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The Great American Outdoors Act provides billions of dollars to protect and improve public lands, but some advocates say the funding source—fossil-fuel revenue—isn't a long-term solution.
Public oversight and transparency—the statute’s core purpose—will be gutted in 50 year old environmental law.
During the 119th Christmas Bird Count (CBC) in Canada, counts reported 285 species, down two species from last year, and 11 infraspecifi
United States Christmas Bird Counts reported 661 species, 62 infraspecific forms, seven count week species, and 44 exotics. New for the U.S.
Despite public outcry, the Forest Service is writing a special rule for Alaska that could open the ancient woods to logging.
The sweeping, bipartisan legislation promotes migratory bird habitat, creates new wilderness areas, and permanently renews the Land and Water Conservation Fund.