing vessels, PONANT will get you up-close to the scenery you're travelling through. Discover the treasures of the World by sea. Pic PONANT *Sponsored content for...
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Motels from hell: Where's the enforcement?
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The Midland Motor Inn was gutted by fire the other week, an event that may actually end up being a boon for a neighborhood that has long complained about the shady...
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Bill de Blasio
How one bank is empowering its employees with tim...
For any type of company, expressing a passion for community involvement is one thing; actually empowering employees with the time to be out volunteering in the communities they serve is true...
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SACF marks 25 years of civic improvement
The Shawano Area Community Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a look back at its achievements and a look ahead at new objectives. From modest beginnings in 1990, the foundation has...
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Killing of Cecil pressures United States to prote...
Killing of Cecil pressures United States to protect African lion A lion is seen early morning at Nairobi's National Park March 11, 2013. The park is located just … By Barbara Liston and Jon...
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Walter James Palmer
Habitat 'upcycles' women's roles
for Humanity wants to keep good stuff out of landfills — and get women working in the construction trades. Call it "upcycling" in both cases. That's certainly the buzzword these...
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Dammed to death: Is this the end of the mighty Me...
Ota Khami, 55, stands on a boat over where his home was before it was bulldozed to make way for the Sesan 2 dam. Photo: Jason South Stung Treng, Cambodia: The company's bulldozers came early one...
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California's Shasta Dam – and its reservoir – cou...
WASHINGTON – A long-awaited study requested by Congress concludes that enlarging Shasta Dam in California by 18.5 feet is technically and economically feasible, though the Bureau of Reclamation...
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Orange County Register
The Sacramento Bee
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Bureau of Reclamation
Saving the Monarchs
Little River Wetlands Project at Eagle Marsh is doing its part to help keep monarch butterfly’s
growing here in Allen County. Through a program at the University of Minnesota, the wetland...
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University of Minnesota
Ash dieback threatens to ravage Britain's landsca...
The loss of such trees could significantly affect how the landscape looks, break up the connections they provide through the countryside for nature and reduce
, the Woodland Trust warned. By...
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'Kill the pipeline'? Someone's taking it too lite...
Opposition to the PennEast pipeline runs deep in many areas — but death threats? The FBI reportedly is investigating letters sent to PennEast from someone threatening to kill people connected to $1.2...
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Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge uses fire to ...
KARNACK - Driving through the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Fire Management for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Josh Bardwell stops his vehicle inspecting the forest. On the right side of the...
Read more at The Marshall News Messenger
Help bees by leaving roadsides unmowed
Help bees by leaving roadsides unmowed Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion As landowner Sarah Baker stated in her letter to township trustees: “A mowed lawn, put simply, is
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Federal Highway Administration
The Q7: Audi’s big SUV goes from tosspot to tip-t...
Vulture at the Wheel Too large, too ugly, too late. Luckily (for El Reg’s relationship with Audi) that’s my opinion of the outgoing Q7. Why anyone coughed up good money for a Q7 when for less you...
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