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March 19, 2011

Possible settlement could delist wolves in Montana and Idaho

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – Wildlife advocates say they will file a settlement agreement with the U.S. government Friday in federal court that would take wolves off the endangered species list in Montana and Idaho. Kieran Suckling with the Center for Biological Diversity said the agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would keep the …

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Ohio gov. wants to open parks to oil, gas drilling

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Ohio has moved closer to joining neighboring states in the debate over natural gas drilling, a shift that could bring jobs and more money along with worries over the impact on drinking water and the environment. Gov. John Kasich’s budget plan released this week includes a proposal to open up state

NE: Get Out and Catch Trout!

10-inch Rainbow Trout Stocked Across Nebraska The snow has melted, the weather is warming and even the birds seem to be signaling that spring is here to stay. If this isn’t enough to get you outside after a long, snowy winter, here is an added incentive: Nebraska Game and Parks has been stocking catchable sized

Ohio’s first signs of spring? The skunks are out!

Forget Punxsutawney Phil and Buckeye Chuck. Ohio’s true harbinger of spring is the skunk. These first warm days, skunks are busy creatures. Their distinctive scent wafts in nightly breezes and evidence of their disregard of pedestrian traffic laws litter the roadsides. The Ohio DNR’s Suzie Prange, a biologist who specializes in furbearers, said skunks are

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