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Restoring America’s Wildlife Act will save $1.4 billion annually

The Restoration of America’s Wildlife Act came close to passing last week when it was approved by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. The legislation, which its supporters have described as a “game-changing” for America’s fish and wildlife, can now be voted on by both the House and Senate. The accompanying version of … Read more

WESTFORD WILDLIFE WATCH: A LOOK BACK

Are we still wishing everyone a Happy New Year when Omicron rages on? Yes, I think we do, because 2022 should be better than 2021. Despite the fact that 2021 was the second year of the Covid virus, and it was all about vaccination and wearing masks, our walks in nature and beauty at our … Read more

The DNR Wildlife Department is home to more than two conservation officers | News, sports, jobs

DNR image From left, Ashley Lotto, a research associate at the State University of New York’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, National Park Service veterinarian Michelle Verant and Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife technician Brad Johnson collect and record data on a captured gray wolf September 8, 2019 in the upper peninsula. Written … Read more

Possessing small wildlife is not a good idea | News

Spring in Oklahoma is the time when people usually encounter newborn and young wild animals. Rabbits, squirrels, deer, and newborn birds easily attract most people’s senses of care and compassion. But the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation reminds all Oklahoma residents that the best thing to do if you come across a small wildlife is … Read more

Billions of dollars have targeted wildlife conservation under bipartisan pressure in Congress

Bipartisan senators on Wednesday called on Congress to approve billions of dollars in new funding for states to run wildlife restoration work. At a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing, Senator Martin Heinrich, DN.M. and Roy Blunt, Republic of Missouri. law Project This year they came to help protect 1,600 threatened species, ease the … Read more

Utah receives $28.3 million in standard federal grants to protect fish and wildlife

An undated photo of a hunter using binoculars to locate wildlife range in Utah. Utah is set to receive more than $28 million in new federal money for wildlife and fishing programs. (Utah Department of Wildlife Resources) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Salt Lake City, Utah is about to receive a large sum of new … Read more

Exclusive wildlife smugglers crawling again as pandemic restrictions ease – UN report

Pangolin walks during a press conference after Thai customs confiscated a live pangolin, in Bangkok, Thailand, August 31, 2017. REUTERS/Prapan Chankaew/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SINGAPORE (Reuters) – After a sharp drop in wildlife smuggling during the pandemic, authorities in Southeast Asia must move quickly to prevent smugglers … Read more

Alana Stevenson: Do you care about wildlife? Look at your wallets

This comment was written by Alana Stevenson, an animal behaviorist who lives in Charlotte. Many Vermonters don’t know how to manage Vermont’s wildlife. We tend to think of Vermont as picturesque, green, and progressive. In fact, when it comes to wildlife, animals, and the environment, Vermont lags far behind many other states. In fact, there … Read more