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A proposed revision to China's Wildlife Protection Law is being criticized by conservationists who fear it could legitimize the commercial exploitation of endangered species, such as tigers, bears and pangolins. "This is not a step...

source: The New York Times

Fox sightings in Montreal are causing a commotion on social media as these red canines have been spotted...

source: CBC News

Game cameras show animals such as deer and a fox are using a first-of-its-kind wildlife overpass built on Highway 9 near Kremmling, Colorado, last year. The multi-million dollar project aimed at reducing animal vs. car crashes on the...

source: KCNC-TV

New state guidelines adopted in Wyoming, an energy-rich state that constantly seeks to balance conservation with development of fossil fuels, seek to protect some of North America's longest wildlife-migration routes from oil and natural gas drilling on public lands. The...

source: The Associated Press via ABC News

In September 2015 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decided to refrain...

source: The Wildlife Society

Education in conservation. About four months after South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced Habitat Pays, a one-stop shop for property owners looking to transition land to wildlife habitat, some state Game, Fish and Parks Department officials are trying to increase awareness...

source: Mitchell Republic


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