Endangered Species List is Finally “Buzzing”

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  Endangered Species List is Finally “Buzzing” by Amy Lignor   Although it would be a heck of a lot nicer to say that the Endangered Species List was getting smaller and smaller because creatures are being saved every day and they’re all now thriving, this is actually a tale of the list getting larger, […]

Conserving the Future in 2016

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    Conserving the Future in 2016 by Amy Lignor   It was six years ago that the National Wildlife Refuge System took to the ground running with a list of projects, all addressing the incredible challenges that are faced daily in the United States: projects that focus on how to conserve wild habitats and the […]

A Canine Debate Turns into a War


  A Canine Debate Turns into a War by Amy Lignor   New Mexico was heralded (not too long ago, by the way) when they chose to reintroduce the wolf into the wild. Fans of the wolf, and everyone from U.S. Fish & Wildlife to the WWF chimed in with praise when it came to […]

We Should Encourage Nature


  We Should Encourage Nature ~Pat Byington     Let’s give up on brook trout. Their future doesn’t look good. Brookies need cold, clear water – and a lot of streams aren’t as clean or as shaded as they used to be. Plus, introduced trout species are outcompeting them. The brook trout’s range in North […]