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When the Pennsylvania Game Commission Board tabled the idea of creating a user permit during their meeting in September, it didn’t mean the idea would disappear. In fact, it could be back on the...
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Michigan Wildlife Council makes strides in promot...
LAPEER — Just four months after its first official meeting, the Michigan Wildlife Council is moving firmly ahead on a statewide information campaign focused on elevating awareness about the importance...
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Fish move into ‘motels’
Fingerlings released into North East catchments SCIENTISTS and river health teams are using reclaimed timber from a tornado in the Yarrawonga area to create a series of fish “motels” along the Ovens...
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‘Wild’ fish make a comeback in Putah Creek
Putah Creek, an often-muddy stream that meanders through Yolo County, has been through a lot in the past 150 years. In 1871, settlers literally moved the stream by digging a new course to prevent...
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California Fish and Game Commission
United States Army
Fears for Becks' footie dream! Delays put US team...
STALLED: Beckham's bid has hit a snag [REX] A former business associate said the ex-England and Man United captain will meet his fellow investors in the new year. The star and his backers are said to...
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Visit to cemetery nets several bird species durin...
Three members of the Topeka Audubon Society were thrilled to run across a juvenile red-headed woodpecker Saturday. Jeff Hansen, Jennifer Jones and Janeen Walters spotted the bird almost as soon as...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
US Rep. Smith asks Obama to preserve levee plan
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri Congressman Jason Smith has written to President Barack Obama to push for the completion of a Missouri Bootheel region levee after concerns were raised about the...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
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Center for Biological Diversity wants Texas horne...
... are asking for state protection as an endangered species, and that is why we went to the state agency,” said Collette Adkins Giese, a biologist and lawyer for the Center for Biological Diversity,...
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Oklahoma State University
Las Cruces bird watchers spot rare species during...
LAS CRUCES >> A group of avid bird watchers could barely contain their excitement Saturday morning as they spotted a Hammond's flycatcher during the National Audubon Society's Christmas Bird...
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National Audubon Society
Carlos Andres López
Wild horse advocates push to enter Wyoming lawsuit
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wild horse advocates are pushing to intervene in a federal lawsuit the state of Wyoming filed recently against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management accusing the federal agency of...
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The Associated Press
Court ruling nullifies Newark's environmental rep...
NEWARK -- An Alameda County judge has nullified the environmental study for a development in the southwestern part of town, delaying the city's construction plans and ending a four-year legal battle...
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Inside Bay Area
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Crow rescued after being caught in power line in ...
Some people might think a crow didn’t deserve so much attention, but Elizabeth Melnick would disagree. The founder of Elizabeth’s Wildlife Center in Abbotsford believes all creatures deserve to live,...
Read more at Abbotsford News
Smith asks Obama to preserve levee plan
Congressman Jason Smith is calling for the completion of the St. John's Bayou and New Madrid Floodway Project in the Bootheel of Missouri. Smith says it is "obvious that people in Illinois have been...
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North Fork preservation celebrated in West Glacier
... minutes 20 seconds ago by Anna Cole - MTN News KalispellNorth Fork preservation celebrated in West Glacier WEST GLACIER - President Obama signed legislation Friday creating new wilderness in...
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Kalispell Chamber of Commerce
The Genesee County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold its 38th annual fund-raising event at the Sacred Heart Social Center beginning at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The center is located at 17...
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Exotic animals becoming new must-have at weddings
When it comes to weddings, many people think bigger and bolder is better. And recently that has meant a wild ceremony involving exotic animals, which has lead to some logistical and legal issues, CBS...
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Hainan gibbon ‘clinging on’ with 25 left in China
Scientists say a disease outbreak or typhoon could make the world’s rarest ape species extinct. Scientists are racing to save a critically endangered ape species that lives only in the rainforests of...
Read more at The Hindu
Zoological Society of London
Shifting trade winds behind lack of oxygen in tro...
For decades, scientists have witnessed the oxygen minimum zones (OMZ) in the tropical oceans expanding, reducing the
of some types of fish in the process, and now they finally know why this...
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Old bridge to be deployed to enhance reef
An artificial reef in the Lake Worth Lagoon, created from materials that were once part of a bridge over the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, is scheduled to be deployed beginning Monday. Palm Beach...
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Florida Department of Transportation
New book captures images of extreme adventures fr...
Life on the edge: Fearless adventurers photographed taking their passion for thrill-seeking to the far corners of the globe Fearless travel journalist Peter Guttman has released a new book of photos...
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