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  • Bald Eagles Recover from Sea to Shining Sea
    Story : Posted 05-15-2013

    Bald Eagles Recover from Sea to Shining Sea

    From sea to shining sea -- that's the range of the American Bald Eagle. And the recovery of this bird is one of our greatest success stories to date.

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  • The Scoop on Poop
    Story : Posted 05-14-2013

    The Scoop on Poop

    As a Seasonal Park Ranger at the only Vermont State Park that allows dogs off-leash in a designated area, I pick up a tremendous amount of doggie doo. Recently, I began thinking seriously about the impact of pet waste on our environment, and started doing some research.

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  • From One to 135
    Story : Posted 05-13-2013

    From One to 135

    In 1982, New Jersey's only remaining bald eagle nest failed for at least the sixth consecutive year. Every year, the eagle eggs at the Bear Swamp nest were just too thin to withstand normal incubation—a result of residual contamination from the pesticide DDT.

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  • Two Pairs of Mexican Wolves to be Released
    Story : Posted 05-03-2013

    Two Pairs of Mexican Wolves to be Released

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arizona Game and Fish Department will release a pair of Mexican wolves into the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area of Arizona.

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  • Rhino Coming to U.S.
    Story : Posted 05-02-2013

    Rhino Coming to U.S.

    While he finds himself at the center of an international controversy over the trophy hunting of endangered species and what role it can play in conservation efforts, David K. Reinke says he is simply committed to saving the African black rhinoceros.

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  • USFWS's Eagle Conservation Plan
    Story : Posted 05-01-2013

    USFWS's Eagle Conservation Plan

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released Eagle Conservation Plan Guidance to provide a pathway for the responsible development of wind energy that fosters protection for bald and golden eagles.

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  • Feds Join in Pork Project
    Story : Posted 04-29-2013

    Feds Join in Pork Project

    Look out, pigs. Here come the feds – or at least their money. Feral hogs are found in more than three quarters of the U.S. and are responsible for an estimated $1.5 billion in damage yearly.

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  • Biggest of Big Days
    Story : Posted 04-29-2013

    Biggest of Big Days

    As midnight struck on Thursday, April 25, 2013, the six members of Team Sapsucker made North American history with 294 species recorded in a single day — a record.

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  • RMEF Funds Conservation Projects in Washington
    Story : Posted 04-25-2013

    RMEF Funds Conservation Projects in Washington

    Prescribed burns, forest thinning, and spraying for noxious weeds are treatments involved with the 20 conservation projects designed to improve elk country and forage in Washington.

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  • DU Reflects on Deepwater Disaster
    Story : Posted 04-23-2013

    DU Reflects on Deepwater Disaster

    As the third anniversary of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster passed on April 20, Ducks Unlimited remembered the 11 lives lost and reminds decision makers that Gulf Coast ecosystems intrinsically linked to the regional and national economy are still in a devastating state of decline.

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