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Emirates SkyCargo is the latest carrier to make the move in an attempt to preserve wildlife. While activists welcome the ban, some experts say the legal hunting of African animals has little effect on endangered species. From May 15, Emirates says it "will not accept any...

source: BBC

The Duke of Cambridge joins those other giants of the environment movement, Sir David Attenborough and Dame Jane Goodall, as the leading Britons preventing many of our iconic creatures slipping into oblivion. Other names on...

source: Express

The black swift, a bird that nests in cliff-side habitats often associated with waterfalls and found in...

source: Rocky Mountain Outlook

Woodland caribou in northeast British Columbia are headed for extinction...

source: The Globe and Mail

The term "non-native species" almost always has a negative connotation, but new research shows that in...

source: The Wildlife Society

Freed from pens, at least nine of the 100 newly released Alaska wood bison walked onto rotting ice this month and drowned. As bad as the deaths might sound, they are within the range that biologists anticipated when they planned the re-introduction, according to an Alaska...

source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner via Billings Gazette


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