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Embargoed to 0001 Friday March 7 Undated handout photo issued by the National Trust of Brownsea Island shore damage as the winter storms that battered the country caused the greatest loss of trees in a generation in some areas, the National Trust has said The winter storms that battered the country caused the greatest loss of trees in a generation ... (more)
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5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
We've all seen the wild photo of a snake eating a crocodile whole by now, but this otter is something else.
9 hrs ago | WMSI, MISS 103, Jackson, Mississippi
George Strait is being recognized for his love of the great outdoors. The country star has been tapped to receive the Park Cities Quail T. Boone Pickens Lifetime Sportsman Award.
11 hrs ago | KLFY-TV Lafayette
Florida has joined a multi state lawsuit stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, seeking to hold British oil company BP accountable for damage to the state's natural resources.
12 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
Indonesia's highest Islamic body has issued a religious edict declaring that the hunting and trading of endangered species are immoral, an official said Thursday.
13 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
In this photo from Sept. 19, 2011, a pool of receding water left behind by the Missouri River flooding, reveals land erosion to a corn field near Takamah, Neb.
A badger looks for food at the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. The animals are considered a risk to cattle because they may transmit bovine tuberculosis.
Activities for visitors to the Florida Keys range from snorkeling, boating and fishing to bar-hopping in Key West at sunset.
The release of an endangered panther, which was rehabilitated after being struck by a car, has been postponed for at least a day .
Idaho wildlife officials say it cost $30,000 to kill 23 wolves last month in northern Idaho.
Five days after being rescued by Lake Tahoe's Wildlife Care center, a great horned owl is still unable to fly and unable to use its legs.
This May 21, 2013 photo provided by the National Park Service shows wildlife biologist Terry Hines standing next to a massive scar on an old growth redwood tree in the Redwood National and State Parks near Klamath, Calif., where poachers have cut off a burl to sell for decorative wood.
A Carroll Valley man on death row is appealing his sentence to the state supreme court, according to court documents filed by the Adams County Public Defender's office.
The Annual Wildflower Workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 28 at the Welder Wildlife Foundation near Sinton.
Federal wildlife officials are setting aside nearly 1,200 square miles in the American Southwest as critical habitat for the jaguar.
The National Geographic Live series comes to the stage at Buffalo's Kleinhans Music Hall Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Great Lakes advocates are meeting in Washington, D.C., this week to lobby for funding of environmental projects and to discuss strategies for dealing with challenges such as invasive species.