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TribLIVE
Outdoors notebook: New Glade Run Lake may sport different lookit in time for fishing in 2017. When that time comes, anglers and boaters may
Outdoors notebook: New Glade Run Lake may sport different look
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
it in time for fishing in 2017. When that time comes, anglers and boaters may notice trees in the water. Tim Wilson, a biologist in the commission's area 1 office in Linesville, said he'll recommend leaving woody vegetation growing in the lake... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Obama defends Arctic drilling decision on eve of Alaska climate change tripsea ice cover forced an estimated 6,000 walruses, mainly females and their youn
Obama defends Arctic drilling decision on eve of Alaska climate change trip
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
sea ice cover forced an estimated 6,000 walruses, mainly females and their young, to come to shore on a remote barrier island off the Chukchi Sea, US government officials said on Friday. Meanwhile, Shell was forced to pause its drilling in the... Read more
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FOX News
Feds plan to spend more than $200M to help protect sage grouseacres by 2018. He also promised more will be done to limit residential developm
Feds plan to spend more than $200M to help protect sage grouse
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
acres by 2018. He also promised more will be done to limit residential development in sage grouse habitat and to restore wetlands used by the birds. Nearly half of the $211 million the government plans to invest over the next three years will go... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Iowa’s rabbit, squirrel seasons open Sept. 5 statewide“Cottontail populations on average are 50 percent higher than we’ve seen over t
Iowa’s rabbit, squirrel seasons open Sept. 5 statewide
Newton Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
“Cottontail populations on average are 50 percent higher than we’ve seen over the last 10 years,” said Todd Bogenschutz, upland wildlife biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. “Our cottontail populations remain strong statewide with... Read more
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PhysOrg
Activists misuse open records requests to harass researchersIn 2009, Google Suggest was at the ready to serve up results about Climategate.
Activists misuse open records requests to harass researchers
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
In 2009, Google Suggest was at the ready to serve up results about Climategate. Credit: search-engine-land, CC BY This winter, Kevin Folta, a plant molecular biologist with the University of Florida's (UF) Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Bangor volunteer builds high-rise ‘condos’ for imperiled batsthe air, two giant bat houses stand sentinel over a Bangor field. These new con
Bangor volunteer builds high-rise ‘condos’ for imperiled bats
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
the air, two giant bat houses stand sentinel over a Bangor field. These new constructions, built and donated to the Bangor Land Trust by Bangor resident Bill Childs, recently were erected at BLT’s West Penjajawoc Preserve. Each “bat condo” can... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Norwalk
Diamondback Terrapin Finds Refuge On Norwalk Land Trust’s Hoyt IslandNORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Land Trust’s three-acre bird sanctuary and wildli
Diamondback Terrapin Finds Refuge On Norwalk Land Trust’s Hoyt Island
The Daily Voice - Norwalk / Posted 5 days ago
NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Land Trust’s three-acre bird sanctuary and wildlife preserve called Hoyt Island has emerged as a sustainable habitat on Long Island Sound for the northern diamondback terrapin, afforded stronger protection under new... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNRis at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNR
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 6 days ago
is at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,” explained Chuck Sykes, Director of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. Sykes says with every cut to their budget the state is providing less service to... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNRis at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNR
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted 6 days ago
is at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,” explained Chuck Sykes, Director of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. Sykes says with every cut to their budget the state is providing less service to... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNRis at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,
Budget crisis threatens more than just state parks under DCNR
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 6 days ago
is at a 35 year low, we have 27 counties that only have one officer per county,” explained Chuck Sykes, Director of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. Sykes says with every cut to their budget the state is providing less service to... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
More traps, snares in NM not the answerincrease trapping and snaring. The proposals would allow for the use of traps a
More traps, snares in NM not the answer
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 6 days ago
increase trapping and snaring. The proposals would allow for the use of traps and snares for killing cougars on private land without a permit and open up all state trust lands to the use of traps and snares. The state has set hunting limits for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Climate Change Will Hit Poor Countries Hardest, Study Showsrises of 6 centigrade or more by the end of the century. That is now thought un
Climate Change Will Hit Poor Countries Hardest, Study Shows
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
rises of 6 centigrade or more by the end of the century. That is now thought unlikely by scientists, but average land and sea temperatures are expected to continue rising throughout this century, possibly reaching 4 centigrade above... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Did Woodlands residents see a mountain lion?CLINTON – Is there a mountain lion roaming around the woods of Clinton?Several
Did Woodlands residents see a mountain lion?
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
CLINTON – Is there a mountain lion roaming around the woods of Clinton?Several residents of the Woodlands, on Berlin Street, claim they have seen one this summer.The latest sighting came, earlier this month, from Rose Kozar and three other members of... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Wilton
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Wilton / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Weston
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Weston / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Canaan
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - New Canaan / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Darien
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Darien / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Norwalk
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Norwalk / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Danbury
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Danbury / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Stamford
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Stamford / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Fairfield
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Fairfield / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Ridgefield
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announce
Sunday Deer Hunting On Private Land In Fairfield County Begins In October
The Daily Voice - Ridgefield / Posted 8 days ago
-- Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced bow hunting on Sundays during the private land archery deer season will be permitted in most deer management zones in the state – except for those in north-central... Read more
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The Columbia County News-Times
Fort Gordon to give hunters and fishermen the scoopat 6 p.m. “It is open to anyone who wants to learn about our hunting and fishi
Fort Gordon to give hunters and fishermen the scoop
The Columbia County News-Times / Posted 8 days ago
at 6 p.m. “It is open to anyone who wants to learn about our hunting and fishing program out here,” said Michael Juhan, wildlife biologist with the Natural Resources Branch of the Directorate of Public Works at Fort Gordon. There are... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Latest Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont news, sports, business and entertainmentPOLICE IMPERSONATOR-PROSTITUTES Man found guilty of posing as officer to coerc
Latest Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont news, sports, business and entertainment
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 9 days ago
POLICE IMPERSONATOR-PROSTITUTES Man found guilty of posing as officer to coerce prostitutes PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Westbrook man has been convicted of posing as a police officer to intimidate prostitutes into having sex with him for free. A jury... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Managing Wetlands at J. Clark Salyer Wildlife Refuge2015 has delivered less precipitation than in years past, and that provides the
Managing Wetlands at J. Clark Salyer Wildlife Refuge
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 10 days ago
2015 has delivered less precipitation than in years past, and that provides the biologists at J. Clark Salyer Wildlife Refuge a useful opportunity. Bonnie Campo visited the refuge as staff drain water down to build soil oxygen levels up. Meet Todd... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Second phase of Kelowna creek restoration project nearing completioncreek that’s unromantically called Phase I would be a daunting task for most, b
Second phase of Kelowna creek restoration project nearing completion
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 10 days ago
creek that’s unromantically called Phase I would be a daunting task for most, but one that Darryl Arsenault, a fisheries biologist with Golder Associates, could likely do with ease. Arsenault has been helping oversee the creek’s transformation... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Norwalk
Diamondback Terrapin Finds Refuge On Norwalk Land Trust's Hoyt IslandNORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Land Trust’s three-acre bird sanctuary and wildli
Diamondback Terrapin Finds Refuge On Norwalk Land Trust's Hoyt Island
The Daily Voice - Norwalk / Posted 10 days ago
NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Land Trust’s three-acre bird sanctuary and wildlife preserve called Hoyt Island has emerged as a sustainable habitat on Long Island Sound for the northern diamondback terrapin, afforded stronger protection under new... Read more
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Rolla Daily News
Conservation Commission approves changes to deer regulationsits website in early 2016. When formulating recommendations for these regulatio
Conservation Commission approves changes to deer regulations
Rolla Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
its website in early 2016. When formulating recommendations for these regulation changes, the MDC used deer hunter surveys, landowner surveys, archery-hunter observation surveys, deer population simulations, biological data, harvest summaries and... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Grouse management sites aid Michigan bird huntersSept. 15 marks the opening day of ruffed grouse season in Michigan, the time wh
Grouse management sites aid Michigan bird hunters
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
Sept. 15 marks the opening day of ruffed grouse season in Michigan, the time when trucks hit public land two-tracks in search of prime hunting spots. "Opening day of grouse season is a real treat -the woods are just coming alive with color, and you... Read more
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Daily Mail
California is sinking: Groundwater pumping's causing rapid subsidencethe drought is causing areas to plunge by two inches a month Nasa scientists u
California is sinking: Groundwater pumping's causing rapid subsidence
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the drought is causing areas to plunge by two inches a month Nasa scientists used satellite images to measure the sinking land Showed parts of California's Central Valley are sinking by almost two inches (5cm) each month, putting infrastructure... Read more
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Denver Post
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the currentimpact as the contaminants from the Animas flowed into the San Juan River, whic
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the current
Denver Post / Posted 12 days ago
impact as the contaminants from the Animas flowed into the San Juan River, which flows for 215 miles through Navajo land. Three million gallons inadvertently released from the Gold King Mine into Cement Creek above Silverton during an... Read more
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The Telegraph
Wildlife experts debunk Bhutan tiger migration routeA Royal Bengal tiger in Kaziranga National Park. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati
Wildlife experts debunk Bhutan tiger migration route
The Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
A Royal Bengal tiger in Kaziranga National Park. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati, Aug. 18: Wildlife experts have disagreed with the National Tiger Survey of Bhutan report, which says tigers from that country could move to Kaziranga in Assam and... Read more
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Denver Post
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the currentimpact as the contaminants from the Animas flowed into the San Juan River, whic
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the current
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
impact as the contaminants from the Animas flowed into the San Juan River, which flows for 215 miles through Navajo land. Three million gallons inadvertently released from the Gold King Mine into Cement Creek above Silverton during an... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Fungus killing snakes in at least 9 statesmassasauga rattlesnake, which was a candidate for the federal endangered specie
Fungus killing snakes in at least 9 states
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
massasauga rattlesnake, which was a candidate for the federal endangered species list even before the fungus appeared. Biologists have compared its appearance to the fungus that causes white nose syndrome in bats, which since 2006 has killed... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
2016 Indianapolis Prize nominees announcedcheetahs and many more. “The 2016 Indianapolis Prize Nominees represent many o
2016 Indianapolis Prize nominees announced
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 13 days ago
cheetahs and many more. “The 2016 Indianapolis Prize Nominees represent many of the most significant and accomplished wildlife conservationists in the field today,” said Michael Crowther, president and CEO of the Indianapolis Zoo, which... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Announces Employees Of The YearTennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) announced the Region III, 2015 Wildl
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Announces Employees Of The Year
The Chattanoogan / Posted 14 days ago
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) announced the Region III, 2015 Wildlife Officers of the year, along with the Wildlife Technician of the year and Wildlife Biologist of the year. These honors are presented to outstanding leaders in each... Read more
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Daily News
Environmentalism’s Racist HistoryGrant, like many young men of his vintage, felt duty-bound to do more than enjo
Environmentalism’s Racist History
Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
Grant, like many young men of his vintage, felt duty-bound to do more than enjoy his privilege. He made himself a credible wildlife zoologist, was instrumental in creating the Bronx Zoo, and founded the first organizations dedicated to preserving... Read more
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Daily Herald
For some Yellowstone bison, a date with deathYELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. -- Even for a park with a history of unhappy en
For some Yellowstone bison, a date with death
Daily Herald / Posted 16 days ago
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. -- Even for a park with a history of unhappy encounters between people and wildlife, 2015 is shaping up as an eventful year for Yellowstone and its bison. Since mid-May, five visitors have been hurt -- gored, trampled... Read more
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Washington Post
For some Yellowstone bison, the roaming ends at the slaughterhouseBrown/AP) YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Even for a park with a history of
For some Yellowstone bison, the roaming ends at the slaughterhouse
Washington Post / Posted 16 days ago
Brown/AP) YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Even for a park with a history of unhappy encounters between people and wildlife, 2015 is shaping up as an eventful year for Yellowstone and its bison. Since mid-May, five visitors have been hurt —... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern Californiawas making his way." "The case illustrates the challenges that mountain lions i
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California
Oakland Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
was making his way." "The case illustrates the challenges that mountain lions in this region face," said Dr. Seth Riley, wildlife biologist with the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. "P-32 conquered all kinds of freeways and... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern Californiawas making his way." "The case illustrates the challenges that mountain lions i
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California
Inside Bay Area / Posted 17 days ago
was making his way." "The case illustrates the challenges that mountain lions in this region face," said Dr. Seth Riley, wildlife biologist with the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. "P-32 conquered all kinds of freeways and... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Elk, deer herds showing good numbers for 2015 huntingpositive things for big game hunters converging on the Northwest Colorado area.
Elk, deer herds showing good numbers for 2015 hunting
Craig Daily Press / Posted 17 days ago
positive things for big game hunters converging on the Northwest Colorado area. Post-hunt estimates by Colorado Parks & Wildlife show an increase for certain herds, such as the Bears Ears elk herd in Moffat County, which stands at about 24,000,... Read more
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Cherokee Tribune
Black bear sightings reported in Cherokee County - Black bear sightings are on the rise in Cherokee County with summer a peak time for the animals to be spotted roaming residential areas. At least two bears have been reported in Woodstock with one...and just continue our daily lives. I am not concerned and I haven’t heard any c
Black bear sightings reported in Cherokee County - Black bear sightings are on the rise in Cherokee County with summer a peak time for the animals to be spotted roaming residential areas. At least two bears have been reported in Woodstock with one...
Cherokee Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
and just continue our daily lives. I am not concerned and I haven’t heard any concerns,” Robino said. Brent Womack, a wildlife biologist with Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said attractants are the reason bears will stay in... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
National challenge of leaking mines dwarfs Colorado spillthe long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds o
National challenge of leaking mines dwarfs Colorado spill
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 18 days ago
the long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds of the San Juan River crosses Navajo land before reaching Lake Powell. "This is a huge issue," Begaye said. "This river, the San Juan, is our lifeline, not only... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
National challenge of leaking mines dwarfs Colorado spillthe long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds o
National challenge of leaking mines dwarfs Colorado spill
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
the long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds of the San Juan River crosses Navajo land before reaching Lake Powell. "This is a huge issue," Begaye said. "This river, the San Juan, is our lifeline, not only... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Georgia HappeningsBats and White-Nose Syndrome, presented by the EcoScapes Sustainable Land Use P
Georgia Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 18 days ago
Bats and White-Nose Syndrome, presented by the EcoScapes Sustainable Land Use Program, noon-1 p.m., UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, 715 Bay St., Brunswick. Speakers are Christopher Cornelison, professor of applied and environmental... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Vermont: Endangered timber rattler faces deadly diseasetimber rattlesnake populations in neighboring New Hampshire and Massachusetts,
Vermont: Endangered timber rattler faces deadly disease
Bennington Banner / Posted 18 days ago
timber rattlesnake populations in neighboring New Hampshire and Massachusetts, is now appearing in Vermont. Doug Blodgett, wildlife biologist for Vermont Fish & Wildlife, says that snake fungal disease was first discovered among Vermont's... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Damages in Colorado mine spill will take years to tabulatethe long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds o
Damages in Colorado mine spill will take years to tabulate
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
the long-idled Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, on Aug. 5. Two-thirds of the San Juan River crosses Navajo land before reaching Lake Powell. "This is a huge issue," Begaye said. "This river, the San Juan, is our lifeline, not only... Read more
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