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Groups find liberation devise for Mexican gray wolves

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmentalists are suing a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, perfectionist that a liberation devise be grown for involved Mexican gray wolves and that a justice guard compliance. Defenders of Wildlife, a Center for Biological Diversity, a ...

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Is there a wolf in Grand Canyon National Park?

A careless gray wolf has been speckled several times this month around a North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, according to conservationists. The wolf, that is wearing an passed radio collar, could be a initial of a class to ...

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Wood Stork Removed from Endangered Species List

ATLANTA (Reuters) – The timber stork, a vast American wading bird, is no longer an involved class after a successful three-decade charge bid that has seen a race widespread by a Southeast, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pronounced on ...

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Oregon’s Legendary Wandering Wolf May Have Met A Mate

Oregon’s Legendary Wandering Wolf May Have Met A Mate

Oregon Public Broadcasting brings us an epic tale: OR-7, a long-wandering wolf who ventured from northeast Oregon all a approach to California in hunt of new domain and a possibility for a mate, might have finally found one. Biologists with ...

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