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- Colorado bald eagle found shot dead, wildlife officials say
An American bald eagle was found shot dead near Milton Reservoir in Colorado, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced Monday.
Fox News. Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
- Bear researcher in 'dream job' attacked by grizzly
A wildlife worker who recently landed her dream job researching grizzly bears in Montana is recovering from a surprise bear attack that left her with a fractured skull and other serious injuries
ABC News. Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
- Trump administration moves to reverse Obama-era hunting restrictions in Alaska
The Trump administration moved Monday to rescind Obama-era regulations on hunting predators in Alaska's national preserves, issuing a proposal that would put the state back in charge over the objections of wildlife groups. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 21 May 2018.
Wild deer in a field
- Baboon escapes crate at Texas airport; officers corner him
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A baboon on his way to a South Texas wildlife sanctuary escaped his crate and kept officers busy for two hours at San ...
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
- Cougar attack is Washington state's first in nearly a century
Wildlife officials in Washington state are investigating the first deadly cougar attack in the state in nearly a century. It happened near the town of Northbend on Saturday, about 30 miles east of Seattle. Jamie Yuccas reports.
CBS News. Monday, 21 May 2018.
- Bald eagle shot and killed near Milton Reservoir
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking for help in identifying a person who shot a bald eagle near Milton Reservoir earlier this month.
ABC News. Monday, 21 May 2018.
- Why Deception Valley's Deadly Heat is Good for Wildlife
The harsh climate of Deception Valley, a remote section of the Kalahari, deters people from living there
Smithsonian. Monday, 21 May 2018.
- Cyclist killed by cougar after smacking it with his bike to scare it off, officials reveal
The second cyclist ran, but the cougar dropped his first victim and pounced on him, killing him and dragging him back to what appeared to be its den, Captain Alan Myers, of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police, said. ...
Yahoo. Monday, 21 May 2018.
- Montana Supreme Court: FWP did not violate ethics laws
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Montana Supreme Court says Fish, Wildlife & Parks complied with ethics laws after a state-owned educational trailer was used by a private group during a political campaign. ...
Washington Times. Sunday, 20 May 2018.
- Cougar shot dead after killing US cyclist and mauling another
US wildlife officers in Washington state track and shoot a cougar after a rare attack on humans.
BBC News. Sunday, 20 May 2018.
- Experts: Dead whale that washed up in NY likely hit by...
NEW YORK (AP) - Experts from a wildlife conservation group say a dead whale that washed up on a New York beach was likely hit by a boat.The ...
Daily Mail. Sunday, 20 May 2018.
- Study suggests one-third of protected wildlife areas under intense human stress
A third of the world's protected areas for wildlife are suffering road-building, more farms and other man-made threats that are undermining goals to safeguard the diversity of life on Earth, scientists said on Thursday.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Thursday, 17 May 2018.
- A third of protected wildlife areas marred by roads and towns - study
OSLO (Reuters) - A third of the world's protected areas for wildlife are suffering road-building, more farms and other man-made threats that are undermining goals to safeguard the diversity of life on Earth, scientists said on Thursday.
Reuters. Thursday, 17 May 2018.
- Sacred Sites Can Also Be Hotspots of Conservation
Protecting burial grounds, temples and churchyards can bolster wildlife and forests
Smithsonian. Thursday, 17 May 2018.
- 6 squirrels stuck in a jam after getting their tails tangled
Six squirrels tied together at their tails were unknotted Monday by a Nebraska wildlife group after a man heard their screeching cries for help.
Fox News. Thursday, 17 May 2018.
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