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2014/08/21 19:15
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WELLS, Maine — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is participating in a groundbreaking study of shorebird migration patterns, using cutting-edge technology to track the birds and record their...
2014/08/21 19:15
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2014/08/20 17:03
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... most built in the 1800s to power mills. According to a July presentation by Ben Lorson, a biologist with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, the state's inventory lists about 3,000...
2014/08/20 16:20
2014/08/20 16:20
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... source, milkweed. In Maine, monarch butterflies have been slowly disappearing from the landscape over the past decade. There’s not much the state can do about it. “Maine plays a minor...
2014/08/20 10:07
2014/08/20 10:07
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Renewable Energy has made a contribution of $287,790 to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations' spotted owl recovery program. According to a government...
2014/08/19 15:15
2014/08/19 15:15
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... research for the Downeast Institute for Applied Marine Research & Education on Great Wass Island in Beals. Sferra has expertise in wildlife biology and land conservation; she previously...
2014/08/19 14:58
2014/08/19 14:58
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... tusks, said the study's lead researcher, George Wittemyer, an assistant professor of fish, wildlife and conservation biology at Colorado State University. Wittemyer has studied African...
2014/08/18 06:03
2014/08/18 06:03
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With such information, land managers could build wildlife crossings over roadways where animals congregate or build fencing to keep animals off busy highways, Lulow said. Efforts are already underway...
2014/08/16 14:08
2014/08/16 14:08
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... increasing the availability of black bear dens in the Jordan River watershed on Vancouver Island using a new and innovative approach. Coastal black bears use large diameter (mean = 143 cm)...
2014/08/16 11:35
2014/08/16 11:35
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On Dec. 18, 1997, Kentucky wildlife officials released seven elk on reclaimed strip mine property that was then part of the Cyprus Amax Wildlife Management Area in the rugged southeastern corner of...
2014/08/15 17:15
2014/08/15 17:15
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... northern and eastern Maine will go out of business.” Trahan, echoing the predictions of state biologists, says the bear population will climb if hunters are unable to use these three methods....
2014/08/15 12:15
2014/08/15 12:15
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Baird’s sandpipers are the same size and also have wings longer than the tail. These are grassland prairie birds and most migrate through the central states, but not all. Enough find their way...
2014/08/13 17:20
2014/08/13 17:20
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Biologists from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico Collaborate for North America’s Fastest Land Animal New Pronghorn Management Guides share latest science, inform issues impacting species Available for...
2014/08/13 15:19
2014/08/13 15:19
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... a series of downward revisions in mule deer population objectives by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, herd numbers remain about 125,000 below the goal. CPW's most recent population estimates...
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2014/08/12 20:28
2014/08/12 20:28
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The Fish and Wildlife Service has withdrawn its proposal to list wolverine as an endangered species despite the threat presented to its high mountain habitat by climate change. The weasel family...
2014/08/12 00:34
2014/08/12 00:34
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... rare forest in Miami-Dade County are being added to the endangered species list, federal wildlife managers announced Monday. The listing of the Bartram’s hairsteak and Florida leaf wing,...
2014/08/11 22:45
2014/08/11 22:45
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... on an endangered frog species. The agency had been removing and burning trees and brush on land near Upper Echo Lake, about 8 miles southwest of South Lake Tahoe, that is considered for...
2014/08/11 19:39
2014/08/11 19:39
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... compared with DNA of modern-day cutthroat trout that were collected by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Research Scientist Kevin Rogers. The biggest surprise in 2012 was that the cutthroat...
2014/08/11 13:23
2014/08/11 13:23
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... of the science and technology committee for the Eastern Idaho Aspen Working Group and a wildlife biologist for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe. "I would consider it a very big issue," said Ben...
2014/08/10 11:31
2014/08/10 11:31
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... creature. For millennia, the western striped newt skittered in and out of isolated wetlands dotting the sandy, longleaf pine forest here, continually transforming over its lifespan from...
2014/08/10 05:03
2014/08/10 05:03
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... today. Much of that increase has occurred in the least likely place: cities and suburbs. Wildlife agencies have reduced deer populations in woods and farmlands through lengthened hunting...
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