Tag Archives: Conservation

Scientists say North American conservation model is flawed

[large thumbnail url=”scientists-say-north-american-conservation-model-is-flawed” filename=”science” year=”2011″ month=”06″ day=”20″] [thumbnail icon url=”scientists-say-north-american-conservation-model-is-flawed” filename=”science” year=”2011″ month=”06″ day=”20″] Newswise — Often touted as the greatest environmental achievement of the 20th century, the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is anything but, say wildlife ecologists and environmental ethicists from Michigan Technological University and Michigan State University.

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Endangered Mexican gray wolves get a boost on road to recovery

[large thumbnail url=”endangered-mexican-gray-wolves-get-a-boost-on-road-to-recovery” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”20″] [thumbnail icon url=”endangered-mexican-gray-wolves-get-a-boost-on-road-to-recovery” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”20″] The Mexican gray wolves – which the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is fortunate enough to have two of – got positive news after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service took over control of the highly endangered species.

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Washington’s management plan draws another big crowd

[thumbnail icon url=”Washingtons-management-plan-draws-another-big-crowd” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”06″] Diane Urbani de la Paz, staff writer for the Peninsula Daily News, reports on the Sequim, Wa. meeting, which drew people of all sides from hikers to farmers, and scientists to singers.

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Study: Wolves and Moose improve biodiversity

[thumbnail icon url=”study-wolves-moose-improve-biodiversity” filename=”science” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”03″] A new study from the long running Isle Royale National Park research team shows a surprising, but intriguing connection between the predator-prey relationship on the island, and the surrounding ecosystem.

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