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Brewster man pleads guilty to killing Red Tailed Hawk

BREWSTER – A Brewster man pleaded guilty and was sentenced yesterday in U.S. District Court in Boston in connection with killing a red tailed hawk, a protected migratory bird. Richard Warburton, 75, pleaded guilty to one count of killing a red tailed hawk and was sentenced by U.S. District Court...
BREWSTER, MA
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The Climate Crisis Has an Evil Twin

The solution to both starts in the South. We owe our existence to an asteroid. Had a six-mile-wide space rock not crashed into the Yucatan Peninsula 66 million years ago, dinosaurs would still dominate the planet, and mammals like us would still be small and scurrying underfoot. The meteor impact...
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East Oregonian

Reward offered for information on wolf poisonings

LA GRANDE — Conservation and animal rights groups are stepping forward to help the Oregon State Police solve a case involving eight gray wolves that were fatally poisoned in Union County during the past year. The groups are offering a combined reward of $36,000 for information leading to a conviction...
OREGON STATE
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Upper Klamath wetland restoration stirs concern among irrigators

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A large-scale wetland restoration project in the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge is raising concern about the possibility of exacerbating future water shortages for farmers and ranchers already grappling with extreme drought. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to rehabilitate more than 14,000 acres of...
KLAMATH FALLS, OR

Conservation Organizations Are Doing Everything They Can to Revive the Red Wolf Population

There are several different species that are considered "endangered," which are living in the U.S. right now, including the Monarch butterfly and the North Atlantic Right Whale. However, one that's made headlines recently is the red wolf. At the moment, red wolf conservation efforts are increasing in hopes of eventually reviving the beloved canine species. So, what are organizations currently doing to bring back the population, and why are they endangered in the first place?
ANIMALS
clayconews.com

STATE POLICE SEEKING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR POISONING THE CATHERINE WOLF PACK IN OREGON

UNION COUNTY, OR - The Oregon State Police is reporting that: On Tuesday, February 9, 2021, OSP Fish and Wildlife Division Troopers received information from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) regarding a possibly deceased, collared wolf. Troopers responded to the area and located five deceased wolves, three males, and two females.
OREGON STATE

Montana seeks to end protections for some grizzlies, which would allow hunting of bears for first time in decades

Montana is asking the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to lift threatened species protections for grizzly bears in the northern portion of the state, including areas in and around Glacier National Park, officials said Monday. The request, if granted, would open the door to public hunting of grizzlies in Montana for the first time in three decades.
MONTANA STATE
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Cool-Season Food Plots for Deer: Planning, Planting & Maintenance

Planting cool-season food plots for white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and other wildlife not only provides hunting opportunities but also provides food for wildlife during times of nutritional stress. Planting cool-season food plots (CSFP) for whitetail deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and other wildlife improves hunting opportunities and provides food for wildlife during...
ANIMALS
NBCMontana

Montana seeks to lift protections for bears around Glacier

BILLINGS, Mont. — Montana is asking the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to lift threatened species protections for grizzly bears in the northern part of the state. The request announced Monday comes after bear populations grew sharply in recent years. Run-ins between humans and bruins also have increased, including attacks...
MONTANA STATE
county17.com

Wyo approves tri-state grizzly hunting pact in delisting push

Wyoming, Idaho and Montana have forged a pact aimed at moving Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears off the federal threatened species list and allowing hunting — by addressing flaws a court found in an earlier delisting effort. The 13-page memorandum of agreement among the states addresses two problems the U.S. Court...
WYOMING STATE
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