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By Matthew Brown The Associated Press BILLINGS, MONT. » Grizzly bears are slowly expanding the turf where they roam in parts of the northern Rocky Mountains but need continued protections, according to government scientists who concluded that no other areas of the country would be suitab...
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By Fabiola Sánchez The Associated Press MEXICO CITY » At a Mexico City university campus, researchers are stringing mesh nets between trees, hoping to capture evidence that a rare bat has begun visiting its favorite plants in this metropolis of 9 million. The National Autonomous University’s botani...
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By Scott Sonner The Associated Press RENO, NEV. » A federal judge has blocked a Nevada project that would expand livestock grazing across 400 squares miles, of some of the highest-priority sagegrouse habitat in the West and accused the government of deliberately misleading the public by ...
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    By Jim Robbins © The New York Times Co. HELENA, MONT. » In addition to its spectacular landscape of mountains, rivers and prairie, Montana, the third-least populous state in the country, has long been known for something else — wildlife policies that have protected animal...
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By Derrick Bryson Taylor © The New York Times Co. The bald eagle population in the lower 48 states has quadrupled since 2009, researchers said this week, underscoring decades of efforts to protect a species that was once on the brink of extinction. There were an estimated 316,700 bald eagles ...
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The slowdown in human activity—a period scientists are calling the “anthropause”—was a mixed bag for animals. By Daisy Yuhas Reporter, Audubon Magazine March 09, 2021 Last spring, people opened their windows to a symphony. Swallows burbled, doves cooed, and sparrows chirped—and to many list...
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By Matthew Brown and Iris Samuels The Associated Press BILLINGS, MONT. » Payments for dead wolves. Unlimited hunting of the animals. Shooting wolves from the air. Wolf hunting policies in some states are taking an aggressive turn, as Republican lawmakers and conservative hunting groups push t...
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By Mead Gruver The Associated Press CHEYENNE » Scientists have cloned the first U.S. endangered species, a black-footed ferret duplicated from the genes of an animal that died more than 30 years ago. The slinky predator named Elizabeth Ann, born Dec. 10 and announced Thursday, is cute as a bu...
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  SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TEXAS » Residents, some of whom lack heat or basic amenities in their own homes, have been rescuing cold stunned sea turtles and taking them to a convention center in a South Texas resort town. “Every 15 minutes or less there’s another truck or SUV that pulls u...
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By Matthew Brown The Associated Press BILLINGS, MONT. » The Biden administration said Thursday it was delaying a rule finalized in former President Donald Trump’s last days in office that drastically would have weakened the government’s power to enforce a century-old law protecting m...
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By Patrick Whittle The Associated Press BATH, MAINE » The commercial fishery for herring has suffered in recent years because of new restrictions, but those same rules could benefit some of Maine’s most beloved birds — puffins. Atlantic puffins, known for their colorful beaks and waddling walks, ...
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PBy Catrin Einhorn © The New York Times Co. In just the last half-century, humans have caused a staggering worldwide drop in the number of sharks and rays that swim the open oceans, scientists have found in the first global assessment of its kind, published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Oc...
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By Becky Bohrer The Associated Press JUNEAU, ALASKA » The U.S. government held its first-ever oil and gas lease sale Wednesday for Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, an event critics labeled a bust, with major oil companies staying on the sidelines and a state corporation emerging...
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By Rebecca Mitchell Guest Commentary Colorado is headwaters to a hardworking river that provides for 40 million people. The importance of the Colorado River to the state and the nation cannot be overstated, and its recent hydrology serves as a reminder that we must continue to find workable soluti...
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By Matthew Brown The Associated Press BILLINGS, MONT. » The Trump administration has completed a review of plans to ease protections for a struggling bird species in seven states in the U.S. West, including Colorado, but there’s little time to put the relaxed rules for industry into...
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Traverse City Mich, The interior least terms  whose habitat was destroyed by dams and was hunted for plummage has recovered after 35 years protection. This is a great victory brought about by extensive cooperation across many groups and sectors. The Associated Times 
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Paris, The Denver Post Wire Service At least 30 countries committed to protecting 30% of the planet, including land and sea, over the next decade to halt species extinction and address climate change issues, during a global summit Monday aimed at protecting the world's biodiversity. About 30 leader...
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Donate Flooded fields offer food and habitat for sandhill cranes, egrets and other species. But changing crop choices and rising temperatures are a growing threat. By Liza Gross December 6, 2020   KNIGHTS LANDING, Calif.—On a warm, sunny afternoon in late November, Roger Cornwell stopped h...
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA » When they’re hungry, they’ll let you know by coming up to you and looking beseechingly at you and the container of food. If that doesn’t work, they’ll sniff and paw at your leg. No, we’re not talking about dogs. We’re talking about kangaroos. Researchers at the University o...
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  By Anita Snow The Associated Press GUADALUPE CANYON, ARIZ. » Work crews ignite dynamite blasts in the remote and rugged southeast corner of Arizona, forever reshaping the landscape as they pulverize mountaintops in a rush to build more of President Donald Trump’s border wall before his term ...
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