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SkyHi Daily News
Sulphur District Ranger Craig Magwire retiresPark, Fraser, Grand Lake and Granby as well as Grand County, the local Chambers
Sulphur District Ranger Craig Magwire retires
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
Park, Fraser, Grand Lake and Granby as well as Grand County, the local Chambers of Commerce chambers, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Rocky Mountain National Park and numerous volunteer partner organizations. Magwire started his career in 1978 with... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Water wise: Logging one of 29 identifed risks to our waterwatershed in? We are lucky that it is not more developed than it is, but it is
Water wise: Logging one of 29 identifed risks to our water
Comox Valley Record / Posted 19 hours ago
watershed in? We are lucky that it is not more developed than it is, but it is still far from pristine. Historic railway land grants have led to 65 per cent of the watershed being owned by private forestry interests. While much of the rest is in... Read more
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The Daily Dunklin Democrat
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces by St. LouisWARRENTON, Mo. (AP) -- A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife expert
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces by St. Louis
The Daily Dunklin Democrat / Posted yesterday
WARRENTON, Mo. (AP) -- A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife experts has trekked about 200 miles across the state over the past two years, managing to cross the Missouri River along the way. The bear nicknamed "Gummy" by Tom Kemper's... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces near St. LouisWARRENTON, Mo. (AP) — A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife experts
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces near St. Louis
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
WARRENTON, Mo. (AP) — A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife experts has trekked about 200 miles across the state over the past two years, managing to cross the Missouri River along the way. The bear nicknamed “Gummy” by Tom Kemper’s... Read more
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dna
State announces third new leopard safariand a leopard safari nearby will be an added attraction. "We have proposed to
State announces third new leopard safari
dna / Posted yesterday
and a leopard safari nearby will be an added attraction. "We have proposed to use 100 hectares of the forest department land, where a leopard-proof fence will be put up and the big cats captured from Junnar will be released. Tourists can see... Read more
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The Morning Call
Leaser Lake to remain catch-and-release for all but trout for likely two more yearsand coolwater fish for likely at least two more years. According to Pennsylvan
Leaser Lake to remain catch-and-release for all but trout for likely two more years
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
and coolwater fish for likely at least two more years. According to Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Area Fisheries Biologist Michael Kaufmann, the original goal when restocking began a few years ago was to allow the harvest of fish such as... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces by St. Louissedated and inspected Monday on the family's Warren County farm west of St. Lou
Missouri black bear treks 200 miles, surfaces by St. Louis
KOMU Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
sedated and inspected Monday on the family's Warren County farm west of St. Louis. Kemper said a man who cuts hay on his land spotted the bear nine days earlier. Missouri Department of Conservation wildlife biologist Tom Meister said the bear... Read more
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Henrietta Post
Uncovering the secret lives of black bearsDavid Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into
Uncovering the secret lives of black bears
Henrietta Post / Posted 2 days ago
David Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into the woods last November on his family’s land in Richmond.But then, there it was: A big black bear.With just one shot of his bow, Proctor downed the animal that a... Read more
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Fairport - East Rochester Post
Uncovering the secret lives of black bearsDavid Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into
Uncovering the secret lives of black bears
Fairport - East Rochester Post / Posted 2 days ago
David Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into the woods last November on his family’s land in Richmond.But then, there it was: A big black bear.With just one shot of his bow, Proctor downed the animal that a... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Uncovering the secret lives of black bearsDavid Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into
Uncovering the secret lives of black bears
MPNnow.com / Posted 4 days ago
David Proctor of Springwater hadn’t planned on getting a bear when he went into the woods last November on his family’s land in Richmond.But then, there it was: A big black bear.With just one shot of his bow, Proctor downed the animal that a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Low breeding rates a problem for wedge-tailed eagles: biologistWedge-tailed eagle fitted with a transmitter as part of the ongoing research. (
Low breeding rates a problem for wedge-tailed eagles: biologist
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Wedge-tailed eagle fitted with a transmitter as part of the ongoing research. (Supplied: Simon Cherriman) Environmental biologist Simon Cherriman said the slow rate of population growth was the first major indication out of his initial three... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Grouse study hot topic35 miles east of Roswell, is where a cooperative effort between the U.S. Geolog
Grouse study hot topic
Clovis News Journal / Posted 5 days ago
35 miles east of Roswell, is where a cooperative effort between the U.S. Geological Survey’s New Mexico Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit and the Bureau of Land Management is happening, according to a press release by the Lesser... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Want a pet turtle? Call the city of Sacramentoof pond renovations beginning in July, red-eared slider turtles living in McKin
Want a pet turtle? Call the city of Sacramento
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
of pond renovations beginning in July, red-eared slider turtles living in McKinley Park Pond and Boat Lake Pond in William Land Park will have to be removed. Because the turtles are not native to California, it’s illegal for the city to return them... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Lake where you live: Loon nestsbeside or riding on the back of its mother. Loon nesting is often a precarious
Lake where you live: Loon nests
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
beside or riding on the back of its mother. Loon nesting is often a precarious venture. Being ungainly in the extreme on land, loons need to nest right at the water's edge, or better still, on some high and dry place away from shore. Once loons'... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Local bat research project receives 'Wings Across the Americas' awardThe Wings Across the Americas Awards ceremony was held as part of the North Ame
Local bat research project receives 'Wings Across the Americas' award
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
The Wings Across the Americas Awards ceremony was held as part of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Pittsburgh, Pa. It is given to honor outstanding work in the conservation of birds, bats, butterflies and dragonflies.... Read more
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The Columbian
Wildlife now abundant in Chernobyl zone100,000 people who lived in a large zone surrounding the disaster site had been
Wildlife now abundant in Chernobyl zone
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
100,000 people who lived in a large zone surrounding the disaster site had been evacuated, never to return to the poisoned land. Today, the relics of their past — hollowed-out hotels, empty swimming pools, crumbling farming villages and oxidized... Read more
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Evening Standard
Evgeny Lebedev: My passion to save elephants started as a boyget stuck in mud holes and tramp around the African forests having adventures.
Evgeny Lebedev: My passion to save elephants started as a boy
Evening Standard / Posted 7 days ago
get stuck in mud holes and tramp around the African forests having adventures. It was how my grandfather, a leading Soviet biologist, instilled in me a love of wildlife. A few years later, accompanying him on a government trip to Africa, I came... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Thousands of fish die between Drake and Loveland after exposure to chemicalDespite state wildlife agency reports that more than 5,600 fish died last month
Thousands of fish die between Drake and Loveland after exposure to chemical
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Despite state wildlife agency reports that more than 5,600 fish died last month in the Big Thompson River upstream from Loveland's water treatment plant, city officials stress residents' drinking water remained safe. Colorado Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Kenosha News
Rehabilitated bald eagle takes flightinjured bald eagle found in New Munster was released there today, after spendin
Rehabilitated bald eagle takes flight
Kenosha News / Posted 7 days ago
injured bald eagle found in New Munster was released there today, after spending about seven weeks recuperating at a wildlife hospital in Walworth County. A man spotted the eagle sitting in a field on March 11, and a Department of Natural... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
U.S. Forest Service And TWRA Enter Into Good Neighbor Authority Agreement On The Cherokee National ForestThe Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the US Forest Service entered into
U.S. Forest Service And TWRA Enter Into Good Neighbor Authority Agreement On The Cherokee National Forest
The Chattanoogan / Posted 8 days ago
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the US Forest Service entered into an agreement on Monday that gives TWRA the authority to perform forest management activities on National Forest System Lands. The agreement enhances the long-standing... Read more
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The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle
State’s fisher recovery efforts help to avert federal ESA listingOLYMPIA — They look like weasels, prey on porcupines, and vanished from Washing
State’s fisher recovery efforts help to avert federal ESA listing
The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
OLYMPIA — They look like weasels, prey on porcupines, and vanished from Washington state’s forestlands more than 70 years ago. But now the fisher, a stocky woodland mammal the size of a large house cat, is making a comeback. With the support of... Read more
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The North West Star
Cruising options in Australia: Our island homevariety, says Brian Johnston. Along the Kimberley coastline, you can cruise be
Cruising options in Australia: Our island home
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
variety, says Brian Johnston. Along the Kimberley coastline, you can cruise between sapphire seas and rust-red rock in a land where waterfalls tumble and ancient handprints mark the land. Off the Whitsunday Islands, you might find Nemo and... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Sports Update: RAF Backcountry Noise Study Publishedto preserve and create airstrips for recreational access has addressed the ques
Sports Update: RAF Backcountry Noise Study Published
The Aero-News Network / Posted 9 days ago
to preserve and create airstrips for recreational access has addressed the question of the effect of aircraft noise on wildlife. A study released March 15 concludes that there is no significant increase in stress levels among wildlife due to... Read more
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Negros Chronicle
Biophilia and ecopsychologyexplains that “biophilia” is a relatively new psychological theory championed b
Biophilia and ecopsychology
Negros Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
explains that “biophilia” is a relatively new psychological theory championed by Pulitizer Prize-winning conservation biologist Edward O. Wilson, who coined this term to explain that our love for living things (plants, wildlife, woodlands…) is... Read more
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PhysOrg
Conservation alliance to focus on Peruvian Amazon deforestationEnvironment, and Sustainability (CEES), aims to develop transformative solution
Conservation alliance to focus on Peruvian Amazon deforestation
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Environment, and Sustainability (CEES), aims to develop transformative solutions to promote sustainable use of tropical landscapes, combat environmental destruction and improve human health in the Amazonian province of Madre de Dios (MDD) in... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA’S BEST IDEAspreads across the country of a beautiful area of California’s Yosemite Valley,
THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA’S BEST IDEA
KPBS San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
spreads across the country of a beautiful area of California’s Yosemite Valley, attracting visitors who wish to exploit the land’s scenery for commercial gain and those who wish to keep it pristine. Among the latter is a Scottish-born wanderer named... Read more
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Denver Post
Mountain Plover Festival offers look at ranching on Colorado's plainsfrom everywhere to go to this," said Snow, explaining how birders pile aboard y
Mountain Plover Festival offers look at ranching on Colorado's plains
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
from everywhere to go to this," said Snow, explaining how birders pile aboard yellow school buses that bounce over ranch lands, seeking a buff-colored bird that almost ended up on the endangered species lists. "There are a rancher or two on the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Spring gobbler hunters must show restraintDon Gensil turned off his head lamp and stopped walking near a pine tree in Sta
Spring gobbler hunters must show restraint
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Don Gensil turned off his head lamp and stopped walking near a pine tree in State Game Land 149 in Luzerne County where he once encountered a wild turkey. The turkey, Gensil recalled, gobbled about 15 minutes, but wouldn’t curve around the path into... Read more
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Canberra Times
Doubts over kangaroo culling sciencemyself it's an area where you could do so much and I can't understand how you c
Doubts over kangaroo culling science
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
myself it's an area where you could do so much and I can't understand how you can have for so many years this remarkable wildlife experiment," she said. Ms Newman said she was an evolutionary sociologist and that current studies regarding the... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of schoolchildren
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 12 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of schoolchildren
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 12 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of AlaskaWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 12 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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La Junta Tribune-Democrat
Bent on Birding at Las Animas May 12-16weekend full of bird watching, featuring piping plover, least tern, migrants an
Bent on Birding at Las Animas May 12-16
La Junta Tribune-Democrat / Posted 12 days ago
weekend full of bird watching, featuring piping plover, least tern, migrants and black rail with expert guide Duane Nelson, biologist, on private ranches and Parks and Wildlife land. Also available are wildlife viewing, petroglyph tours, dinosaur... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Living in the shadows of Chernobyla "stranger" outside the exclusion zone and rarely ventures outside the area.
Living in the shadows of Chernobyl
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
a "stranger" outside the exclusion zone and rarely ventures outside the area. "I'm not a nationalist but I love my native land," she said. "I hope children's laughter resounds again here, even if it takes years."Exclusion zone home to... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
South Florida developers target panther landAny hope that South Florida's endangered panthers will eventually spread hundre
South Florida developers target panther land
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
Any hope that South Florida's endangered panthers will eventually spread hundreds of miles north to as far the Orlando area and beyond may hinge on a proposal for immense development near Naples. A growth plan by nine Collier County landowners... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
South Florida developers target panther landAny hope that South Florida's endangered panthers will eventually spread hundre
South Florida developers target panther land
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
Any hope that South Florida's endangered panthers will eventually spread hundreds of miles north to as far the Orlando area and beyond may hinge on a proposal for immense development near Naples. A growth plan by nine Collier County landowners... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Bear Sightings In Springtime - What to Do And What Not To DoAs the weather warms, sightings of multiple types of wildlife potentially incre
Bear Sightings In Springtime - What to Do And What Not To Do
The Chattanoogan / Posted 12 days ago
As the weather warms, sightings of multiple types of wildlife potentially increase. This could include black bears that might be seen in or around your neighborhood this spring and summer, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’... Read more
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PhysOrg
When beauty becomes the beast: Research efforts successfully combat invasive speciesa century ago. In contrast to a backdrop of diverse wildflowers, bees, butterf
When beauty becomes the beast: Research efforts successfully combat invasive species
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
a century ago. In contrast to a backdrop of diverse wildflowers, bees, butterflies and birds—commonly seen in 19th-century landscape paintings—modern wooded areas are now overrun by imported invasive plants, choking out most native species and... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
The Record Searchlight / Posted 12 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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BC Local News
Local wildlife loving the Luxor LinkageA prime wildlife corridor linking the Purcell and Rocky mountains has become mo
Local wildlife loving the Luxor Linkage
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
A prime wildlife corridor linking the Purcell and Rocky mountains has become more secure for the grizzlies, bighorn sheep and other wide-ranging animals that use it thanks to the creation of a new conservation area located north of Edgewater,... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
KTVB Boise / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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11 News Houston
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildrenWALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar b
Ice melt forces polar bears into paths of Alaska schoolchildren
11 News Houston / Posted 13 days ago
WALES, Alaska — Melting ice off the coast of far-west Alaska is forcing polar bears onto the land, dangerously close to villages where children often walk unaccompanied across the snow-swept tundra. In these isolated communities, fears of a fatal... Read more
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