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It's a hot summer day and Jan Kamler is about to set out on the rugged, hilly terrains of Malaysia where...

source: The Wildlife Society

Vultures rest in the tree's upper branches, their black bodies in stark contrast to the blanched wood beneath their feet. Below them, caimans and capybaras crawl in sucking mud through the Agropil lagoon, seeking water that is unlikely to arrive for many months. The river...

source: National Geographic

A recent spate of bear attacks in southwestern Alberta is likely due to a bumper crop of buffalo berries,...

source: Calgary Herald

At a time when millions of people are outdoors chasing Pokémon characters, nature-lovers are asking...

source: Ottawa Citizen

Fort Collins, Colorado officials have proposed extending protection and/or mitigation efforts for prairie dog colonies on private land being redeveloped, regardless of the size of a property. Current regulations have a 50-acre threshold for protecting prairie dogs on private...

source: Coloradoan

A newly introduced bill in the House of Representatives aims to "maximize land management efficiencies,...

source: The Wildlife Society


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