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Analysis of draft plans released under National Greater Sage-grouse Planning Strategy finds inadequate conservation measures for sage-grouse
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by Pamela Flick
After California's devastating Rim Fire, will officials take the opportunity to give nature a chance to fully recover?
The post California’s Rim Fire: Opportunities Rise from the Ashes appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
by Mary Beth Beetham
Early this month, the U.S. House of Representatives literally waged a week-long war on wildlife and wildlands, passing three anti-wildlife bills.
The post On The Front appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
by Elizabeth Fleming
Around 60% of the manatee population has become dependent on artificial sources of warm water in winter, like the Tampa Electric Big Bend Power Station. But what happens when these power plants are shut down?
The post In winter, manatees need help getting warmed up appeared first on Defenders of Wildlife Blog.
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