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SkyHi Daily News
Kremmling BLM seeks public comment on habitat improvement planThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is currently accepting public comments on a
Kremmling BLM seeks public comment on habitat improvement plan
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is currently accepting public comments on a plan designed to streamline approvals for wildlife habitat improvement projects in the Radium Valley in Eagle and Grand counties. As the BLM begins developing a... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Record grouper creates buzz at rodeoPart, Brandon Allemand of Napoleonville and Austin Buxton of Napoleonville. Ro
Record grouper creates buzz at rodeo
The Daily Comet / Posted yesterday
Part, Brandon Allemand of Napoleonville and Austin Buxton of Napoleonville. Rodeo weighmaster Martin Bourgeois, a retired biologist with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, called Templet's grouper the fish of the day. “When you... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Record grouper creates buzz at rodeoPart, Brandon Allemand of Napoleonville and Austin Buxton of Napoleonville. Ro
Record grouper creates buzz at rodeo
The Houma Courier / Posted yesterday
Part, Brandon Allemand of Napoleonville and Austin Buxton of Napoleonville. Rodeo weighmaster Martin Bourgeois, a retired biologist with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, called Templet's grouper the fish of the day. “When you... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Busy summer for conservation districtCalhoun St. Joseph and Kalamazoo counties.On August 27, Tankersley will be amon
Busy summer for conservation district
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted yesterday
Calhoun St. Joseph and Kalamazoo counties.On August 27, Tankersley will be among those taking part in a conservation and wildlife habitat field day at the VanPatten Farms in Litchfield. While Tankersley has been very involved in helping... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Black-footed ferrets return to northwest Wyomingwere happy to get the animals back that made world news when they were discover
Black-footed ferrets return to northwest Wyoming
KULR-8 Billings / Posted yesterday
were happy to get the animals back that made world news when they were discovered on the ranch here in 1981. Biologists were looking all over the west for black-footed ferrets. Retired Deputy Director of the Wyoming Game and Fish... Read more
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Wired News
How New Zealand Plans to Kill Its (Non-Human) Invasive MammalsSouth of Australia, down under and off to the right, if you will, is New Zealan
How New Zealand Plans to Kill Its (Non-Human) Invasive Mammals
Wired News / Posted 2 days ago
South of Australia, down under and off to the right, if you will, is New Zealand. These islands are so far from any other landmass (Australia is more than 1,200 miles away) that many of the creatures there resemble nothing else on Earth. Conversely,... Read more
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Paris Express
Commission approves special regulations24 meeting. Many of the new regulations focus on hunting seasons and bag limit
Commission approves special regulations
Paris Express / Posted 2 days ago
24 meeting. Many of the new regulations focus on hunting seasons and bag limits, but a few, particularly those on feeding wildlife, moving deer and deer parts and rehabilitating deer became effective July 16 (10 days after being filed with the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Scientists fret about long-term support for pest programmebye bye to possums and other pests. Photo / File Scientists have applauded the
Scientists fret about long-term support for pest programme
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
bye bye to possums and other pests. Photo / File Scientists have applauded the Government's bold new bid to make New Zealand predator-free by 2050. However, they caution that major investment and getting all Kiwis on board would be the key to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Scientists fret about long-term support for pest programmebye bye to possums and other pests. Photo / File Scientists have applauded the
Scientists fret about long-term support for pest programme
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
bye bye to possums and other pests. Photo / File Scientists have applauded the Government's bold new bid to make New Zealand predator-free by 2050. However, they caution that major investment and getting all Kiwis on board would be the key to... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Climate change may be turning gulls into cannibalsBiologist Jim Hayward shields himself with an umbrella while visiting a large g
Climate change may be turning gulls into cannibals
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Biologist Jim Hayward shields himself with an umbrella while visiting a large gull nesting colony on Protection Island, a wildlife refuge in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Hayward's research has found that climate change is triggering cannibalism among... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Cruise has it all: Thirsty bighorns, violent volcanoesby Greg McKelvey, geologist, photographer So a lovely lady, three wildlife bio
Cruise has it all: Thirsty bighorns, violent volcanoes
Payson Roundup / Posted 6 days ago
by Greg McKelvey, geologist, photographer So a lovely lady, three wildlife biologists and an old geologist ginger step into a boat — that is to say a 20-foot pontoon craft. At least 10 cameras, even more lenses, three coolers and the prospects of... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Dolphin rescued after jumping into boatThe Coast Guard rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat in Back Ba
Dolphin rescued after jumping into boat
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 8 days ago
The Coast Guard rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat in Back Bay. Around 1 a.m., a man called the Coast Guard saying he witnessed a 7-foot dolphin jump out of the water and land in the dinghy attached to his sailboat. The Coast... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Coast Guard rescues dolphin after it leaps into boatThe U.S. Coast Guard rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat off F
Coast Guard rescues dolphin after it leaps into boat
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 8 days ago
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat off Fort Myers Beach. Watchstanders received a call around 1 a.m. from a man in Back Bay who said he saw the 7-foot dolphin jump out of the water and land in the dinghy... Read more
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NBC Miami
Coast Guard Rescues Dolphin Stuck in Boat in Back BayCoast Guard crews rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat in Back
Coast Guard Rescues Dolphin Stuck in Boat in Back Bay
NBC Miami / Posted 8 days ago
Coast Guard crews rescued a dolphin Thursday after it landed in a boat in Back Bay. At around 1 a.m. the Coast Guard Station Fort Myers Beach received a call from a man who said he witnessed a 7-foot dolphin jump out of the water and land in the... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Coast Guard rescues dolphin beached in boatStation Fort Myers Beach received a call from a man who stated he witnessed a 7
Coast Guard rescues dolphin beached in boat
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 8 days ago
Station Fort Myers Beach received a call from a man who stated he witnessed a 7-foot dolphin jump out of the water and land in the dinghy attached to his sailboat, a Coast Guard report said. The Coast Guard in coordination with a Florida Fish... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Coast Guard saves 7-foot dolphin that jumped into dinghyFort Myers Beach received a call at around 1 a.m. from a man who said he saw a
Coast Guard saves 7-foot dolphin that jumped into dinghy
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 8 days ago
Fort Myers Beach received a call at around 1 a.m. from a man who said he saw a 7-foot dolphin jump out of the water and land in a dinghy attached to the man's sailboat, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Coordinating with a Florida Fish and... Read more
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Slate
Border Fences Are Bad for Wildlife, Conservation, and Scientific Collaboration. In Other Words, It’s Classic Trump.to that tolerance, relatively lower hunting pressure, and the conservation effo
Border Fences Are Bad for Wildlife, Conservation, and Scientific Collaboration. In Other Words, It’s Classic Trump.
Slate / Posted 9 days ago
to that tolerance, relatively lower hunting pressure, and the conservation efforts of the Mexican government and private landowners in the 1970s and 1980s, viable populations of bears remained in the states of Chihuahua and Coahuila, and bear... Read more
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Alaska Public
Ethics of wolf control technique questionedbut the technique raises ethical questions. Denali wolf (Photo courtesy of the
Ethics of wolf control technique questioned
Alaska Public / Posted 10 days ago
but the technique raises ethical questions. Denali wolf (Photo courtesy of the National Park Service) Independent biologist and wildlife advocate Rick Steiner of Anchorage is a familiar voice when it comes to Alaska wolf issues. He’s long... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Smokies chief reaches out to new generationevidence of the families who farmed this narrow valley until the mid-1930s, whe
Smokies chief reaches out to new generation
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 10 days ago
evidence of the families who farmed this narrow valley until the mid-1930s, when the federal government purchased their land for the new park. The outing was part of the Junior Naturalists program hosted by the Smoky Mountain Field School.... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
David Hendrix is going fishingIn 1990, David Hendrix was stationed on Lake Superior in Michigan as a biologis
David Hendrix is going fishing
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
In 1990, David Hendrix was stationed on Lake Superior in Michigan as a biologist for the US Fish and Wildlife Service."I thought I was in heaven. The place was beautiful, and I didn't want to move," Hendrix said. "I did everything I could to stay... Read more
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The Verge
Where do mountain lions hunt in Los Angeles?exactly how they're doing that hunting, given the increased encroachment of hum
Where do mountain lions hunt in Los Angeles?
The Verge / Posted 14 days ago
exactly how they're doing that hunting, given the increased encroachment of humans. The researchers looked at pieces of land in the Santa Monica Mountains and Santa Susana Mountains, bounded on every side by freeways, farms, and urban or... Read more
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Pahrump Valley Times
BLM, other federal agencies study projects’ impactsedition. role of federal agencies Nye County Commissioner Lorinda Wichman sai
BLM, other federal agencies study projects’ impacts
Pahrump Valley Times / Posted 14 days ago
edition. role of federal agencies Nye County Commissioner Lorinda Wichman said county officials consider impacts on wildlife when approving solar projects, however the main responsibility for the study of impacts on the habitat remains with... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
2 convicted of poaching still at work; under review The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting an investigation into two of
2 convicted of poaching still at work; under review
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting an investigation into two of its Fruita workers who were sentenced for poaching earlier this week. But what could happen to the two men, Thad... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Pure Colorado cutthroats call Steamboat Ski Area homein remote corners of Northwest Colorado working to save the Yampa River Basin’s
Pure Colorado cutthroats call Steamboat Ski Area home
Craig Daily Press / Posted 16 days ago
in remote corners of Northwest Colorado working to save the Yampa River Basin’s only native trout, U.S. Forest Service fish biologist Rick Henderson never expected to find a pure strain of Colorado River cutthroats on the slopes of Steamboat Ski... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferretsU.S. wildlife officials have a problem: How to save the endangered black-footed
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferrets
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
U.S. wildlife officials have a problem: How to save the endangered black-footed ferret from a plague. One wildlife biologist called the contraption a “glorified gumball machine.” Black-footed ferrets, North America’s only native ferret, depend on... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferretsUS wildlife officials to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drone to save endangered
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferrets
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
US wildlife officials to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drone to save endangered ferrets at UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge | News & Observer July 13, 2016 4:41 PM Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save... Read more
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CBS Denver
Picture Reveals Poaching Wildlife WorkerGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)– It was a picture that told the story. A US Fish a
Picture Reveals Poaching Wildlife Worker
CBS Denver / Posted 16 days ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)– It was a picture that told the story. A US Fish and Wildlife employee in a photo with a trophy elk was making the rounds among people on the Western Slope. But then the photo of Thad Bingham of Fruita, made it to... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Wildlife officials work to preserve habitat in Table Rock Fire aftermathwas destroyed and others that were spared. The foothills, though, are home to
Wildlife officials work to preserve habitat in Table Rock Fire aftermath
KIVI Boise / Posted 17 days ago
was destroyed and others that were spared. The foothills, though, are home to more than just humans. Around four hundred wildlife species also live there. Every acre burned in the foothills can be a critical loss in an already shrinking... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
2 Boy Scout workers fired after trying to save injured bald eaglecamp’s ecology area director, decided to check it out. So she put on her unifor
2 Boy Scout workers fired after trying to save injured bald eagle
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
camp’s ecology area director, decided to check it out. So she put on her uniform and asked her boss if she could call the Wildlife Center of Virginia once she found the bird. She said he told her that he would have to check with the Goshen... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Group tours Threemile tree thinning projectSTEVENSVILLE, Mont. - Local government leaders, biologists, foresters and other
Group tours Threemile tree thinning project
KECI Missoula / Posted 17 days ago
STEVENSVILLE, Mont. - Local government leaders, biologists, foresters and others toured a recently thinned swath of forest land east of Stevensville. The Threemile Wildlife Management Area is 6,000 acres set aside for elk, deer and a diversity of... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
'Let nature be your guide'mainly open space around them, some grasses and other plants growing as well.
'Let nature be your guide'
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 17 days ago
mainly open space around them, some grasses and other plants growing as well. A little farther away the beginnings of a wildlife restoration are visible. Ten years ago, after the land was purchased by conservationists, thousands and thousands... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe: Coyote likely killing pet catslost pet cats in recent weeks. After one cat owner made an animal cruelty comp
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe: Coyote likely killing pet cats
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
lost pet cats in recent weeks. After one cat owner made an animal cruelty complaint, Denton police enlisted the help of wildlife experts to investigate the deaths. They determined another animal was responsible for the cat deaths, most likely a... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Tennessee is full of animals that can kill you. Here's a guide to staying alive:Place mall area. It was an unsettling idea for many suburbanites — but one tha
Tennessee is full of animals that can kill you. Here's a guide to staying alive:
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Place mall area. It was an unsettling idea for many suburbanites — but one that is becoming more mainstream. As certain wildlife populations expand in the Southeast, folks are having to learn to adapt as readily as the wildlife... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Federal officials find Mexican wolf program was mishandledofficials find Mexican wolf program was mishandled Federal investigators have
Federal officials find Mexican wolf program was mishandled
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 18 days ago
officials find Mexican wolf program was mishandled Federal investigators have concluded that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has mishandled a program to return the endangered Mexican wolf to the wild. Federal investigators have... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Early morning fire kills 5 horses in Los Lunas family's barnofficials find Mexican wolf program was mishandled Federal investigators have
Early morning fire kills 5 horses in Los Lunas family's barn
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 18 days ago
officials find Mexican wolf program was mishandled Federal investigators have concluded that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has mishandled a program to return the endangered Mexican wolf to the wild. Federal investigators have... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Any-deer permit applications available— Applications for 2016 any-deer (antlerless) permit lottery are now available
Any-deer permit applications available
Bangor Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
— Applications for 2016 any-deer (antlerless) permit lottery are now available online from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Online applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 15. Paper applications may be submitted in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
How sea otters help save the planetfur in the animal kingdom. Photo / iStock Charles Darwin once mused on the imp
How sea otters help save the planet
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
fur in the animal kingdom. Photo / iStock Charles Darwin once mused on the impacts that predators could have on the landscapes around them. In particular, he wondered - in On the Origin of Species - how neighbourhood cats might affect the... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Former Berlin Township farm fields host birds at Detroit River refugeat 2:00 PM BERLIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Three former farm fields that now are
Former Berlin Township farm fields host birds at Detroit River refuge
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 19 days ago
at 2:00 PM BERLIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Three former farm fields that now are part of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Michigan are hosting the return of two bird species.The dickcissel and eastern meadowlark... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Volunteers band birds on Bigfoot Islandtheir lives. “If you want to protect and conserve any type of animal or plant,
Volunteers band birds on Bigfoot Island
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 20 days ago
their lives. “If you want to protect and conserve any type of animal or plant, you have to know its life history,” Audubon biologist Lindsay Addison explained. “With birds, we do that with banding.” Hence, every summer, droves of volunteers are... Read more
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Times News
Given an opportunity, go see the PA elkdoses of faith and daring. By 1867, elk had become extirpated in the state due
Given an opportunity, go see the PA elk
Times News / Posted 20 days ago
doses of faith and daring. By 1867, elk had become extirpated in the state due to market hunting, habitat loss and lack of wildlife protection laws. In 1913, 50 Rocky Mountain elk – which were starving during a severe Yellowstone winter - were... Read more
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Methow Valley News
Projects restore fish habitat on Twisp, Methow riverspurchased by the Yakama Nation in 2015 and some adjacent private properties, sa
Projects restore fish habitat on Twisp, Methow rivers
Methow Valley News / Posted 21 days ago
purchased by the Yakama Nation in 2015 and some adjacent private properties, said Jarred Johnson, project manager and a biologist with Yakama Nation Fisheries. “This reach of the Twisp River has experienced many effects of development … some of... Read more
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PhysOrg
What happens to dolphins when you feed themlikely hadn't told the visitors that it was illegal to feed dolphins, that doin
What happens to dolphins when you feed them
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
likely hadn't told the visitors that it was illegal to feed dolphins, that doing so could eventually kill them - and land the family a multi-thousand-dollar fine. Fruh - a South Carolina Master Naturalist who works as a guide for Outside... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Hunter Creek Valley restoration advances to next stageExperts have spotted clues that wildlife has already benefitted from a prescrib
Hunter Creek Valley restoration advances to next stage
The Aspen Times / Posted 21 days ago
Experts have spotted clues that wildlife has already benefitted from a prescribed burn undertaken in Hunter Creek Valley this spring and now a coalition of groups is going to make sure the targeted area continues to flourish. A community weed pull... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Sooke area residents urged to be nature’s ‘good neighbour’and homes have taken root with rows of budding families finding a place to call
Sooke area residents urged to be nature’s ‘good neighbour’
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
and homes have taken root with rows of budding families finding a place to call home. With many of these changes to the lands around local creeks and estuaries in the Sooke region, the future of water courses could be bleak, says Paige... Read more
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Miami New Times
South Florida Volunteers Protect Sea Turtles Because Authorities Don'tout the adobe house they intended to build thousands of miles west of their For
South Florida Volunteers Protect Sea Turtles Because Authorities Don't
Miami New Times / Posted 23 days ago
out the adobe house they intended to build thousands of miles west of their Fort Lauderdale abode. They'd even scouted out land for an organic farm. In two days, they would set out for New Mexico. On July 10, 2007, Zen slipped off to Deerfield... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Gloucester neighbourhood residents hope to put the brakes on truck park proposalA new truck park proposed next to a wetland in Gloucester has neighbours worrie
Gloucester neighbourhood residents hope to put the brakes on truck park proposal
Aldergrove Star / Posted 24 days ago
A new truck park proposed next to a wetland in Gloucester has neighbours worried about potential environmental damage. During a public hearing at Langley Township council on June 27, three residents spoke in opposition to the proposal, claiming the... Read more
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Langley Times
Gloucester neighbourhood residents hope to put the brakes on truck park proposalA new truck park proposed next to a wetland in Gloucester has neighbours worrie
Gloucester neighbourhood residents hope to put the brakes on truck park proposal
Langley Times / Posted 24 days ago
A new truck park proposed next to a wetland in Gloucester has neighbours worried about potential environmental damage. During a public hearing at Langley Township council on June 27, three residents spoke in opposition to the proposal, claiming the... Read more
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The News & Observer
What happens to dolphins when you feed them?explains what can happen when people illegally feed and interact with dolphins
What happens to dolphins when you feed them?
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
explains what can happen when people illegally feed and interact with dolphins in the wild. Delayna Earleydearley@islandpacket.com This photo taken on Sept. 9, 2015 shows a dolphin swimming off the coast of St. Helena Sound. Delayna... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Wildfire in Kansas, Oklahoma called 'ecological cleansing'KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The wildfire that scorched nearly 600 square miles of land i
Wildfire in Kansas, Oklahoma called 'ecological cleansing'
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The wildfire that scorched nearly 600 square miles of land in Oklahoma and Kansas in March cleared out more eastern red cedars in a week than local efforts to eradicate the invasive species could have accomplished in decades,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Beating the bushesphrag-fighters, is that a herbicide that's used successfully as a control tool
Beating the bushes
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 26 days ago
phrag-fighters, is that a herbicide that's used successfully as a control tool elsewhere is not permitted in Ontario wetlands. "It's just such a massive, massive undertaking," says wetland biologist Janice Gilbert, founder of the Ontario... Read more
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