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  • 2005: Nature’s Crisis
    In my 35 years as a conservationist, I have never beheld such a bleak and depressing situation as I see today. The evidence for my despair falls into three categories: the state of Nature, the power of anticonservationists, and appeasement and weakness ...

  • A Dream for a Future with Alternative Energy
    America has become a vassal state to OPEC. Our military men and women are offered as a serf army to the OPEC nations. We use billions of US tax dollars and the blood of our soldiers to preserve the power of these unpopular governments. Wind power and ...

  • Alaska Drilling. Is it Necessary?
    Alaska Drilling. Is it Necessary? Drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) has become a controversial issue when Republicans included the measure in a major defense bill. According to Democrats and moderate Republicans the piece of ...

  • Campfire Capers: There's a Bear in Your Truck
    The site we called Stough's Point was part of a larger "camping" area which was actually a state park. During the times we camped there, the park had not yet been developed into the fairly typical layout of rows of pull-ins with hook ups and modern ...

  • Camping and Trekking in the National Parks-Your Heritage
    National parks and reserves, although blessed with all the beauty and exciting locations for great memorable adventures, can be very rugged places as well ,with no consideration for man kind.Conditions may change from good to bad in a short time If you ...

  • Celebrate Parks Day, Everyday this Summer!
    Celebrate Parks Day, Everyday this Summer!(485 words)Canada’s Parks Day falls on July 16’th this year. First celebrated in 1990, Parks Day is an opportunity for individuals to participate in hundreds of unique and fun events taking place in sites from ...

  • Cities, States and Others Step up Action on Climate, Despite Federal Reluctance
    Last year, Pentagon defense adviser Andrew Marshall issued a harsh warning of the consequences of climate change: mass chaos, national security crises and food shortages. If climate change occurs abruptly, the report declared, there could be a ...

  • Clover. Is it all that it is made up to be?
    In today's markets most seed companies have what is said to be the best. Well what do you think? We all have been told or have read something about the white and red clovers, crimson and the white tail clover. High protein clovers as well as the 38 ...

  • Cormorant Bird Overabundance in Wisconsin
    Article intro:In the 1970’s, the Cormorant was nearly wiped out from existence when its habitat was loaded with toxic chemicals. With very little control with the use of toxic chemicals in that decade. The wildlife environment was being contaminated. The ...

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    These days, buying green products does not mean sacrificing your quality of life or needing to become a hippy. There are many high quality environmental products which are better for the environment and your health.Today, you have far more options when it ...

  • Deer Hunters Are a Strange Species
    Before there were grocery stores and fast food restaurants, people hunted for food. Some still do. In fact, according to the results of the 2001 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service survey, there are estimated to be 10.9 million people who hunt big game. ...

  • Experience the Thrill of Eagle Watching
    Above all other birds it is the soaring eagle, with its size and weight, that gives the most abiding impression of power and purpose in the air," declared Edwin Way Teale in Atlantic Monthly in 1957. Unique to North America and revered for its majestic ...

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    If you would like to experience real adventure in fishing, then Canada is the perfect location for you. Canada has a wide area of rivers, ponds, freshwater lakes, saltwater and streams. Freshwater and saltwater fishing are the favorite pastimes of ...

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    Garbage in its Place(352 words)There is nothing worse than seeing garbage blowing down the street of your neighborhood, or finding broken shards of glass at the local swimming hole where children play. Wildlife is just as vulnerable to garbage and many ...

  • Gorilla Conservation
    Gorilla Conservation Like all the other great apes, gorillas are endangered. Some subspecies are in fact listed as critically endangered, and unless a concerted worldwide effort is made, this magnificent species will unfortunately go the way of the ...

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The Daily Progress

Bear 'season' underway at Wildlife Center
The Daily Progress
Tiny paws and claws pattered their way to the Wildlife Center of Virginia this month, signaling the beginning of bear “season.” A small and feisty black bear cub that was separated from its mother is spending some time at the Wildlife Center while ...
Mama bear's family tree numbers 105 descendantsBangor Daily News
Birdfeeders, garbage, pet food attracts black bearsFranklin News Post

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Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Rescue mission: Linda Nebbe keeps commitment to wildlife rehabilitation
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Nebbe is founder of the nonprofit Black Hawk Wildlife Rehabilitation Project. Licensed by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Nebbe and other volunteers care for a range of wild animals — owls, eagles, hawks, turkey vultures, raccoons, possums, ...


Great Falls Tribune

Missoula film festival showcases wildlife, conservation
Great Falls Tribune
On Sunday, April 19, Higgins Avenue in Missoula will be taken over by people dressed as elephants, bison, snakes, frogs and other animals. They'll tromp, slither and hop through downtown Missoula to kick off the International Wildlife Film Festival ...

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Florida Today

Wildlife officers armed to take out Nile monitors
Florida Today
"We have found that the population hasn't spread very far from the C-51 Canal, and if we increase the pressure, we might be able to eradicate them," said Jenny Ketterlin Eckles, non-native wildlife biologist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife ...
Non-native Nile monitor lizard threatening Fla. wildlife to be huntedWFTV Orlando
Cat-Eating Nile Lizards Targeted in FloridaDiscovery News
Florida Increases Patrols For Exotic Nile Monitor LizardsCBS Local
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NJ.com

Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge to host 'endangered species' program ...
NJ.com
The Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge and Friends of the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Chatham Township will present a program on endangered species at the Helen C. Fenske Visitor Center on Saturday, May 23, starting at 10 a.m. This will ...
Spot it At Ottawa National Wildlife RefugeThe Beacon (press release)

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