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More than 300 of the world's greatest wildlife disease experts have descended on Australia's Sunshine Coast to share their leading research in wildlife health. It is the first time in over a decade that The International Conference...

source: Brisbane Times

A hunter paid a $55,000 bribe to wildlife guides to kill an "iconic" lion in Zimbabwe, a conservationist has told the BBC. Allegations that a Spaniard was behind the killing were being investigated, Johnny Rodrigues said. The lion, named Cecil, was shot with a crossbow...

source: BBC News

President Barack Obama moved to tighten U.S. rules on sales of ivory from African elephants, aiming to show progress on conservation as he began a trip to the region. Obama, in a joint news conference with Kenya's president in Nairobi, said the restrictions will eliminate...

source: The Associated Press via The Huffington Post

Parks Canada has released footage of a visitor feeding a black...

source: CTV News

A Nexen pipeline southeast of Fort McMurray in Alberta has spilled...

source: Global News

In the blink of an eye, an island on Florida's Gulf Coast that was once filled with the chattering of...

source: The Wildlife Society


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