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Broomfield Enterprise
New Anthem school gets closer to name, mascot, colorsincluded Bison, Buffalo, Mountaineers, Pioneers and Pronghorns, the fastest lan
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 3 days ago
included Bison, Buffalo, Mountaineers, Pioneers and Pronghorns, the fastest land animal in North America according to the National Wildlife Federation. School names selected were Bella Vista, Big Sky, Bison Summit, Buffalo Point and Thunder... Read more
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MLive.com
Michigan Tech expert to lead new Enbridge Line 5 risk analysisschools, including the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University.
MLive.com / Posted 3 days ago
schools, including the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University. Mike Shriberg, regional director of the National Wildlife Federation, who sits on the state pipeline board, said engaging top academic minds will ensure that... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Bass Pro Shops founder to open ‘Disney World of the Outdoors’ in Springfield, Mo.before it, to have a positive national impact on wildlife and conservation,” sa
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
before it, to have a positive national impact on wildlife and conservation,” said Colin O’Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, in the release. “Johnny’s investment in this not-for-profit facility through the Johnny Morris... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Caltrans Weighs Wildlife Bridge Over 101 Freewayfunds would be diverted from highway projects to pay for the crossing. Fundrais
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 7 days ago
funds would be diverted from highway projects to pay for the crossing. Fundraising efforts are already under way by the National Wildlife Federation and Santa Monica Mountains Fund. A copy of the initial Caltrans report is available online at... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Forum addresses water quality, algaeThursday. Co-sponsors include the city of Toledo, the Joyce Foundation, the Ohi
The Toledo Blade / Posted 7 days ago
Thursday. Co-sponsors include the city of Toledo, the Joyce Foundation, the Ohio Dairy Producers Association, the National Wildlife Federation, the Lake Erie Foundation, LimnoTech, the Great Lakes HABs Collaboratory, the Ohio Pork Council,... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Irma's winds blew thousands of baby squirrels from trees, now these Tampa Bay groups are trying to save themwell adapted for survival," said Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commiss
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
well adapted for survival," said Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Robert Klepper. But the National Wildlife Federation says that while hurricanes are part of the natural environment, increasingly intense storms can... Read more
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DW
Donald Trump ignores biodiesel and the loyal voters behind it |which was the sector most loyal to Trump's campaign. Environmentalists are als
DW / Posted 11 days ago
which was the sector most loyal to Trump's campaign. Environmentalists are also concerned. The President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation said in a statement "[This] proposal underscores the need for the US Congress to take the bull... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
What happens to wild animals during a hurricane?Hurricanes can also be deadly for corral reefs by ripping them up or depositing
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
Hurricanes can also be deadly for corral reefs by ripping them up or depositing sediment on them. According to the National Wildlife Federation, the environment is used to adapting and replenishing after an adverse weather event. But the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The folly of paying Americans to live in harm's way$32,000. His total insurance premiums since buying the house in 1975: $6,000.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
$32,000. His total insurance premiums since buying the house in 1975: $6,000. Houston, according to a new study by the National Wildlife Federation, accounts for more than half of all the properties that are flooded and paid for over and over.... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Outdoors: Sparta's Michael Ketchem relishes ‘lottery’ of lifetimeArmour pop-up blind from Ameristep, a Darton Terminator II Crossbow, turkey hun
Detroit Free Press / Posted 19 days ago
Armour pop-up blind from Ameristep, a Darton Terminator II Crossbow, turkey hunting gear from the Michigan Chapter of the National Wildlife Federation, a guided pheasant hunt, a GoPro camera, a two-day guided hunting trip from East Lake... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
Fall Field Day to follow-up on cover crops; Mower SWCD offering free tours of three farms on Oct. 31doing extensive outreach work on cover crops and soil health under a Cover Crop
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 21 days ago
doing extensive outreach work on cover crops and soil health under a Cover Crop Champion grant this year awarded by the National Wildlife Federation to the Mower SWCD office. The spring field day was part of that grant and covered topics that... Read more
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Irish Examiner
These incredibly cute mountain fur balls are being driven from their homes by climate changeregions of the US but their disappearance from the Sierra Nevada region could b
Irish Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
regions of the US but their disappearance from the Sierra Nevada region could be disruptive to the food chain – while the National Wildlife Federation said pikas “could be the first species with the distinction of going extinct due to global... Read more
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The News & Observer
What Harvey means for future storms across the nationand should begin restricting development in flood-prone areas. Houston was a di
The News & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
and should begin restricting development in flood-prone areas. Houston was a disaster waiting to happen (according to a National Wildlife Federation report two decades ago). The combination of zero planning and the support of the federal flood... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Rally to support public lands in Glenwood todayspeakers will be Sloan Shoemaker, executive director of the Carbondale-based Wi
The Aspen Times / Posted 22 days ago
speakers will be Sloan Shoemaker, executive director of the Carbondale-based Wilderness Workshop; David Ellenberger of the National Wildlife Federation; Bob Shettel of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers; Penn Newhard, founder and managing partner of... Read more
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Al.com
How was the Deepwater Horizon BP Settlement money spent?Wildlife Refuge and completing a full suite of 31 watershed plans for Mobile Ba
Al.com / Posted 22 days ago
Wildlife Refuge and completing a full suite of 31 watershed plans for Mobile Bay," according to a statement from the National Wildlife Federation, the largest private, nonprofit conservation education and advocacy organization in the... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
News In Brief827-5159 or pkpeterson@fs.fed.us. Defense of public lands subject of event tod
Aspen Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
827-5159 or pkpeterson@fs.fed.us. Defense of public lands subject of event today Officials with Wilderness Workshop, the National Wildlife Federation, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, and other groups are gathering in Glenwood Springs today for a... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Public lands support rally set in Glenwoodspeakers will be Sloan Shoemaker, executive director of the Carbondale-based Wi
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 23 days ago
speakers will be Sloan Shoemaker, executive director of the Carbondale-based Wilderness Workshop; David Ellenberger of the National Wildlife Federation; Bob Shettel of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers; Penn Newhard, founder and managing partner of... Read more
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Newsmax
Politico: Federal Program Has Worsened Harvey Flood Damageinsurance program that continually provides money to homeowners victimized by f
Newsmax / Posted 23 days ago
insurance program that continually provides money to homeowners victimized by floods in flood-prone areas. Citing a 1998 National Wildlife Federation report, Politico reported that Houston's fast-moving residential development has covered up... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Join 'mountain lions as neighbors' lectureleadership and has worked in both Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. She
Santa Maria Times / Posted 24 days ago
leadership and has worked in both Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. She is the California executive director for the National Wildlife Federation and is currently leading the #SaveLACougars campaign to raise money for a wildlife crossing that... Read more
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The News & Observer
North Carolina needs action on flood insurance reformsmay be unable to recover and rebuild following the next natural disaster. Saks
The News & Observer / Posted 27 days ago
may be unable to recover and rebuild following the next natural disaster. Saks is the legislative director of the National Wildlife Federation and a member of the SmarterSafer coalition. For more information, visit smartersafer.org. Sign... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Former governor, Idaho icon Cecil Andrus dies at 85us are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental award
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 27 days ago
us are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental awards - from Conservationist of the Year by the National Wildlife Federation to the Audubon Medal. Today, an elementary school in Boise and a wildlife preservation area in... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Former governor, Idaho icon Cecil Andrus dies at 85us are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental award
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 27 days ago
us are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental awards - from Conservationist of the Year by the National Wildlife Federation to the Audubon Medal. Today, an elementary school in Boise and a wildlife preservation area in... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Former governor, Idaho icon Cecil Andrus dies atus are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental award
KTVB Boise / Posted 27 days ago
us are gone." Andrus was honored with a long list of major environmental awards - from Conservationist of the Year by the National Wildlife Federation to the Audubon Medal. Today, an elementary school in Boise and a wildlife preservation area in... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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11 News Houston
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
11 News Houston / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
The Solar Eclipse is Going to Confuse Animals — A Lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KING5 Seattle / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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First Coast News
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
First Coast News / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KTVB Boise
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KTVB Boise / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
The solar eclipse is going to confuse animals — a lottook down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start reb
Detroit Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
took down their webs during a total eclipse on July 11, 1991, only to start rebuilding them once the sun reappeared, the National Wildlife Federation reported. On Monday, most wild animals will likely start their nighttime routine as what they... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
LIVE: The Blade hosts an editorial forum on health of Lake Erietoday at 11 a.m. You can check out a live stream of the discussion below. The
The Toledo Blade / Posted 1 months ago
today at 11 a.m. You can check out a live stream of the discussion below. The Blade's guests are Frank Szollosi of the National Wildlife Federation, Mike Ferner of Advocates for a Clean Lake Erie and Sandy Bihn of the Lake Erie Foundation.... Read more

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