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March 5, 2018

To study wolverines, scientists track humans

Wolverines are notoriously hard to track. Elusive and strong enough to claw their way out of even the strongest traps, they’ve forced scientists to adjust. The lack of data has hindered a possible endangered species listing from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Scientists do know the animals’ habitat is shrinking. The Wolverine-Winter Recreation Research

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Bald eagles nest in Cleveland for first time in more than 100 years

CLEVELAND — Naturalists say bald eagles are nesting in Cleveland for the first time in more than 100 years. The Plain Dealer reports a historical interpreter for the Cleveland Metroparks spotted a pair of eagles last year carrying sticks into a tree on a bluff overlooking the Cuyahoga River. The interpreter, Karen Lakus, and others

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Initiative to protect Alaska salmon habitat on track to make ballot

JUNEAU, Alaska — The Alaska Division of Elections says an initiative aimed at protecting salmon habitat has cleared a significant hurdle on its track to making a November state election ballot. The Juneau Empire reports that the division recently said it is currently reviewing each of Stand for Salmon’s 43,706 signatures. To pass the review,

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Rescuers save two eagles, with talons locked, from frigid Pennsylvania river

BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — Two bald eagles with their talons locked were rescued from a Pennsylvania river. Pennsylvania Game Commission says in a recent Facebook post that a woman and her 11-year-old daughter saw the two mature, males eagles floating along the banks of the Susquehanna River near Bloomsburg and contacted police. Columbia County Game Warden

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Group calls for fishing ban to protect Idaho steelheads

LEWISTON, Idaho — Fisheries managers should shut down steelhead fishing in the Columbia and Snake river basins to protect a wild run that returns to Idaho’s Clearwater River, according to a conservation group. The Conservation Angler told The Lewiston Tribune in a story on Saturday that even catch-and-release regulations threaten the survival of B-run steelhead.

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