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2015/01/29 20:08
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U.S. Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie ChickenU.S. Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie Chicken KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The U.S. Senate has rejected an amendment by Sen. Jerry Moran of...
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2015/01/26 21:31
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On Sunday, President Barack Obama called for the new Republican-led Congress to create what would be the biggest protected wilderness area in United States history along Alaska’s coast. The proposed...
2015/01/21 15:46
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If all goes as planned, the K1N NavassaDXpedition team hopes to be on the air with up to eight stations in less than 2 weeks, offering a “once in 32 years” opportunity to work the most-wanted DXCC...
2015/01/18 20:37
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The Dallas Safari Club had intended to auction a 12-day hunting trip to Cameroon, including “the right to hunt a mature bull elephant”, according to its catalogue. But at the weekend the group’s...
2015/01/17 10:39
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A government plan to shoot up to 184 wolves from a helicopter to reduce their population and save caribou herds in western Canada drew sharp criticism from conservation groups Friday. British...
2015/01/16 06:21
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John served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. He attended Penn State University, where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Zoology and Entomology and also obtained a Master's of Science in...
2015/01/15 07:18
2015/01/15 07:18
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A Florida auction house owner pleaded guilty to selling illegal rhinoceros horns and elephant ivory and will pay a $1.5-million fine as well as face possible jail time, US authorities said on...
2015/01/15 05:17
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Capricorn(Dec 22-Jan 19) Most plants move upwards as they grow. Their seeds fall to the ground, are blown off by the wind or are carried away by pollinators. But the peanut plant has a...
2015/01/13 00:09
2015/01/13 00:09
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The families were scattered by gunshots. They made for easy targets from above: great, grey figures stark against the golden grass. As the animals began to stampede, their terrified babies, unable to...
2015/01/12 22:29
2015/01/12 22:29
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The Deschutes National Forest will begin construction on a pilot project with the Deschutes Basin Board of Control and local irrigators this week to restore a wetland at Ryan Ranch near the Deschutes...
2015/01/10 01:57
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Environmental activists' final effort to block the Oakland Zoo's expansion into Knowland Park has failed, which means the massive "California Trail" project is, as zoo executives have insisted for a...
2015/01/05 23:49
2015/01/05 23:49
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Declining by more than 90% in the past two decades, the monarch butterfly may soon exist as nothing but memory. Monarch butterflies may warrant US Endangered Species Act protection because of...
2014/12/31 02:28
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NEWPORT, Ore. - A sea turtle found hypothermic and dehydrated on a beach in southwest Washington is showing signs of improvement after a week of rehabilitation at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. “Initial...
2014/12/30 13:45
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The K1N Navassa Island team has announced that it will hit the airwaves in about 4 weeks. While the team’s exact departure date from its staging area depends on the weather and the availability of US...
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There is no simple answer. Last November, the DEP announced that a consent decree had been agreed upon that would result in WTC paying a $25,000 fine and being required to install upgrades to the...
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