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  • Tagged Great White Shark Takes 19,500-mile Ocean Journey
    Story : Posted 03-14-2014

    Tagged Great White Shark Takes 19,500-mile Ocean Journey

    Lydia, a 2,000-pound great white shark, broke scientific records this week when she was tracked swimming across the mid-Atlantic ridge - the first trans-Atlantic journey documented for her species.

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  • Montana Pheasants In Pennsylvania
    Story : Posted 03-13-2014

    Montana Pheasants In Pennsylvania

    Pheasants aren't known to fly long distances. But 58 Montana ringnecks recently took flight to Pennsylvania, albeit by airplane, and were among the first wild pheasants ever released into what is known as the Franklin County Wild Pheasant Recovery Area.

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  • Elephant Hunting is Key to Conserving Species (Video)
    News : Posted 03-12-2014

    Elephant Hunting is Key to Conserving Species (Video)

    Elephant hunting has become increasingly controversial, but hunting experts like Ivan Carter, host of Outdoor Channel's "Dark and Dangerous with Ivan Carter" and "Tracks Across Africa" argue that elephant hunting is key to the conservation of this amazing creature.

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  • Biologists Race Against Time to Save Bats
    Story : Posted 03-10-2014

    Biologists Race Against Time to Save Bats

    Although Vermont's populations of cave-dwelling bat species continue to drastically shrink in number every year, the rate of decline may be slowing down.

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  • Pope and Young Club Presents its First Conservation/Outdoor Film Festival Award
    Story : Posted 03-04-2014

    Pope and Young Club Presents its First Conservation/Outdoor Film Festival Award

    The Pope and Young Club, a non-profit North American conservation and bowhunting organization, announces the first Pope and Young Club Conservation/Outdoor Film Festival award winner.

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  • EPA Moves on Bristol Bay
    Story : Posted 02-28-2014

    EPA Moves on Bristol Bay

    The world-renowned fish and wildlife resources in Bristol Bay, Alaska, should be permanently conserved via actions initiated by the Environmental Protection Agency, which is invoking its authority under the Clean Water Act to protect the region from the proposed Pebble Mine.

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  • Casting Lines For Future
    Story : Posted 02-28-2014

    Casting Lines For Future

    Another step has been taken to ensure that our children – and hopefully our children's children – will be fortunate enough to experience America's saltwater fisheries as we do today.

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  • Casting Lines For Future
    Story : Posted 02-28-2014

    Casting Lines For Future

    Another step has been taken to ensure that our children – and hopefully our children's children – will be fortunate enough to experience America's saltwater fisheries as we do today.

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  • Namibia Has Plans for $350,000
    Story : Posted 02-26-2014

    Namibia Has Plans for $350,000

    Scientists working to grow rhino populations in Namibia have announced plans for the $350,000 raised in a recent Dallas Safari Club (DSC) auction. A petition by anti-hunting groups, however, could block the additional conservation funding.

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  • Snow Goose Problem Equals Opportunity
    Story : Posted 02-10-2014

    Snow Goose Problem Equals Opportunity

    Arkansas, like the entire southern flyway, has a goose problem. Barring something unforeseen, the problem's going to get worse before it gets better. Light geese (snow, blue and Ross's geese) have become so plentiful, they're devastating the entire Atlantic flyway -- as well as their own nesting grounds in the arctic tundra.

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