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Howdy partner welcome to my story behind this conspiracy theories that become true and true before us even as we speak about this they have their agendas and we are being overrun By out of town visitors are increasingly curious about what happenstance on in nature’s trails and parks im in need for a sponsors of my journeys […]

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Wolf-Killing Campaigns in Idaho and Montana May Have Just Backfired – Mother Jones

This story was originally published by Huffpost and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. “Anti-wolf policies in Idaho and Montana could wipe out wolves and erase decades of wolf recovery.” New laws liberalizing the hunting and trapping of gray wolves in the Northern Rockies might warrant putting the animals back under […]

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Some white-tailed deer test positive for COVID-19 antibodies

(WAOW) — Studies by the United States Department of Agriculture show some white-tailed deer have been exposed to COVID-19. White-tailed deer in Illinois, Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, according to the USDA. There were 481 samples collected from deer from Jan. 2020 through 2021. Of those, 33 percent had COVID-19 […]

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World’s Longest Wildlife Bridge Could Cross the Mississippi, So ‘Buffalo Can Roam’

For thousands of cross-country tourists, the Mississippi River is one which is for crossing, not seeing. But what if the crossing bridge was a beautiful pedestrian walkway filled with American bison? The aptly named Bison Bridge is a proposition to reconnect America’s most iconic animal with its historic habitat in the most creative of ways—by […]

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Can dogs eat cicadas? Brood X cicadas make a meal for these pups, birds, and squirrels. – Vox

They’re filling up while the filling’s good… This story is part of Down to Earth, a Vox reporting initiative on the science, politics, and economics of the biodiversity crisis… For some of us, the thought of biting into a cicada, six legs and all, is revolting — be it deep-fried or dipped in chocolate. But […]

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Bald Eagles Are Back. And They Want to Eat Your Pets. – WSJ

America’s majestic emblem conjures feelings of awe.They also attack small dogs and scavenge a landfill. The bald eagle population has made a remarkable comeback. But the majestic symbol of American pride is turning out to be a nuisance, especially in Canada… Read more about this article Sign in Read more… https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/bald-eagle-population-endangered-pets-vancouver-11621012685

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Many animals play dead—and not just to avoid getting eaten

Snakes, invertebrates, birds, and more have evolved several reasons for feigning death… Of all the ways animals have evolved to evade predators, feigning death might be one of the most creative—and risky. Scientifically known as thanatosis, or tonic immobility, playing dead occurs across the animal kingdom, from birds to mammals to fish. Perhaps the most […]

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Don’t touch ‘orphaned’ or ‘abandoned’ wildlife, Texas Parks & Wildlife warns

Your helping hand may actually be hurting the animals’ chances of survival SAN ANTONIO – Officials with Texas Parks and Wildlife are warning people to leave wild animals alone this spring. Texans might notice more wildlife in their backyards, neighborhoods and surrounding areas but TPWD experts are warning potential do-gooders against lending a helping hand. […]

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Climate crisis pushing polar bears to mate with grizzlies, producing hybrid ‘pizzly’ bears | The Independent

Scientists say warming Arctic is expanding range of grizzlies, bringing species into greater contact… Back in 2006, a strange polar bear was seen in the Northwest Territories of the Canadian Arctic. It had patches of brown on its otherwise white fur and an unusual face shape. Hunters shot the bear dead and DNA tests confirmed […]

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