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May 14, 2018

New York state officials: Be on the lookout for invasive spotted lanternfly

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York state officials are asking residents to be on the lookout for an invasive insect called the spotted lanternfly. State environmental and agricultural officials say the spotted lanternfly has the potential to harm New York’s forests and farms. The invasive pest from Asia feeds on more than 70 plant species, including […]

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Central Florida community works to bring back butterflies

ORLANDO, Fla. — Efforts are underway in Central Florida to restore the habitats of the monarch butterfly, crucial to helping plants grow, including many foods people eat. The iconic orange and black insect is one of nature’s key pollinators. Environmentalists say its decline, which they blame in part on climate change, threatens the ecological health

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Amid Pennsylvania CWD fears, biologists propose more doe tags

Staff Report Harrisburg — Disease trumps habitat, it seems. In recommending how many doe licenses to make available for the 2018-19 hunting seasons, Pennsylvania Game Commission deer biologists proposed big changes in two wildlife management units. One was 2G, the other 2C. The commission issued 25,500 doe tags for 2G last season. Biologists recommended 39,000

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