New rule from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps protect carnivores from aggressive hunting on national wildlife refuges in Alaska
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This year, Florida’s unique black bears have nothing to fear when fall hunting season rolls around.
Researchers, local communities and conservation organizations worked together on this exceptional project, which helped protect 22 military macaw nests from poaching this year!
What a year! With more than 140 volunteers tallying well over 2,000 volunteer hours, we gathered more than 12,000 photos of wildlife in the mountains and creek bottoms of the Bitterroot National Forest, south of Missoula. We found 20 different species, including some of the ones we were most eager to see!
Now that wolves have returned to California, where are they most likely to live? Will their new territories overlap significantly with grazing lands? What can we do to keep both livestock and wolves safe from harm? With our partners from the Bren School, we started looking for answers.