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Covering nearly three million square miles and home to indigenous people as well as millions of plants and animals, the Amazon River Basin is truly one of Earth's most spectacular places. But that majesty is matched by temptation. Because it's so rich in natural resources,...

source: Smithsonian

If you make your living in Canada's boreal forest — whether you're a logger or a songbird —...

source: The Canadian Press via CTV News

The British Columbia government has removed seasonal limits on wolf...

source: CBC News

Wisconsin's wolf population has reached a record high of nearly 900 animals, state wildlife officials announced. Figures from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' over-winter monitoring show between 866 and 897 wolves are roaming the state, up 16 percent from last...

source: The Associated Press via The Star

Are urban coyotes smarter than their rural cousins? What, exactly, do they eat? And just how many city-dwelling coyotes are there now, some two decades after their migration into more populated areas began? There's much researchers still...

source: Daily Breeze

A proposed Chronic Wasting Disease management zone — which includes five counties in the northwest portion of Arkansas where the disease that affects deer and elk has been detected — was approved by members of the Arkansas...

source: El Dorado News-Times


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