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  1. Zip lining in the Wisconsin winterRead the original story w/Photo

    2 min ago | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Deer hunting season starts this weekend in Wisconsin. But for those who don't hunt, there's something else to do in the great outdoors.


  2. Wolf travels hundreds of miles to northern ArizonaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | NewsOK.com

    A female gray wolf from the Northern Rockies traveled hundreds of miles into northern Arizona, marking the species' first appearance in the region in more than 70 years and the farthest journey south, wildlife officials confirmed Friday. A wolf-like animal had been spotted roaming the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the adjacent national forest since last month.


  3. Zip lining in the Wisconsin winterRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | KFVS12

    Deer hunting season starts this weekend in Wisconsin. But for those who don't hunt, there's something else to do in the great outdoors.


  4. Mercado admits owning resort in PalawanRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | ABS-CBN News

    Former Makati vice mayor Ernesto Mercado is in the United States with the knowledge of the Senate and the Department of Justice , ostensibly to settle family matters. In a radio interview from the US yesterday, Mercado admitted that his family owns the Coron Underwater Garden Resort in Palawan.


  5. A Winter Escape to PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Motorhome

    The "Chihuly in the Garden" exhibit at the Desert Botanical Garden featured 21 colorful large-scale glass installations including "Sapphire Star," which is made from hundreds of long blue-and-clear icicle-shaped pieces. While the rest of North America was enduring the brutal 2014 winter, my husband, Jim, and I spent two glorious weeks in Phoenix, Arizona, where weathermen were reporting record-breaking temperatures in the mid-80s.


  6. Feral cats - introduced killing machines eating their way through Australia's wildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Australia is home to more than 300 species of land dwelling mammals. 85% are found nowhere else in the world.


  7. Pipes freeze early this winterRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Channel3000

    The quick cool-down this November is already wreaking havoc on homes whose owners weren't expecting winter so soon. Plumbers say they're already receiving calls for frozen and burst pipes.


  8. Roan compromise serves as triumph for Colorado conservationRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | Denver Post

    As Scott Woodall, front, chief executive officer of Bill Barrett Corporation responds to questions in the foreground, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper looks on during news conference in the State Capitol in Denver on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. Federal and state officials reached an agreement that they hope will help protect the Roan Plateau in north-central Colorado while also encouraging natural gas development.


  9. Thousands of Fish Die at Washoe LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | KTVN Reno

    Three years of drought is taking its toll on Washoe Lake. The water is a few hundred yards away from the boat dock, where the water used to reach.


  10. Endangered marsh birds get new home at lagoonRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The light-footed Ridgeway's Rails - formerly known as clapper rails - joined a population of 40 breeding pairs and six females of the marsh birds when they were released Tuesday, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The release will help ensure genetic diversity of the birds; the new additions could begin breeding and produce chicks next spring, said department spokeswoman Janice Mackey.


  11. tromping about the MimbresRead the original story

    37 min ago | Desert Exposure

    Robin Thomas and her family have lived in the Mimbres Valley for over 17 years. Drawn here from Madison, Wisc., by her grandparents, she fits right in to the outdoor lifestyle - enjoying fishing, four-wheeling, camping, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing and horseback riding.


  12. Mule deer season arrives in Lubbock County, hunters readyRead the original story

    37 min ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    The longtime hunting enthusiast has traditionally made lengthy trips to Idaho in the 13 years he's been shooting. Now he's planning to stay closer to home.


  13. Wildlife land fracking could yield $6M, royaltiesRead the original story

    38 min ago | Marietta Times

    State officials say Antero Resources bid more than $12,000 an acre for Conaway Run Wildlife Management Area fracking rights. The offer includes a 20-percent royalty on what's extracted.


  14. Report: Grouse needs 3-mile buffer from drillingRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | Nevada Appeal

    A government report with significant implications for the U.S. energy industry says a struggling bird species needs a 3-mile buffer between its breeding grounds and oil and gas drilling, wind farms and solar projects. The study comes as the Obama administration weighs new protections for the greater sage grouse.


  15. Ducks respond to freeze; new birds move into flyway from the frozen northRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | The Oregonian

    Don Hickman of Sauvie Island broke the ice before a successful afternoon duck hunt during last week's freeze. Ducks have moved south into the flyway from Canada after frigid weather in the north that mostly skirted the Northwest.


  16. Outfitter in illegal cat-hunting case headed to prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | KSL-TV

    A former hunting outfitter will spend time in prison for illegally catching and maiming Utah mountain lions and bobcats for his paying clients to shoot. A judge sentenced 56-year-old Christopher W. Loncarich of Mack, Colorado, to 27 months in prison and 3 years of probation for conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act that prohibits transportation and sale of unlawfully taken wildlife.


  17. 911 dispatchers go up in the mountains for a lesson on backcounty rescuesRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    The Salt Lake Tribune) Snowbird Ski Patrolman lights smoke bomb to help an rescue helicopter negotiate a landing at the top of the tram at Snowbird Friday November 21. Unified Police Department presented a multi-agency training to better prepare emergency dispatchers with the winter season and the calls they receive concerning avalanches. They also saw a live demonstration with Life Flight and AirMed helicopters loading avalanche rescue dogs from UDOT and Snowbird Ski Patrol on and off helicopters.


  18. Deer season begins MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | Point Pleasant Register

    Deer gun season begins in Mason County on Monday and runs through Dec. 6. It's estimated 330,000 deer hunters will venture into the West Virginia woods this season alone. Despite the fact that voters recently approved allowing hunting on private lands in Mason County, and that Sunday hunting officially began last Sunday, this Sunday it is prohibited.


  19. Mumbai Diary: Saturday SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Sprout out at the Nature Park In addition to the farmers' market that is held on Sundays at the Maharashtra Nature Park Society in the city, this weekend also sees the venue hosting the Earth mela, organised by the SPROUTS Environment Trust . Opening today with a Nature Trail at the MNPS and a Bicycle Rally & Mini Marathon tomorrow, the main event will be from 10am to 6pm on both days.


  20. Ecological monitoring station proposed at YellowstoneRead the original story

    56 min ago | Reuters

    Yellowstone National Park could become a site for collecting massive amounts of data on climate and land-use changes and the effects of invasive species on the Northern Rocky Mountains under a proposal submitted for public comment on Friday. The plan for a so-called ecological monitoring station is part of a broader effort funded by the National Science Foundation that would see high-tech sensors installed at dozens of sites across the United States to collect data that would then be posted on the Internet and available to scientists and the public, Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash said.