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firstname.lastname@example.orgJASPER, Ark. -People come from miles around to take-in the beauty of the Buffalo River. However, neighbors are afraid the river could become a pig-sty, thanks to a new pig farm built in the area. "It was a bit of shock to us to realize this could...
Tags: Wildlife, Environmental Issues, Conservation
The Hartford Courant"There are lots of decisions you make that, if you think twice, you won't do them," says Stefanie Powers. The actress, best known for the popular TV detective series "Hart to Hart" with Robert Wagner, can't say exactly why she said yes when she got the...
A helicopter carrying three biologists from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission was forced to make a hard landing in the Everglades on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. No one was reported injured in the emergency landing, said...
PlymouthThe Friends of the Terryville Library will hold its monthly book sale at the Booktique May 18, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. This event will also include a bake sale to benefit the Children's Library project, the Registered Monarch Butterfly Way Station. The...
Tourists adore them. Homeowners bemoan them. And the Malaysian government has killed them –- by the tens of thousands. They are macaca fascicularis, mischievous monkeys with unusually long tails that give them their common name: long-tailed...
Tags: Bananas, Wildlife, Malaysia, Science and Technology, Activism
Florida is regarded by many anglers as the best bass fishing state in the country and now, besides largemouth and peacock bass, those anglers can pursue a new species: Choctaw bass. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scientists discovered...
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — For decades this rural basin has battled over the Klamath River's most precious resource: water that sustains fish, irrigates farms and powers the hydroelectric dams that block one of the largest salmon runs on the West Coast....
ReutersBy Yoko Kubota KYOTO, Japan, May 6 (Reuters) - Japanese author Haruki Murakami made his first public appearance in his homeland in 18 years on Monday, describing his newest novel, which was an instant-best seller, as a story that takes place in the...
There will be gunfire rather than scientific discovery under a proposal to open a shooting range on Palm Beach County's Mecca Farms — once the intended home of The Scripps Research Institute. A new state plan calls for building a shooting range,...
For those who feel no living room is complete without the warmth of a mounted alligator head, it's time to apply for a Florida alligator hunting permit. More than 5,000 permits are available for the season, which runs Aug. 15 to Nov. 1. The Florida...
Tags: Rentals, Wildlife, Environmental Issues, Conservation
Julie Norris doesn't seem like someone trying to topple capitalism. She works seven days a week running a small vegetarian restaurant that makes a mean chili wrap. She and her partner opened the Dandelion CommuniTea Café in 2006 with four employees....
Lehigh Valley WildThe Pennsylvania Game Commission is seeking public input on its draft peregrine falcon management plan, which can be reviewed on the agency's website (www.pgc.state.pa.us) by clicking on the "Peregrine Falcon Management Plan" icon on the homepage....
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