Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has begun a 10-year study of moose in the state to try to determine the cause of a 75 percent decline over the last 20 years, says an article in the Ravalli Republic. The a...
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The dates are April 2-5, 2014. The devastation of a UNESCO World Heritage site is not of concern to motor recreation planners and participants.
Restoring the Planet, one Native Plant at a Time! (by Conservation Seeding & Restoration INC)
Of course, resource harvest by cows will reduce wildlife numbers and spread invasive weeds.
Take a second and watch older Arctic sea ice -- represented by white and lighter colors -- expand and retreat in this animation. By the end of the time-lapse, it's strikingly clear that older sea i...
An old climate nightmare unfolding.
Welfare forestry is charging through the last of Australia's Karri forest. Profit for forest companies, loss for the people, and devastating loss for nature for more details go to: http://www.troutish.net/2013/12/31/south-west-logging/
persistent myths about Native Americans, politics behind control burning, justification for prescribed burning, pseudo-science of control burning, utilizing fire as a tool, creating a new Earth, habitation restoration using animals, failed government conservation programs, pros and cons of control burning
Arguments worth hearing.
Following a 16-year campaign by the Center for Biological Diversity to protect yellow-billed cuckoos, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed a listing decision for these rare and beautiful birds.
Agriculturalists and conservationists differ on the foothold the Iberian wolf has on the peninsula No coherent management plan exists to promote coexistence JUANA VIÚDEZ Madrid 21 ENE 2014 – 11:03 CET The Iberian wolf is a species that can be...
It's the same everywhere.
A giant space rock three times the size of football field is about to sail past Earth. Its passage will be broadcast live around the world via the web. Near Earth Asteroid (NEO), 2000 EM26, measuring 885 feet (270 meters) across and traveling at a speed of 27,000 miles per hour will zip by our planet on Monday, February…
Nine times the distance to the moon is safe, any miss is safe, but bullets whizzing by are always a concern.