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When David Blackburn went to the Central African country of Cameroon as a graduate student in 2004 and...

source: The Wildlife Society

From illegal hunting for the exotic pet trade to illegal hunting for fun, criminal acts have a devastating impact on some of the world’s most loved species, as well as some of the more obscure. To mark Endangered Species Day (May 20), Wildlife Watch looks at how crime...

source: National Geographic

The bald eagles — there were 13 of them — were discovered on Feb. 22, their corpses scattered on farmland in Maryland. At the scene, investigators found no obvious signs of physical trauma. But the unusual position...

source: Chemical & Engineering News

Scientists have launched an ambitious new plan to catalog Wisconsin wildlife using thousands of trail cameras, a project that could help answer just how many deer and other creatures roam the state. University of Wisconsin-Madison and Department of Natural Resources researchers...

source: Wisconsin Gazette

Call it the pizzly or grolar bear: a new type of bear...

source: Tech Times

Dan Kennedy fondly recalls that when he was a kid he commonly saw monarch butterflies while he was outside playing. Now, in his position as endangered species coordinator for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, it's his job to help ensure that future generations...

source: Detroit Free Press


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