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2015/07/28 11:33
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Mountain lions used to roam most of the mainland United States. Their enormous range earned them many names puma, painter, catamount, cougar and made them the most widely distributed mammal in North...
2015/07/28 11:33
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2015/07/27 15:03
2015/07/27 15:03
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... is less sunny in some other parts of the butterfly's former range from Minnesota to New England. At Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in Indiana, extensive work to restore and expand the...
2015/07/27 01:56
2015/07/27 01:56
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Upper Peninsula. The state Department of natural Resources says the money will help fund a wildlife biologist position that is assigned to develop comprehensive strategies for 57 winter...
2015/07/26 16:33
2015/07/26 16:33
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... of the century. The nutrients that make krill so important to penguins and other Antarctic wildlife are the same ones that make them attractive for aquaculture, livestock and poultry feed,...
2015/07/26 06:17
2015/07/26 06:17
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Baron Lake Drive, Colorado Highway 65 Part of the fun was viewing and safety tips, hike with a wildlife officer, scavenger hunt, make moose antler hats, learn what a moose eats by making “moose...
2015/07/24 07:34
2015/07/24 07:34
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... may be scarce and many begin to die. Picture:REUTERS/Jorge Silva Quito - The Galapagos Islands, celebrated for their breathtaking biodiversity, could face a major threat from “El Niño,” the...
2015/07/23 23:50
2015/07/23 23:50
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... the fish would go up,” Jessie explained. That went on for almost an hour until Denver could land it on a rock. “We're not young and we don't have a lot muscle,” Jessie said with a laugh. And...
2015/07/23 21:08
2015/07/23 21:08
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... state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection released a draft of its 2015 Wildlife Action plan on Thursday, and is seeking public input and comment. It is the first update to...
2015/07/21 19:29
2015/07/21 19:29
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... pelicans to marine life including sea turtles, whales and dolphins. In fact Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists say clumps of fishing line are the most common foreign...
2015/07/21 12:14
2015/07/21 12:14
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... and their hands on their guns. The sprawling ranch sits on five acres deep in the rural Redland, up against the Everglades, where passing aircraft that come and go from a next-door glider...
2015/07/20 15:13
2015/07/20 15:13
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Mountain lions used to roam most of the mainland United States. Their enormous range earned them many names puma, painter, catamount, cougar and made them the most widely distributed mammal in North...
2015/07/20 08:39
2015/07/20 08:39
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As our area’s population continues to grow and our land continues to be developed, more people are having encounters with alligators. The N.C. Wildlife Resource Commissions said while the large...
2015/07/19 21:45
2015/07/19 21:45
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... following, ringed seals spend most of their time in water. Some polar bears retreat to land, where feeding opportunities are limited, or stay on sea ice that in recent years has retreated...
2015/07/19 07:29
2015/07/19 07:29
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... it.” In 2007, Chao became the youngest person to complete an east-west crossing of the Greenland icecap, enduring -40C cold as he dragged a 100kg sled behind him. More recently the...
2015/07/18 11:33
2015/07/18 11:33
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... sound like fun but for conservationists in Tanzania, this isn’t just a game. The Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) and the conservation organization Resolve have begun deploying...
2015/07/17 15:12
2015/07/17 15:12
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Institute are conducting field studies to assess the impacts of the Carlton Complex Fire on the landscape and wildlife of the Methow Valley. Nature is making an impressive comeback from the...
2015/07/17 02:55
2015/07/17 02:55
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... feeds livestock, gardens, and wild flowers that provide food and habitat for all sorts of wildlife. Climate change can disrupt the timing between bees and bloom, so that when pollinators...
2015/07/17 02:03
2015/07/17 02:03
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... species that swam the earth’s waters at the same time Tyrannosaurus Rex was wreaking havoc on land. ¶ The lake sturgeon could play an important role in the comeback of the Great Lakes. ¶...
2015/07/17 00:33
2015/07/17 00:33
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Sandra Goodwin, a private landowner from Boulder, Wyoming, has personally seen the effects of oil and gas development on greater sage-grouse populations near her home. When a gravel mine began hauling...
2015/07/16 16:19
2015/07/16 16:19
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... decision. “There’s several issues at hand,” said Anna Hall, Metchosin resident and biologist with a PhD in marine zoology. Her two biggest concerns are that council does not recognize...
2015/07/28 11:33
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