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- Southern California coast emerges as a toxic algae hot spot
The Southern California coast harbors some of the world's highest concentrations of an algal toxin perilous to wildlife and people. ...
Science Daily. Tuesday, 21 Aug 2018.
- 2nd Banff bison recaptured and relocated, as calls increase for wildlife designation
Wild plains bison have not been properly designated by either the federal or provincial government since the species was introduced to Banff National Park in 2017, says the Alberta Wilderness Association
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Monday, 20 Aug 2018.
- Mild North Carolina winters could mean more armadillos
Wildlife advocates say milder winters in North Carolina could be part of the reason an injured armadillo recently turned up in Charlotte.
Fox Carolina. Saturday, 18 Aug 2018.
Wild deer in a field
- Judge told to consider protections for Montana grayling fish
A federal appeals court says the U.S. wildlife officials did not consider all environmental factors when it decided against designating a Montana fish as a threatened or endangered species
ABC News. Friday, 17 Aug 2018.
- World Wildlife Fund raises alarm about harmful 'grey water' in Canada's Arctic
The WWF says new regulations are needed to make sure water used on Arctic ships is properly treated. A spokesperson says grey water can be even 'more harmful than sewage.'
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Friday, 17 Aug 2018.
- S. Carolina wildlife officer wounds suspect in litter probe
A South Carolina wildlife officer has shot and wounded a man during a litter surveillance operation.
Fox Carolina. Thursday, 16 Aug 2018.
- Study of greater Yellowstone pronghorn finds highway crossing structures a conservation success
A recently published study has confirmed that efforts to protect migrating pronghorn by installing wildlife crossing structures over highways have succeeded, in terms of the increased success rate of pronghorn crossings over time.
Science Daily. Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018.
- Program raises millions to restore Great Lakes habitat
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - A public-private partnership that supports wildlife habitat restoration in the Great Lakes region has awarded $6.6 million to 25 projects. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 13 Aug 2018.
- Magnitude 6.4 earthquake hits Alaska's oil-producing North Slope
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck on Sunday near the native Alaskan village of Kaktovik and part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge where the Trump administration plans to allow oil drilling, but no injuries or damage were reported.
Reuters. Sunday, 12 Aug 2018.
- After 17 years this Ussuri brown bear tasted freedom for the first time
Kai lived in a 6ft by 9ft cage since being snatched as a cub from his mother, but this week he was let out of his cage for the first time at Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 11 Aug 2018.
- Mountain lion breaks into Colorado home, kills house cat
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - A mountain lion that became trapped inside a Colorado home killed a house cat before police and wildlife officers were able to scare ...
Daily Mail. Friday, 10 Aug 2018.
- Judge won't bar public from Rocky Flats
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a request to bar the public from a Colorado wildlife refuge that was once part of a nuclear weapons plant.
ABC News. Friday, 10 Aug 2018.
- Antidepressants make birds less likely to mate
Pharmaceutical compounds that are slowly fed into the water supply can impact the behaviour of wildlife, scientists have found.
Sky News. Tuesday, 7 Aug 2018.
- Alaska Wildlife Troopers seize illegally caught salmon
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Alaska Wildlife Troopers seized more than 16 tons (14.5 metric tons) of salmon caught illegally by a handful of vessels south of Homer. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 6 Aug 2018.
- Student takes graduation photos with gator
It took an entire summer to gain the trust of the biggest gator at a wildlife rescue, and one college student decided to celebrate her graduation with the reptile.
Fox News. Monday, 6 Aug 2018.
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