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Forests have shrunk about three percent globally since 1990, which can have devastating effects on the...

source: The Wildlife Society

Zambia Tourism and Arts Minister Jean Kapata has called for individual and collective efforts to preserve the country's wildlife. Ms Kapata said wildlife conservation should not be left to the Zambia Wildlife Authority alone. She was speaking in Livingstone when she officially...

source: All Africa

A New Brunswick man who was convicted two years ago for smuggling...

source: The Canadian Press via Times Colonist

Chris Servheen knows why grizzly bears matter. Like millions of others, he and his two teenage sons make a summer pilgrimage each year to Yellowstone National Park to catch glimpses of these symbols of the U.S. West. "We treasure seeing grizzlies, and often we speak of how...

source: National Geographic

Warmer winters and the changing nature of precipitation may have negative effects on amphibians that live...

source: The Wildlife Society

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced a first round of grants totaling $3.3 million from its recently launched Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund. The 22 grants, which will be matched by more than $6.7 million...

source: Ag Professional


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