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Despite public outcry, the Forest Service is writing a special rule for Alaska that could open the ancient woods to logging.
A research project using geolocators aims to help scientists better understand where the birds overwinter and recent population declines.
The Western Rivers Brewers Council continues to be an integral partner of Audubon Arizona’s dedication to a sustainable water future.
Last month local and international wildlife groups stepped in to airlift and care for 2,000 Lesser Flamingos in South Africa. Now another 5,000 are under close watch in the wild.
Scientists and resource managers cite deficits in government’s draft environmental impact statement on proposed oil leasing program
Many experts think a ban is the only way to end this pervasive form of litter. The environmental argument is becoming clearer, but there’s also a strong public health case.
Teaming up helps these agile raptors take on animals twice their size. But we’re still not sure why they stand on each other.