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2015/05/29 22:28
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SAN JOSE -- When Sgt. Mark Roggia told the half-dozen grinning and jittery fifth-graders gathered in a little sheriff's shore patrol boat to "hang on, we're gonna floor it," they braced themselves for...
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2015/05/29 22:21
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DALLAS (AP) — Floodwaters submerged highways and flooded homes Friday in Texas as another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 23 people in the U.S....
2015/05/29 20:15
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Conservationists on Friday criticized as irresponsible a coyote hunter’s shooting and killing of a protected gray wolf that had likely trekked hundreds of miles to Colorado from the Northern Rocky...
2015/05/29 19:52
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Staff and wire report While even some Republicans including Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead supported a new U.S. Interior Department plan to preserve sage grouse habitat, some Montanans including Democratic...
2015/05/29 14:52
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) - Alaska wildlife officials are deciding what's next for a group of ducklings that wandered into a Fairbanks hardware store. The Fairbanks Daily News Miner reports...
2015/05/28 21:29
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Wildlife experts say the grizzly bear population in northwest Montana is finally on the rise. The Missoulian reports that the grizzly population in the Cabinet-Yaak mountains has a projected growth...
2015/05/28 10:15
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NAS Patuxent River Public Affairs Personnel from NAS Patuxent River Environmental Division and Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington, along with biologists from the College of William and...
2015/05/28 07:28
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service is proposing changes to the current rules that regulate the Kenai Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, the most visited federal reserve in Alaska. Among the proposed changes...
2015/05/28 06:13
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Teachers Geri Winge and Nick Vinson guided the students, showing them how to carefully separate the root system of the "plugs" before planting them along the edge of wetland spot where a gaggle of...
2015/05/28 04:48
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The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit will host the sixth annual Native Species Festival on May 30 from 10am-4pm at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center. This free family event is a way...
2015/05/28 03:39
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The San Antonio Bay Partnership is hosting a meeting to inform the public about the group's ongoing efforts to protect, restore and enhance the natural resources of San Antonio Bay. The group will...
2015/05/27 23:40
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Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) game wardens and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are investigating the death of a male grizzly bear at the Yaak Falls Campground. The incident was reported on...
2015/05/27 20:10
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Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Arizona cotton fields in Sonoran Desert a drain on the Colorado RiverProPublica kicks off its five-part series on "Killing the Colorado", about the...
2015/05/27 18:57
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Astoria, OR — A controversial plan to control the population of a species of coastal seabird is underway off the coast of Astoria. The Army Corps of Engineers confirmed it began culling double...
2015/05/27 18:26
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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that all four of its fisheries research vessels are back on the water, beginning their annual surveys of Great Lakes fish populations. Surveys...
2015/05/27 18:15
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A group of biologists and local residents gathered outside the Mark Twain Cave Complex in Missouri on May 19 to watch the release of 150 special bats. The bats were some of the first to be...
2015/05/27 16:23
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Members of the Sun City Forum Club got a chance to learn more about the wildlife of the Lowcountry and how they can become more involved in its preservation on Friday. Russ Webb, manager of the seven...
2015/05/27 13:46
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A federal team will search the Detroit River for signs of invasive sea lamprey. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a crew will inspect the river in Wayne County from June 3-10. They'll look for...
2015/05/27 11:17
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Gov. John Hickenlooper must feel a little like Sally Jewell these days. Jewell is the secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior and oversees federal agencies that will determine the fate of the...
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