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Farm bill is one item on long agenda

Farm bill is one item on long agenda

Conservation groups hope for some gains

September 2013
Minnesota’s wolf population remains strong

Minnesota’s wolf population remains strong

Numbers are down but above state and federal thresholds

July 2013
Beaver cuts down tree, traps own tail

Beaver cuts down tree, traps own tail

A beaver in southwest Ohio found itself trapped by Mother Nature after chopping down a tree

February 2013
Mountain lion spotted near school in Rapid City, South Dakota

Mountain lion spotted near school in Rapid City, South Dakota

A Rapid City school kept students indoors after a mountain lion was spotted on school grounds before classes started.

November 2012
Kodiak man survives brown bear bite in Alasaka

Kodiak man survives brown bear bite in Alasaka

A Kodiak man managed to survive an encounter with a mother bear and her cubs by playing dead.

November 2012

Hunters more than halfway to 1st Wyoming wolf quota

Hunters are more than halfway toward meeting the quota for Wyoming's first wolf hunt since the animals were reintroduced to the Yellowstone region in the 1990s.

November 2012
Tuma headed to Fishing Hall of Fame

Tuma headed to Fishing Hall of Fame

‘Tackle’ Terry is a ‘Legendary Communicator’

October 2012
Hydrilla Discovered in Erie Canal in North Tonawanda

Hydrilla Discovered in Erie Canal in North Tonawanda

A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist recently discovered hydrilla, a highly invasive aquatic plant, in the Erie Canal in North Tonawanda, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today.

September 2012

Reward Offered for Investigation Assistance Relating to Red Wolf Death in North Carolina

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is requesting assistance with an investigation involving the suspected illegal take of a radio-collared red wolf that was recently found dead in Tyrrell County, NC.

September 2012

Conservation Act Awards $2 Million to Conserve Wetlands in Missouri and Iowa

This week, the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission approved $2 million in federal funding to help protect, restore and enhance wetlands and associated habitats in Iowa and Missouri under the North American Wetlands Conservation Act Standard Grant Program.

September 2012