3 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Government-sponsored efforts to return the burly animals also known as buffalo to parts of their historic range after they were wiped out decades ago had been on hold since last year.
7 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
Smaller than a gull but larger than a robin, the shorebirds have one of the longest-distance migrations known in the animal kingdom.
11 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Hunters and trappers would be allowed to kill dozens more wolves during Wisconsin's second wolf hunt this fall, under new quotas released Tuesday by state wildlife officials.
A Department of Natural Resources biologist says Iowa's pheasant population likely will decline this year because of the cool and wet spring.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decides later this year whether to list the red knot as a threatened or endangered species.
It will called A Gathering Place for Tulsa and its planned along Riverside Drive from 26th street on the north to 33rd place on the south.
Residents living around wildlife sanctuaries are benefiting from various sectors, according to the Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority.
Students learn about saving Barnegat Bay: The Joseph T. Donahue Elementary School host Barnegat Bay Festival on Monday.
The Arkansas Attorney General and the federal government are suing ExxonMobil, alleging improper waste storage and water contamination stemming from a March pipeline spill that sent thousands of barrels of heavy tar sands crude flooding into the small town of Mayflower.
British police said Monday they are investigating newspaper photos that show Nigella Lawson's husband Charles Saatchi with his hands around the celebrity chef's throat.
A larger than normal population of collared lizards is concerning for wildlife officials.
Rhos, Chirk, Gwersyllt Brynteg will all take part in the project which aims to help conserve the declining numbers of bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects by transforming the grounds into wildlife friendly zones.
First, it must be stressed, Bindi, the 14-year-old daughter of wildlife warrior Steve Irwin, who died in 2006, is very much alive and well.
By The Canadian Press - Red Deer Advocate Published: June 16, 2013 6:13 PM Updated: June 16, 2013 6:13 PM The fatal infectious disease is so well established in Saskatchewan and Alberta that the federal government and some provinces are rethinking how to deal with what is commonly known as CWD.
A federal magistrate sentenced seven men to prison time for poaching bears and deer and other illegal hunting activities in national forests in North Carolina and Georgia.
In this Jan. 10, 2012, file photo park rangers fold a flag over the casket bearing the remains of Mount Rainier National Park Ranger Margaret Anderson during a memorial service in Tacoma, Wash.