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  1. US government approves Dallas club's rhino importation permitRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The China Post

    The U.S. government will allow a Texas man to import the trophy of an endangered black rhinoceros if he kills one in Africa as part of a conservation fundraiser. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday that importing a carcass from Namibia meets criteria under the Endangered Species Act of benefiting conservation.


  2. Uganda Trumpets 'Vuvuzelas' as New Tool to Deter Elephant AttacksRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Big News Network.com

    In Ugandan villages near national parks, shifting elephant migration routes have become a real danger. So the Uganda Wildlife Authority has been holding seminars in rural communities and giving people new - and non-lethal - methods to deter the elephants: vuvuzelas.


  3. Mines Management Receives Final EIS for Montanore ProjectRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Resource Investing News

    The Kootenai National Forest has released its final environmental impact statement and draft record of decision for Mines Management Inc.'s Montanore silver-copper project, located in Northwestern Montana. The KNF and Montana Department of Environmental Quality issued a joint Draft EIS for the Montanore Project in February 2009 and Supplemental Draft EIS in September 2011 for public comment.


  4. 5 things every CNY trout angler should know before the fishing season startsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Post-Standard

    As a light rain fell late Thursday morning, Jake DeCapio looked out the window of the Wayfarer Company, a spin and fly fishing outfitters shop he owns along Nine Mile Creek. "Looks like we might have a decent opener," he said, speaking of the opening day of the statewide trout fishing season Wednesday.


  5. Seniors learn they can push exercise limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Herald

    Miriam Schottland, 79, can bench press 90 pounds, putting women half her age, including the one writing this story, to shame. It wasn't always this way.


  6. Kivalliq hunters to get an additional bowhead this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nunatsiaq News

    Peter Paneak enjoys a piece of muktuk off the bowhead whale harvesters in Clyde River caught last August. Hunters in the Kivalliq region will be able to take home an extra bowhead whale this season, now that the federal government has approved an increase to the total allowable harvest for the region.


  7. Experts and knowledgeable amateurs needed for a nature 'Bio...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal

    This year's Bio-Blitz, scheduled for June 12 and 13, will take place within more than 2,000 acres of forests, fields, wetlands, streams, and lakes in the Watchung Reservation. This exotic looking caterpillar makes its home in Union County.


  8. Feds to announce sage-grouse deal with Oregon ranchersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | HeraldNet

    The Obama administration has reached an agreement with Oregon ranchers to protect sage grouse that the ranchers hope will help avoid having the bird listed by the federal government as an endangered species. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Gov. Kate Brown are expected to be in Bend, Oregon, on Friday afternoon to announce the agreements covering 5,500 square miles of private land in central and southeastern Oregon.


  9. Museum celebrates the fishing lifeRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The News

    This is museum week in Nova Scotia and it is a great time to celebrate the great museums we have in our province. Sportfishing has a long and colourful history in Nova Scotia and no where is that history more evident than in the Atlantic Salmon Museum in Margaree.


  10. Kansas to allow concealed guns without permitRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KMIZ

    The debate over gun control continues to be a hot topic in America. Take a look at which states have the strictest and weakest gun laws, according to ratings from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.


  11. Flooding Disrupts Hunting During Spring Turkey Season At Gores LandingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WRUF-AM Gainesville

    Gores Landing Wildlife Management area is a popular place for turkey hunters to visit during the turkey season in March. Photo courtesy of Greg Workman.


  12. Water WarriorRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Coast Magazine

    Jon Rose demonstrates how to properly use water filters brought to developing world countries by his volunteer-based program, Clean Water Couriers. In September of 2009, Laguna Beach native and then-pro surfer Jon Rose was on a boat trip, hunting waves in Indonesia's Mentawai Islands.


  13. Bernard A. Drew: Four short hikes, while the cat sleptRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Berkshire Eagle

    GREAT BARRINGTON >> December day, fresh snow, reasonable temperature. Rest of the family was away.


  14. Roads Closed on Grassy Lake WMARead the original story

    1 hr ago | KLAX

    March 27, 2015 - The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is advising Grassy Lake Wildlife Management Area users that Cache-Cache Road and the Fool's Bay Crossing within the WMA are currently closed to all traffic. Increasing water levels in the river system has caused backwater flooding on these thoroughfares.


  15. Indie horror movie 'It Follows' gets wide theater releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Evening Sun

    Two weeks after opening in just four theaters, the indie horror movie "It Follows" is getting a wide release this weekend. "The movie starts out with my character, Jay, and her boyfriend having this sexual encounter.


  16. Yoga teacher sets up fashionable sports clothing businessRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Guardian-series.co.uk

    A yoga teacher inspired by her difficulty in finding suitably fashionable sports clothing has started her own business in the industry. Natalie Dale, 29, of Malvern Drive, Woodford Green, decided to set up her Style PB sports clothing company after she struggled to find clothing when she trained for the London Marathon in 2013.


  17. Rip Currents and Sneaker Waves Expected Says Los Angeles County Fire Department Lifeguard DivisionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Patch.com

    There will an increased risk of Rip Currents and Sneaker Waves. When you get down to the beach this weekend be sure to; a #Swim, Body Board, and #Surf near an open #lifeguard tower.


  18. Sipahijala loses all its clouded leopardsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Agartala, March 27: In a big blow to the attraction of Sipahijala wildlife sanctuary, 30km south of Agartala, all four clouded leopards have died of a mysterious disease. The four clouded leopards had been brought to Sipahijala from Patna and Dehradun zoos a few years ago and drew visitors to the 18.61 square km sanctuary along the national highway extension between Agartala and Sabroom.


  19. God's work visible at half marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    Lord, You showed us there are many ways to pray. Not only in a church building, but in community with others, focused not on just personal goals and development but on the common good, on reaching out, giving back, showing gratitude.


  20. Guns on Campus a No-No, Say FloridiansRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Sunshine State News

    Allowing guns on college campuses and in K-12 schools is firing up Floridians, but more than half of them say they oppose measures that would make carrying concealed weapons on school campuses legal, according to a new poll . Two proposals currently making their way through the Florida Legislature would make it legal to carry guns on school grounds.