WASHINGTON (June 27, 2024) – Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the largest liquefied natural gas export terminal in the United States, Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass 2 (CP2) facility, to be built in southwest Louisiana. The footprint of the proposed facility would destroy habitat that supports the Eastern Black Rail, a bird subspecies
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Both bear and human populations are growing in one of Colorado’s busiest resort regions, leading to increased conflicts in recent years, according to a draft report from the state wildlife agency. Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s draft Black Bear Management Plan for the region that includes Summit and Grand counties documented an average of 79 human-caused
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To address the unprecedented decline of migratory birds across the Americas, conservation practitioners must decide where to focus their efforts to provide the greatest benefits.  Colombia boasts the highest bird diversity on Earth, and habitats across the country are home to hundreds of migratory species.  To provide conservationists with information to make these decisions, the
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WISCONSIN (June 27, 2024) — The National Audubon Society is excited to announce the launch of its Conservation Ranching program in Wisconsin, a growing and innovative habitat effort aimed at stabilizing declining grassland bird populations through partnerships with local farmers and ranchers. The program operates through a bird-friendly land certification, which recognizes producers who manage
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A cat moved between neighbors’ gardens. His whole world brightened when he was held lovingly in a safe home. YuriTheStrayCatClub A long-haired brown tabby found himself without a home after his family faced unfortunate circumstances. Left to fend for himself, he began wandering into neighbors’ gardens, searching for food and a place to call home.
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More than six months after the death of an elderly woman, California officials are finally shedding some light on what they say is the first confirmed fatal black bear attack in state history. The November attack took place in Downieville and involved 71-year-old Patrice Miller, who was mauled to death in her own home, according
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WASHINGTON (June 26, 224) – Earlier this week, a new agreement between the Government of Canada, the Provincial Government of British Columbia, and 17 First Nations created the Great Bear Sea Project Finance for Permanence (PFP) initiative. The Great Bear Sea agreement brings C$335 million in new investments from governments and the philanthropic sector, which
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Alexis Lours, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Mathematics is often called a universal language, understood by all intelligences in our universe—and perhaps beyond. We know crows are incredibly smart birds. The term “crow” actually refers to all 35 species in the Corvus family. Their intelligence continues to amaze us with new discoveries. Recently, carrion
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An elderly zookeeper and a motley menagerie of “chatty” zoo creatures and courageous kids must outfox a greedy mayor eager to turn the zoo into an amusement park in the fast-paced new adventure, The Lincoln Zoo Rebellion. Written with tweens and teens in mind, The Lincoln Zoo Rebellion blends sophisticated humor and fascinating facts to weave an entertaining
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EAT as a form of therapy for patients with PTSD has been considered to have good possibilities given that one treated patient must attend the horses. This form of therapy involves using courses to fight PTSD because of the characteristics they possess to manage the condition’s emotional and psychological aspects. The Basics Equine-assisted therapy is
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Cats are known for their pride and independence, embodying resilience and self-control. Their affection is shown through actions like rubbing against you and exposing their bellies. Conversely, their displeasure is evident through hissing, swatting, and even biting. One day, a stray cat appeared at a man’s doorstep, meowing persistently. Unsure of what to do, the
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