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A report from the RSPB shows the impact warming temperatures in Europe are having on birds, bees, butterflies and plants and the risks of future impacts from more extreme storms, loss of habitat and disruption between predators and prey. The study shows extreme weather...

source: The Scotsman

China's role in promoting wildlife conservation in Africa will help support economic growth in countries relying on tourism, a senior wildlife conservation official said. Chinese support is also needed to help them deal with the...

source: Global Post

Wildlife managers in western Canada are getting a helping hand when it comes to tracking the moose population,...

source: BBC

County commissions in Wyoming could have the authority to prohibit people from feeding wildlife if a bill passes in the 2016 state legislative session. The Joint Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Interim Committee decided to sponsor a bill that would give...

source: Casper Star Tribune

Researchers have identified the fungus that's causing snake fungal disease, an emerging disease in the...

source: The Wildlife Society

One of the first subspecies to be listed as federally endangered over 45 years ago has made its way back...

source: The Wildlife Society


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