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Conservation groups worldwide were astonished to hear of the recent, unprecedented decision to destroy 70% of the Norway's tiny and endangered population of 68 wolves, the biggest cull for almost a century. But not everyone in Norway is...

source: The Guardian

It's a smelly job, but somebody has to do it. Robert MacDonald catches skunks, and this year he's had...

source: CBC News

Burmese pythons that have decimated mammal populations in the Everglades are reproducing now in the Florida Keys, state wildlife officials said. Two hatchlings roughly 18 inches long were found in Key Largo in early August, and a third hatchling was found Aug. 23 in the...

source: The Associated Press via The Gainesville Sun

Maine is looking to create more room for New England cottontail rabbits, a species that once was a common sight in the state. The state's Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife plans to improve some habitat for the rabbits within an area of its Scarborough Marsh Wildlife...

source: The Associated Press via

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service received a petition by wildlife groups this month to list the Lesser Prairie Chicken as a threatened species in an effort to regulate energy development. In 2014, the service listed the species as "threatened" under the Endangered Species...

source: St. Joseph News-Press

Pennsylvania's two wildlife agencies could set their own license fees under bills gaining traction in the remaining weeks of the legislative session. The House Game and Fisheries Committee approved two Senate-passed bills removing the Legislature's power to set fees. The...

source: The Citizens' Voice


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