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WEST UNION, Ohio - The Edge of Appalachia Preserve may be Ohio's greatest natural treasure. The 16,000-acre private preserve in southern Ohio is known for its beauty, its wildness and its biodiversity. The preserve stretches 12 miles north from the Ohio...
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The operators of Indiana's largest wind farm have proposed changing the nighttime operations of the farm's 300-plus wind turbines to protect the federally endangered Indiana bat from being killed by their spinning blades. Two...
WASHINGTON Over 18 years of running Old Dixie Seafood in Boca Raton, Larry Siemsen has seen supplies of locally caught red snapper dwindle and prices double, thanks to decades of over-fishing and recent federal restrictions to help the popular fish...
State wildlife officials, concerned about a coyote that killed a pet Chihuahua last month, put up warning signs Tuesday in WillowWood, the southwest Orange County neighborhood where the little dog was attacked. The signs read: "Coyote in Area. Don't...
Tags: Ocoee, Environmental Issues, Conservation, Wildlife
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and Christie's auction house raised $38.8 million through a charity art auction and donations, Christie's said on Tuesday, with proceeds to benefit environmental and conservation causes. The 33 works in The...
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- A dime-sized snail found only on Mount Magazine in western Arkansas has become the first invertebrate to be delisted under the Endangered Species Act. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday that the Magazine Mountain...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Conservation, Wildlife
Student Kiera Wilmot's arrest over science experiment explosion sparks outrage on Twitter, other social mediaKiera Wilmot is a petite 16-year-old who plays cello, wants to study robotics in college and, since last month, worries her school views her as a "terrorist." She is also the subject of an online, "justice for Kiera" campaign championed by strangers...
Will Florida's precious coastal treasures — undeveloped coastal areas — be lost by an anti-solar stroke of the Florida Public Service Commission's pen? It doesn't look good. Anyone who believes in more, not fewer, energy choices or local...
ReutersBy Patricia Reaney NEW YORK, May 13 (Reuters) - Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and Christie's auction house raised nearly $32 million for environmental causes on Monday at a charity art auction. DiCaprio, the star of the new film "The Great Gatsby,"...
The Hartford CourantA group opposing a state police firearms training facility planned for a site within the Meshomasic State Forest is asking the town council to join it in fighting the proposal. The group has created a advocacy website — glastonburymatters.com...
After a courtship beginning in fall 2011, two sloth bears at Brookfield Zoo are now the parents of a pair of cubs, which have begun to make public appearances. The cubs, a male and a female, were born Jan. 20, and spent their first few months in a den...
ReutersBy Laura Zuckerman May 12 (Reuters) - Conservationists are criticizing a plan by wildlife managers in Montana that would nearly double the number of wolves a person is allowed to kill each year, lengthen the hunting season and sanction shooting of wolves...
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