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1 hr ago | KHOU-TV Houston
The National Marine Fisheries Service forecasts a 53.2 million-pound catch for the Texas and western Louisiana portion of the Gulf of Mexico for this season, about 2.8 million short of the historical 1960-2012 average.
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5 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Turtle populations in southern Ontario are under threat by poachers, who sell the critters on the black market as aquarium novelties or for the dinner plate.
9 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
The western New York tribe is believed to be the first to formalize a practice that tribes throughout the country are embracing as a way to preserve Native American culture and the environment.
14 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle
Springwatch presenter Chris Packham says letting youngsters get up close with wildlife should be an essential part of growing up Wildlife presenter Chris Packham has spoken out against parents who stop their children interacting with nature, adding: "They have got to be stung, slimed, slithered on and scratched."
A body found in the Colorado River has been identified as a Phoenix man reported missing last month on a commercial rafting trip in Grand Canyon National Park.
A team of special divers scoured a cave with poor visibility today in sarch for a young man thought to have drowned off Rancho Palos Verdes while cliff jumping with friends, authorities said.
A 63-year-old grandmother is about to embark on the journey of a lifetime - a solo kayak trip from Maine to Guatemala.
Fresno County sheriff's rescue crews are searching for a man who failed to return from a planned hike in Kings Canyon National Park.
Poachers have killed and sawed the tusks off a 50-year-old elephant that performed in Thai royal processions and was featured in Oliver Stone's 2004 movie "Alexander," the manager of the conservation center where the animal was kept said Friday.
The Vilas County sheriff's office says the accident was reported around 2:20 p.m. Thursday on Little Star Lake in the Town of Manitowish Waters.
Kansas will develop a program for breeding lesser prairie chickens in hopes of getting the federal government to back off its listing of the bird as a threatened species, Gov. Sam Brownback announced Thursday.
We are, quite possibly, a nation increasingly afraid of the park a?? or, more precisely, the creatures that live there.
That's what beach-goers may be asking after a huge swarm of the oily fish descended on the shallow waters of La Jolla Shores, California, this week.
According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 25-year-old Zachary Thomas Collins of New Lexington, Ohio, died in the Wednesday evening crash.
The Duke of Cambridge makes safety checks with BSAC chairman Eugene Farrell before scuba diving with British Sub-Aqua Club members at a swimming pool in London The Duke of Cambridge showed off his "buff credentials" when he donned a wetsuit and went scuba diving to mark becoming president of the activity's governing body.
The Midland Reporter-Telegram reports the city is awaiting clearance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for a Federal Aviation Administration spaceport license.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:28 pm
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